Governor Gavin Newsom highlighted this target, which would achieve a 100% clean electricity supply, leading to 148 GW of renewable energy buildout in two decades.
The Paris Agreement of 2015 marked a milestone in the effort to combat climate change, and since then, governments including Canada and the United States have undergone a political and economic transformation focused on achieving net-zero goals, with renewable energy resources, particularly solar energy, playing a vital role.
Also on the rise: Meyer Burger considers U.S. solar cell manufacturing. CSI Solar announces initial public offering pricing on Shanghai Stock Exchange. And more.
Texas politicians and lobby groups came to a resolution late Sunday night, May 28, which amends recently filed legislation from SB 624 designed to set severe restrictions on the permitting of wind, solar and clean energy assets in the coming years.
In a recent interview with Roth MKM, Meyer Burger indicated that new guidance on the domestic content requirement, along with manufacturing incentives, have boosted their interest in manufacturing the solar cells for their 2 GW Arizona module factory.
The Senate has received commendations from industry and environmental advocates for its proposal in the Budget and Fiscal review.
American Clean Power reported that 2022 had a 15% slowdown in installations, largely represented in the utility solar market, which had 13 GW fewer deployments in the year.
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz signed HF 2310 into law, which opens up the state’s community solar program to more residential subscribers, specifically low-to-moderate income (LMI) households, and expands the project sites from 1 MW to 5 MW community gardens.
During the noon hour on May 18, 2023, NYISO reported that consumer and utility-side solar resources generated 3.33 GW of clean energy output, while the behind-the-meter portion of 3.2 GW and utility-operated 130 MW accounted for 20% of the state’s electricity demand.
The moratorium is intended as a bridge put in place temporarily while the United States rapidly ramps up manufacturing to supply its burgeoning solar industry.
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