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Anza expands back-end visibility for solar module procurement

The platform has added granular insights into technical, commercial, supply-chain, and risk-related aspects of equipment procurement.

Sunrise brief: Debunking the myth that all solar panels come from China 

Also on the rise: The top ten solar panel brands serving the U.S. market. Solar actuators, the brains and brawn behind solar trackers. And more.

SolAmerica Energy procures 205 MW of First Solar modules

The company plans to use First Solar’s modules for its portfolio of community solar facilities, three commercial and industrial solar plants and various other solar projects in the U.S.

Sunrise brief: North Carolina appeals court weighs critical rooftop solar decision

Also on the rise: Publicly traded solar installer Sunworks files for bankruptcy. New York Power Authority seeks proposals for 5.2 MW solar project. And more.

RFP alert: New York Power Authority seeks proposals for 5.2 MW solar project

NYPA looking for proposals for solar installation at State University of New York at Oneonta, preferably with a battery energy storage system. A second, non-lithium long-duration energy proposal is sought.

Bipartisan Senators request increased tariffs on solar imports from China

In attempt to support U.S. manufacturing competition with lower-cost imported solar components, the Senators requested the president invoke Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974 to enforce tariffs.

Utility trade groups call for $1.2 billion to boost transformer manufacturing

To cure a shortage of distribution transformers, trade groups representing the utility and housing industries have called for federal funding to boost U.S. manufacturing of the equipment.

Qcells inks its largest module and EPC agreement

In an eight-year agreement with Microsoft, Qcells will supply 12 GW of modules along with EPC services.

Defining domestic content in solar projects

A closer look at guidance on the Inflation Reduction Act domestic content adder.

Two corporate giants sign up for power from Texas solar plant

Fujifilm and Bristol Myers Squibb executed power purchase agreements with National Grid for energy resources from the Blevins Solar Project in Falls County, Texas.

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