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Microsoft to purchase 2.5 GW of Qcells solar

Qcells will provide US-made solar modules and perform engineering, procurement, and construction for Microsoft’s solar projects.

Sunrise brief: Best practices for playing the solar procurement game

Also on the rise: More hydrogen production coming to California. Wyoming laws seek to kill net metering and EVs. And more.

Hecate Energy arranges landmark $550 million debt facility

The financing with ten commercial banks is funding a vast multi-year pipeline of 35 GW solar and storage assets.

Best practices and guiding strategies for playing the solar procurement game

The solar module buying journey is anything but predictable.

New York grid operator advances 3 GW of solar, storage projects

After 3 GW of solar and storage projects have advanced, about 27 GW of solar and storage projects remain in New York’s interconnection queue. The grid operator also advanced 3 GW of wind projects and a 1.25 GW transmission line.

Upswing in PJM interconnection costs amid energy transition, report says

Huge growth in interconnection requests along with lengthy reviews and high project withdrawal rates motivated PJM to create a “first-ready, first-served” approach in 2022, Berkeley Lab notes.

$10 Million prize to accelerate community solar in underrepresented communities

The U.S. Department of Energy launched the Community Power Accelerator to help deploy more community solar including support and best practices for developers. A Connect the Dots program will provides a resource hub to help teach the public about the benefits of solar energy.

IRA to drive $114 billion in U.S. renewable energy investments by 2031, report says

The advanced manufacturing production (AMPC) credit and domestic content requirement (DCR) are key to spurring a more rapid U.S. renewable energy economy, Wood Mackenzie notes.

Coram Energy to deploy 646 MWh ABC batteries in southern California

Coram Energy, a historic developer of the Tehachapi Wind farms, will deploy 646 MWh of batteries in its two first southern California storage projects.

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CCA must procure 1,300 GWh of supply to meet last 37 GWh of demand

Peninsula Clean Energy did a grid analysis to understand the cost and electricity demand to match hourly electricity demand with 100% clean energy resources by 2025.

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