Also on the rise: California ends summer with 5 GW energy storage record. Sunnova secures $3 billion Department of Energy loan. And more.
Honeywell purchased $27.5 million in ESS common stock and intends to purchase $300 million in ESS product, with $15 million prepaid. The collaboration enables Honeywell to integrate ESS technology into its global offering, and ESS gains license to Honeywell’s flow battery intellectual property.
An industry note from Roth Capital partners said the panels were released for entry to the U.S. market.
Also on the rise: Highway-side solar in three California counties can power 270,000 homes. Summit Ridge Energy to develop six rooftop community solar projects in Maryland. And more.
Also on the rise: California utility pays $175,000 settlement for false ‘renewable’ advertising. Through workforce partnership, Lyft offers solar workers a ride to work. And more.
Also on the rise: Clean energy jobs seeing growth across the U.S.
Units of BYD, Longi, Canadian Solar, Trina Solar and New East Solar were found in violation of trade laws and now face heavy tariffs. Three major suppliers were found to not be in violation.
Canadian Solar announced that production in its first U.S. factory was set to begin in late June. With a planned output of 20,000 modules per day, it expects annual production capacity to total 5 GW.
Leeward’s portfolio of 25 wind, solar and energy storage facilities across the United States totals about 2.7 GW of generating capacity, and the company reports that it has another 1.9 GW contracted and 20 GW under development and construction across 100 projects.
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