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As Texas recovers, report warns grid operators to plan better for extreme weather

Grid planning fails to consider extreme climate scenarios that a resilient grid needs to handle, said EPRI’s president and CEO. “Traditional planning processes do not represent how resources actually perform under extreme conditions.”

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EnergyHub looks to make distributed resource management easier with Mercury Edge Connect

The addition to EnergyHub’s Mercury DERMS platform allows utilities to manage devices from any DER provider to deliver grid services, acting as a single platform for utilities to orchestrate behind-the-meter DERs into virtual resources at scale.

SunPower posts solid Q4 results as tailwinds and storage help fuel growth

Storage, digital solutions, and the company’s distributed generation services platform will be key to its long-term growth, CEO Tom Werner said in an earnings call.

3 graphs that shed light on the ERCOT power crisis

Data firm Lium concluded that ERCOT “probably needed at least another 17 GW of generation” to meet demand as cold winter weather settled in over the state.

New York towns launch a community solar program, but with a twist

The community solar program powers entire communities with renewable power and passes along guaranteed bill savings. But there’s a novel twist to it.

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Probes launched as Texas works to get the lights back on

For many Texans, this week’s blackouts seem a lot like a 2011 winter storm that was supposed to have ushered in a host of reforms.

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Solaredge records pandemic progress despite tough final quarter

Full-year revenues nudged up despite tough comparisons with the end of 2019 for the final quarter of last year. The inverter maker expects to log revenues of $385-405 million in the current three-month window.

Sunrise brief: Sunnova feeds its residential solar pipeline with deal for SunStreet

Also on the rise: Utilities plan a massive solar + storage project in Wisconsin, Fluence supplies an AI-based trading platform for a BESS, and Avangrid wants a partner for an HVDC line in New York State.

West Virginia’s largest-ever solar project gets siting approval

92.5 MW of solar could be coming to 795 acres in Jefferson County, after state regulators granted a siting certificate to Wild Hill Solar LLC.

Hawaiian Electric surpasses RPS target on path to 100% renewables

Renewable resources accounted for half of the electric power serving Maui County in 2020, a first.

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