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Sunrise brief: Google deploys ‘dragon scale’ solar shingles at its Silicon Valley campus

Also on the rise: Large format modules are gaining market share and presenting a new set of challenges, Honeywell and Duke will jointly test a flow battery, and Sunnova will offer EV charging through a partnership with ChargePoint.

Solaria wins a round in its solar shingle patent case against Canadian Solar

The patents cover shingled solar modules and a process for separating pv strips from solar cells for use in shingled solar modules.

SEIA fires back on tariffs, calls A-SMACC’s case ‘baseless’

In a 138-page rebuttal to a petition for anti-dumping tariffs, the trade group insisted that the solar industry would miss out on 46,000 jobs by 2023 if tariffs were put in place.


FERC denies utilities’ request to leave TVA

FERC said it lacked authority to grant the request, but is now looking into allegations that TVA retaliated against the petitioners.

Sunrise brief: Koch JV expands its move into battery energy storage

Also on the rise: SEG Solar expands its module production in Cambodia, Kentucky’s solar pipeline looks impressive, and Summit Ridge starts work on a community solar portfolio.

Solar group names its members to Commerce, asks for public confidentiality

In a filing with the Department of Commerce, the group argued again that identifying its members publicly could expose them to retribution from Beijing.

What energy storage can learn from solar’s import woes

If a Customs enforcement action were to take place, importers would need to prove that no forced labor was used at any stage of production, including all the way back to the mine.

Sunrise brief: SEIA program aims to broaden solar’s workforce diversity

Also on the rise: PVEL adds hail stress test for modules, Wolverine signs PPA for 150 MW of capacity, and smart inverters are starting to strut their stuff.

PVEL adds hail test to its module certification program

The hail stress sequence aims to address concerns from insurers and asset owners about the ability of PV modules to withstand severe hail impacts.

Controversial renewable bill passes North Carolina Legislature

The bill’s long-term commitments reduced oversight for Duke Energy outweigh the renewable capacity increases and coal retirements it promises, according to those against it.

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