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Solar powered electric truck stop opens in California

WattEV’s 5.7 MW solar-powered truck stop, with demand charge management driven by solar-;plus-storage, has begun operations in Bakersfield, California.

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Sunrise brief: Opposition stymies solar – sometimes

Also on the rise: Solar and wind powered boat’s final voyage across the sea. Active Surfaces raises $5.6 million to develop ‘solar 2.0’. And more.

Renew Home launches with virtual power plant solution

Through the partnership of Google Nest Renew and OhmConnect, Renew Home, has a goal of expanding from 3 GW of electrical energy use to 50 GW by 2030.

Solar and wind powered boat’s final voyage across the sea

The Energy Observer has one more stop in Saint-Pierre et Miquelon, a French territory just south of Newfoundland, before powering across the North Atlantic to retire.

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Sunrise brief: Solar-friendly Maryland passes the Brighter Tomorrow Act 

Also on the rise: Quino Energy ramps up production of its organic flow battery formulation. Sinovoltaics publishes energy storage manufacturer financial stability ranking. And more.

Shift to renewables to combat climate change and air pollution

The need to move away from fossil fuels is clear, but the path forward involves addressing both technological and economic challenges.

Solar-friendly Maryland passes the Brighter Tomorrow Act

Hailed as landmark legislation, SB 783 empowers municipalities to speed permitting, raises net metering cap, supports a payment in lieu of taxes program and more.

Sinovoltaics publishes energy storage manufacturer financial stability ranking

The report lists Tesla as number one, followed by South Korean’s LG Energy Solution, Taiwan-based Kung Long Battery, China’s Mustang Battery, along with U.S.-based Solid Power in the top five.

Sunrise brief: California did what?

Also on the rise: Longi announces 27.30% efficiency for heterojunction back contact solar cell. Heliene inks supply agreement with UGE for U.S.-made solar modules. And more.

Energy transition needs batteries… and more batteries

A recent IEA report says China holds all the cards in chemistry and production.

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