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Sunrise brief: U.S. solar deployment to grow 40% this year, remains lowest-cost option

Also on the rise: Nickel-zinc battery systems paired with hydrogen, EV charging. Solar modules removed from California Target facility meet sustainable end of life. And more.

Open source data can unlock the power of microgrids

A report from the Linux Foundation examines how open source shared data can increase access, improve standardization, and improve efficiencies.

Nickel-zinc battery systems paired with hydrogen, EV charging

ZincFive is supplying its battery systems into a hydrogen fueling microgrid and a pilot DC fast charging station project of Advanced Power & Energy in Greenville, Pennsylvania.

Planned neighborhood is all-electric, solar-powered, and storm-resilient

Vermont Governor Phil Scott and Senator Peter Welch attended the groundbreaking for a new microgrid neighborhood in South Burlington that will have solar on every home and an EV charger in every garage.

Napa Valley wine producer to expand onsite solar capacity to 9.2 MW

The U.S. division of Treasury Wine Estates announced a substantial expansion of its wineries’ onsite solar generation capacity by adding 6.5 MW of new installations, to be installed by Shell Energy Solutions.

California solar project portfolio bypasses time-consuming “Super Cluster” study

Renewable America will provide distributed capacity for four community choice aggregators in California.

Sunrise brief: NEM 3.0 sparks the growing potential of virtual power plants 

Also on the rise: Fold-out NASA satellite solar array undergoes successful test deployment. Solar-plus-storage microgrids to be deployed in four Bay Area cities. And more.

Solar-plus-storage microgrids to be deployed in four Bay Area cities

The 3.1 MW solar and 6.2 MWh battery microgrid portfolio will provide energy resilience as part of the Resilient Municipal Critical Facilities program.

RFP alert: Tribal solar accelerator seeks projects

An accelerator fund for tribal authorities that includes 65 tribes and over 120 tribal individuals will award grants of up to $200,000 for solar projects situated on tribal authority land, and $50,000 grants per year for tribal energy plan proposals.

Sunnova doubles customer count in Q1 2023

The solar and energy-as-a-service company recorded more than 5,000 of new customers in Puerto Rico, representing its second highest market after California, where it added 5,512 new customers.

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