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In case you missed it: Five big solar stories in the news this week

pv magazine USA spotlights news of the past week including market trends, project updates, policy changes and more.

Sunrise brief: U.S. residential solar down 20% in 2024

Also on the rise: $1B in financing for 400 MW/1600 MWh solar-plus-storage project. Peak Energy secures $55 million Series A funding to manufacture sodium-ion batteries. And more.

Grid operator PJM to start talks on regional transmission

The nation’s largest grid operator told renewables trade groups that it will launch a transmission planning process ordered by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

50 states of solar policy moves, Q2 2024

Q2 2024 saw 44 states plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico take a total of 182 distributed solar policy actions.

Solar trade group sets standards for ethical solar practices

The Solar Energy Industries Association seeks public comment on two standards that are designed to ensure transparent, ethical solar sales practices and to raise the bar for safety and durability of rooftop solar and storage installations.

In case you missed it: Five big solar news stories this week

pv magazine USA spotlights news of the past week including market trends, project updates, policy changes and more.

Solar supply chain, technology trends, and policy update

A report from Clean Energy Associates (CEA) provides the latest on global and regional solar supply chains, technological trends, and market impacts from policy.

Sunrise brief: Tariffs may stall the growth of the U.S. solar industry

Also on the rise: Toledo Solar goes out of business. Hydrogen power plants feasible but inefficient. And more.

Louisiana allows firms to buy 500 more MW of renewable power

Louisiana’s large electricity customers will be allowed to purchase up to 500 MW of renewable power through a new type of agreement with renewable project owners.

Solar tariffs could “unintentionally cede U.S. leadership in the solar industry”

A report from Clean Energy Associates (CEA) and the American Council on Renewable Energy shows how antidumping and countervailing duty (AD/CVD) tariffs create cost issues not just for imported solar panels, but for U.S.-made solar panels as well.

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