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Eco Energy World enters U.S. solar market

The company, which will establish its American headquarters in New York, is the largest operating solar developer in Sweden and has previously developed projects in Europe, Australia, the Middle East and Africa.

Department of Justice appeals ITC’s Section 201 ruling

The solar industry reacts to appeal after the ITC had reversed a Trump administration move to strengthen Section 201 safeguard duties on certain solar products.

Array Technologies acquires STI Norland

The merger is touted as creating the world’s largest tracker company, and the move is expected to accelerate Array’s international expansion efforts.

Q Cells partners with KSI for solar and storage project development and financing

Q Cells’ Grid Equity financing product will be offered for select battery energy storage systems (BESS).

Yotta Energy and Cal Solar Inc. plan solar & storage deployment across California

The two companies will focus on integrating distributed energy solutions in commercial, public works, and multifamily properties as new California mandates are announced.

SolarEdge and PearlX partner on virtual power plant to connect renters with solar

The new Texas-based community virtual power plants are planned to offer renters a low-cost clean energy source and the ability to mitigate the impact of blackouts with grid-independent backup power.

EDPR completes the construction of 200 MW solar park, the largest in Indiana

EDP ​​Renewables North America has signed a PPA with cooperative Hoosier Energy to supply communities between the states of Indiana and Illinois from the Riverstart plant.

Sunrise brief: Solar panels, racking and inverters stationed on Tesla’s gigafactory roof offer a glimpse of the project underway.

Also on the rise: LBL report looks at compensating customers for grid-connected batteries. Supply chain problems that drove up costs of solar power equipment will ease in 2022. Efforts to retrieve lithium from geothermal brine increasing in popularity. Encore Renewable Energy, The Brattle Group, ACORE and others announced new hires.

Solar supply chain trouble to ease this year, according to analyst

Wood Mackenzie has predicted solar equipment cost increases will ease back after last year saw the average cost of solar electricity rise for the first time in the Asia-Pacific region.

Feds to rescind review of 48 Chinese crystalline silicon companies

48 of the initial 83 companies have been found to have not be manufacturing or exporting any subject merchandise.

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