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Regulators order Georgia Power to double its solar

Georgia Power has been required to solicit 2.21 GW of solar and 80 MW of energy storage to come online over the next five years. This is the largest single acquisition of solar in Georgia’s history and will double the state’s installed capacity.

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20 MW coming to Rhode Island, Georgia residents demand abolishment of solar fee: pvMB 7/16/19

Hello and welcome to today’s pvMB. In this edition, we see We Energies trading a fee for utility scale solar, we’ll be looking at Sun Pacific’s solar powered bus shelters in Rhode Island, CPS’ “BundleFlex” plan, Cubico’s 100 MW purchase and more!

A dream of distributed generation powering New Jersey

Gridworks, GridLab and the Center for Renewables Integration have authored a paper which outlines the benefits of and necessary steps to most effectively power the state’s 100% clean energy target with distributed energy resources.

Toyota’s super-high efficiency solar car, Numbers for New York’s energy transition: pvMB 07/09/19

Happy Tuesday and welcome to this edition of the pvMB. On this fine, fine, Tuesday we’ll be looking at five states choosing solar, wind and storage over gas, the Glendale power plant replacement plan, POWERHOME Soalr’s CEO winning an award, and more!

Green jobs, solar and industrial policy at the first Democratic debate

Despite the dismissive treatment of the issue by moderators, Democratic candidates for president had a lot to say about the specifics of decarbonization policies at the first debate.

Akasol to build new battery factory near Detroit

The German battery maker will produce batteries for electric trucks and buses at the new facility, which is expected to employ 200 workers and produce 400 megawatt-hours of batteries annually.

The first serious solar car is here: Lightyear One

Auto startup Lightyear has released a prototype for its first solar-powered, long-range EV. Is the car really the environmental dream it’s pitched to be?

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Omnidian finishes series A, Turtle tackles storage: pvMB 6/26/19

Hello one and all and welcome to your Wednesday pvMB. Today we’ll be taking a look at ENGIE’s 2 MW battery at the San Diego Airport, Standard solar’s acquisition of a project in Vermont, the solar education efforts of an Ohio paper and more!

New York reaches deal on 70% by 2030 bill, Utilities want EVs, talking money in NYC: pvMB, 6/18/19

Spring showers as Bloomberg shows some love to LONGi, Ameresco builds a nice hospital carport, NREL trains executives, and more!

State Department issues strategy on diversifying clean energy, storage supply chains

The Trump Administration is acknowledging the global demand for clean energy and energy storage with the State Department’s new strategy.

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