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Solar anti-dumping group said it is weighing options, may refile petitions seeking tariffs

A-SMACC urged Commerce Department officials to consider launching their own circumvention actions and trade cases on behalf of the U.S. solar industry.

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Group asks that Entergy improve its resource planning

The utility overestimated costs for renewables in its resource plan and did not seriously consider solar-plus-storage hybrid systems, a stakeholder group said.

Mississippi utility plans for 1 GW of solar, renewables in five years

The plan calls for 500 MW of renewable energy by 2025, and another 500 MW by 2027.

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Sunrise brief: Feds turn away solar anti-dumping petitioners

Also on the rise: Ponzi scheme gets a DC Solar owner 30 years, import restrictions that jolted the solar industry may be easing, and Competitive Power Ventures buys a solar portfolio.

Import restrictions that jolted the solar industry may be easing

A November 10 revision to an FAQ document appears subtle, but may prove meaningful.

Commerce Department throws out anti-dumping petitions

The failure of the group known as A-SMACC to publicly name its members led to the decision, which was met applauded by SEIA.

Focus on residential solar incentives: New England

pv magazine looks at the six New England states’ solar incentives, several of which rank among the top 10 best incentives in the nation.

New Jersey solar-ready warehouse bill is now law

The law requires all new warehouses that are at least 100,000 square feet to reserve up to 40% of their roof area for solar arrays.

Ossoff bill would address rooftop solar’s cost burden on LMI people

The Clean Energy for All Homes Act would reduce the cost burden of installing PV and energy efficiency devices by allowing more taxpayers to receive a refund on qualified purchases.

Sunrise brief: Work starts on 100 MW/50 MWh solar+storage project

Also on the rise: LONGi says that modules were detained by U.S. Customs agents, Salt River Project rolls out a new Solar Choice program, and a standalone storage project is headed to Utah.

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