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Big solar coming (back) to Montana, banks feeling the heat over alleged DC Solar ponzi scheme: pvMB 4/18/19

Welcome to pv magazine USA’s morning brief. Today we bring you SunGrow’s new energy storage system, potential changes to the prime farmland rule in North Dakota, and PosiGen raising $20 million to deploy low- and middle-income solar.

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#Solar100’s Dan Siegel: The Marie Kondo of Solar Tax Equity

In this #Solar100 Interview, Jason Kaminsky, COO of kWh Analytics, speaks with Dan Siegel, vice president of Renewable Energy Business Development at U.S. Bank.

Washington 100% renewable bill passes both Houses

Washington is looking to become the fourth state to make the move to 100% renewable electricity, with only a Senate review and the hand of Governor Inslee left in the way of SB 5116.

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Spotsylvania solar project back in action

Don’t call it a comeback: The largest single section of sPower’s proposed 500 MW solar project in Spotsylvania County, Virginia has been approved by the county after initially being recommended for denial.

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SC Solar Freedom Act clears senate committee, Hormel Foods on the road to renewables: pvMB 4/10/19

Hello and welcome to your hump day pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at CVE North America’s success in community solar under Massachusetts’ SMART progam, Anaheim, California’s schools going solar and so much more!

More super-sized solar could be coming to California

A 500 MW project is being considered today by the Kern County Board of Supervisors, the latest in the ever-growing list of mind-bogglingly large projects in California.

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Macquarie to sell off solar, wind businesses, Vote Solar hiring: pvMB: 4/10/19

Good morning and welcome to today’s pvMB. We also bring you on this fine morning Midsummer’s new solar metal roof, a new iteration of S-5!’s clamps, a collaboration between Soligent and Pika Energy, and more!

Super-solar RPS goes to Gov. Hogan’s desk

The most aggressively solar-sided RPS initiative known to pv magazine has now passed both houses of the Maryland legislature and is awaiting a signature – or veto – by Governor Larry Hogan.

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Montana commissioner caught red-handed trying to kill solar

Thanks to a hot mic, regulations instituted to gut PURPA in Big Sky Country have been overturned and the door to solar development has been re-opened.

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Boise to go 100% renewable, South Carolina students support solar freedom: pvMB for 4/4/19

Happy Thursday and welcome to the pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at SMUD joining the EIM (those words may mean nothing to you now but will soon), a new New Jersey brownfield project (not a Futurama joke), a new solar powered anti-theft backpack (with a built-in boombox model) and everything else you need to tackle the solar industry today.

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