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North America’s bid to onshore rare earth supply

With electric vehicle (EV) adoption set to turbocharge demand for rare earth elements in Canada and in the United States this decade, attempts are being made to loosen the region’s dependence on China for the sourcing and processing of such critically important energy transition materials.

Utility to procure U.S.-made trackers for 321 MW Texas solar project

Avangrid signed a $30 million order for Array Technologies trackers at the True North solar facility in Texas, which will include safe harbor inventory and newly purchased DuraTrack trackers by New Mexico-based Array.

Louisiana utility seeks approval for 225 MW project construction

Entergy Louisiana selected an Iberville Parish solar facility at 175 MW and a second facility with 49 MW of total capacity, the Sterlington Solar Facility in Ouachita Parish, to add to the state’s clean energy mix.

RFI Alert: University of Michigan seeks 25 MW of solar

U-M is targeting 25 MW distributed across Dearborn, Flint, and Ann Arbor campuses.

U.S. Solar developers take on module manufacturing risk

Multiple deals signed over the last six months have shown solar panel manufacturers using long- term solar module supply agreements with developers to drive factory finance.


50 states of solar incentives: South Dakota

The state has just 2 MW of installed solar capacity, but its integrated resource plan includes 120 MW of clean energy resources by 2025, which includes 100 MW of wind or solar generation, and 20 MW of energy storage divided equally across the two states.

Sunrise brief: Rooftop solar in Arkansas threatened by new legislation

Also on the rise: Energy storage market is shining, with corporate investment up 55%. Subway restaurants to install fast EV chargers. And more.

Renewable energy deployment down 16% in 2022

Falling well short of expectations, renewable energy deployment slowed 16% year-over-year, according to an American Clean Power report.

Appalachian solar developer and non-profit to bring 100 jobs to West Virginia

Following a recently announced award to the ACT (Appalachian Climate Technology) Now Coalition, the two entities will collaborate on strategies to recruit, train and employ local workers in the growing renewable energy industry in West Virginia and around the Appalachian region.


Illinois utility to double its community solar capacity this year

By the the end of 2023 Commonwealth Edison expects to double its current cumulative installation to more than 150 community solar projects installed, serving more than 36,000 customers across its more than 11,400 square mile service territory in northern Illinois.


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