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Creating success and energy justice in community solar markets

With risks to developers, challenges for LMI customers, and public utility opposition, community solar is still expected to expand throughout Mid-Atlantic states, noted experts at the SEIA Finance Tax and Buyers Seminar held this week in New York City.

Sunnova files for $3.3 billion Department of Energy loan

The company looks to greatly expand its rollout of solar virtual power plant services.

Meta picks utilities based on solar potential at data centers

Meta has revealed that its renewable energy deployments are growing by 30% each year. Meta has already deployed 3.56 GW of solar capacity, and has over 9 GW in its long-term development pipeline.

Sunrise brief: Residential solar quotes average $2.85 per watt

Also on the rise: Fast EV charging market to grow sixtyfold by 2050. How installers can communicate the benefits of ESS to customers. And more.

New Leaf Energy sells 21 MW of community solar projects

Standard Solar acquires New Leaf’s solar project portfolio in New York and Massachusetts.

Bill Gates funds advocacy for siting new transmission along highways

The advocacy group NextGen Highways has found that Minnesota voters favor using highways for transmission. With funding from Breakthrough Energy, an initiative of philanthropist Bill Gates, the group plans to launch state and national advocacy coalitions.

Fast EV charging market to grow sixtyfold by 2050

With more than 70 EV charging networks currently deployed in North America, a Wood Mackenzie report forecasts rapid growth.

How installers can communicate the benefits of ESS to customers

Five tips to help your customers make informed decisions about adding energy storage to their homes.

50 states of solar incentives: Nebraska

Nebraska, the Cornhusker State, ranks 13th on the sun index, but is nearly last in the country for solar installations.

People on the move: GridBeyond, Qcells, Sunpower and more

Job moves in solar, storage, cleantech, utilities, and energy transition finance.

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