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Solar tariff moratorium creates upside, but supply challenges still loom

Wood Mackenzie boosted its utility-scale solar deployment forecast following the executive branch two-year pause on antidumping tariffs, but the uncertainty caused a latent effect on the industry. Plus, other uncertainties persist.

Constellation, Bank of America agree to 160 MW solar supply deal

The agreement is expected to cover 17% of Bank of America’s global annual energy consumption and marks the latest in a flurry of supply deals for the 1.3 GW Mammoth Solar project.

First Solar lands order from National Grid for 2 GW of solar modules

National Grid Renewables and First Solar have partnered on multiple projects in the past, including the 200 MW Prairie Wolf Solar Project in Illinois and the 275 MW Noble Solar and 125 MWh Storage Project in Texas.

Boviet Solar earns 138 MW module order from US developer

The PERC PV cell, monofacial and bifacial solar module provider will supply its Vega series modules for a US project.

CS Energy awarded 270 MW solar portfolio in New York

The award comes as a part of NYSERDA’s fifth annual Renewable Energy Standard request for proposals, which aims to add more than 2 GW of clean energy projects to the state’s grid.

Consortium commits to spending $6 billion on US-made solar modules

AES, Clearway Energy Group, Cypress Creek Renewables, and D.E. Shaw Renewable Investments buying consortium launches RFP to look for qualified American manufacturers.

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Biden halts solar tariffs for two years. What’s next?

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.

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Boviet Solar wins 255 MW solar module order

The order for Boviet’s 550 W Vega Series bifacial panels will power a utility-scale solar project in the United States.

Sunrise brief: After a suppressed first quarter, the US solar market is buoyed by tariff suspension

Also on the rise: Briggs & Stratton launched the SimpliPHI energy storage system with lithium-ferro-phosphate chemistry. ACORE outlines reduction in solar investment and development if tariffs persist. Holistic solar modeling predicts even lower future pricing. And more.

Enervenue to supply 420 MWh of metal-hydrogen batteries to Puerto Rico

The batteries will be used to add resiliency to the island’s industrial sector, which has suffered outages and inconsistencies in the years since Hurricane Maria.

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