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Five major solar panel suppliers found in violation of antidumping laws

Units of BYD, Longi, Canadian Solar, Trina Solar and New East Solar were found in violation of trade laws and now face heavy tariffs. Three major suppliers were found to not be in violation.

Sunrise brief: One of the largest U.S. solar projects secures $779 million financing 

Also on the rise: Clearway to procure 2 GW of solar trackers from Nextracker, Boston mayor bans fossil fuel use in municipal buildings and a developer challenges Massachusetts town on solar zoning restrictions. 

Developer challenges Massachusetts town on solar zoning restrictions

PureSky Energy, formerly Amp Energy, contends that Shutesbury, Massachusetts is violating state law with its solar zoning regulations. The town is actively seeking to dismiss the lawsuit.


GAF Timberline solar shingles recalled for fire hazard

The solar roof provider has recalled the product following property damage from thermal incidents.


Arizona sues Vision Solar and lead generator Solar Xchange

Arizona’s attorney general is suing Vision Solar and Solar Xchange for alleged utility impersonation, Do Not Call breaches, incentive misrepresentation, and misleading finance processes that had customers paying for solar loans before their bills were reduced.

Patent violation by standardization? Judge tosses Tigo lawsuit

A court ruled that the SunSpec Alliance, a trade organization setting industry standards, cannot be held liable for any patent infringement activities conducted by its members under their established standards, particularly those concerning patents previously ruled as controlled by Tigo Energy.

Insurer to cover up to $20 million in damage limits for solar projects

Retail clients can access quote and bind to insure U.S. C&I solar projects with limits on replacement cost of $2 million to $20 million per project site location, according to NARDAC Insurance Services.

Utility ordered to repay customers for illegal community solar metering

Pepco was found to undercount solar generation and failed to credit its customers in a timely fashion.


How California employers can reimburse EV drivers for charging at home

Failure to reimburse employees for charging EV fleet vehicles at home can have serious consequences. Employers can reduce that risk by offering employees an IRS-compliant program that accurately reimburses employees.

People on the move: DC Green Bank, Nova Clean Energy, Hydrostor and more

Job moves in solar, storage, cleantech, utilities and energy transition finance.

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