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Tesla CEO Elon Musk: ‘We continue to believe that the energy business will ultimately be as large as our vehicle business’

Tesla’s solar and battery businesses show signs of life in another profitable quarter for the EV maker.

Tesla Solar Roof installation time lapse: 40 squares in 4 days by Weddle and Sons Roofing

A solar installer in Kansas does a great job of documenting and displaying the installation process of an attractive integrated Tesla solar roof.

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Blackstone enters the electric bus and van race, plus the return of seed-stage solar investing

A weekly round up of investments and exits in solar and energy transition technologies.

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Morning Brief: Solar power will be ‘the new king’ by 2030, fuel cell SPAC, advanced reactors get $160M

Even the profitless fuel cell industry can launch a SPAC, cheered on by the current mania for hydrogen technology. Lots more in today’s brief.

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Morning Brief: 1366 CEO says tandem cells are ‘most important innovation in solar since solar was first conceived’

Also in the brief: Even after a report stated the company is a fraud, a reported SEC investigation and the resignation of its founder, some traders continue to buy Nikola shares. Plus the Utah solar residential solar struggle continues — there’s a public comments session today.

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Morning Brief: Solar going to the dogs, How clean energy can prepare for the next attack

Also in the brief: L3Harris Technologies and Lightsource bp are bringing a 135-MWac solar farm to Ellis County, Texas, California Governor Gavin Newsome considering the Salton Sea for lithium exploration.

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Investors bet $27.5 million that Nanotech Energy’s graphene battery breakthrough is the real thing

The startup claims to be “the world’s top supplier of graphene” and plans to release a non-flammable, environmentally friendly lithium battery that can charge “18 times faster than anything that is currently available on the market” — within the next year.

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General Motors to achieve 60% renewable energy thanks to massive Arkansas solar deal

The automaker announced that it has come to terms on a power purchase agreement for a 180-MW solar project set to be constructed in Arkansas. The installation will use modules from First Solar.

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Morning Brief: Revenue streams of CAISO batteries, Entergy still on the gas, New Hampshire NEM

Also in the brief: EPA raises legal questions about California’s plan to ban new gas-powered cars starting in 2035

Morning Brief: Wyoming coal, Texas sun, Dems’ clean energy package, EV batteries made from deep-sea rocks

Even four years of the most pro-coal president in recent memory has done little to change coal’s misfortunes.

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