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Sunrise brief: California to grant $52 million for vehicle-to-grid home energy stations

Also on the rise: EcoFlow battery generator can back up a house for up to a month. Nautilus invests in community solar in the Midwest. And more.

Sunrise brief: Qcells inks its largest module and EPC agreement

Also on the rise: Auxin Solar files antidumping lawsuit against U.S. government, a Maine town bans commercial solar, and more.

Auxin Solar files lawsuit against U.S. government for Biden solar tariff pause

The small solar panel manufacturer filed suit against the U.S. Department of Commerce and Customs and Border Patrol related to the pause of tariffs on goods in alleged antidumping violations.

Sunrise brief: CubicPV announces $1 billion long-term silicon supply agreement 

Also on the rise: 38% solar growth pushing wind-solar dynamic duo past coal in 2024. Next generation winning legal battles against fossil fuel policy. And more.

Next generation winning legal battles against fossil fuel policy

A recent landmark decision in Montana is considered a game changer, marking a turning point in efforts to save the planet from the devastating effects of fossil fuel use.

Duke completes sale of renewables business, renamed to Deriva Energy

As part of Brookfield, Deriva has 5.9 GW of clean energy assets operating and under construction.

Toledo Solar and First Solar reach agreement in lawsuit

Details of the settlement are confidential; however, Toledo Solar announced a new investor-led Independent board of directors and leadership team.

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.

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