Also on the rise: Vermont expected to delay long-term changes to solar net metering. Enphase Energy expands battery storage deployment in Puerto Rico. And more.
Paul Wormser and Christian Roselund of Clean Energy Associates joined pv magazine to discuss the moratorium on solar tariffs and other executive actions taken by the White House.
The state’s Public Utilities Commission was considering lowering payments to customers for their excess solar generation on a long-term plan. It is now expected to delay the decision, citing complexities of the issue; however, it is expected to reduce payments by roughly 6% this year.
Also on the rise: REC Silicon and Ferroglobe agreement will help establish fully traceable US-based solar supply chain. Toyota unveils 8.7 kWh battery for residential applications. And more.
The 1.1 MW floating solar facility is paired with 2 MW battery energy storage system to provide resilience.
Also on the rise: New York distributed storage owners could soon earn money in wholesale markets.Clean hydrogen and energy storage project in Utah receives $504 million loan guarantee from DOE. And more.
Solar workers and clean energy advocates urge Governor Ige to veto SB 2510, which calls for one-third of renewable energy to come from “firm” sources.
The largest clean storage facility in the world will create jobs, deploy clean energy, and replace a retiring coal-fired power plant.
A residential battery storage system in New York State could soon earn on the order of $190 per year, when aggregated with other systems participating in the state’s wholesale capacity market. Storage system owners in other parts of the country may wait much longer.
Also on the rise: US government drops land lease rates for renewables by as much as 50%. Three in one: wind, solar, and storage facility completed in Oregon. And more.
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