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First Solar secures 1 GW module order

Capital Power will purchase thin-film solar modules for projects built across North America, with deliveries beginning in 2026.

Statewide RPS platforms require 300 TWh of clean energy by 2030, 800 TWh by 2050

Renewable portfolio standard policies require total non-hydro renewables generation to reach 28% of electricity sales by 2050 compared to 17% today, according to a Berkeley Lab report.

Top risks for solar assets: Operational risk

From $2.5 billion in losses from equipment underperformance, to clipping losses, to inverter derating and more, this third installment based on kWh Analytics reporting focuses on asset operation.

SEG Solar signs agreement for Horad PV manufacturing equipment for Texas plant

SEG Solar is setting up a TOPCon solar module manufacturing facility in Houston, Texas and will use state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment from Suzhou Horad New Energy Equipment.

Community solar, workforce, canopies in focus at CUNY/NYSEIA conference

pv magazine USA ventured to John Jay College in west midtown Manhattan for the NYC Solar + Storage Summit 2023 conference.

Rapid growth in U.S. solar market requires new approaches to project delivery

The workforce and supply chain challenges faced by growing solar industry can be overcome through new partnerships and contracting approaches between EPCs and developers, according to a McKinsey report.

Meyer Burger and BayWa r.e. sign 250 MW annual procurement deal

Two European energy companies, Meyer Burger and BayWa r.e., have finalized a contract for their U.S. operations in which the developer will purchase 1.25 GW of modules from the manufacturer’s Arizona facility from 2025 to 2029.

RFQ Alert: CT Green Bank seeks distributed energy, utility-scale solar proposals

The Constitution State’s green bank is accepting proposals from vendors and service providers engaged in distributed generation resources such as solar photovoltaics (PV) and battery storage, as well as utility-scale solar, storage and offshore wind, among other areas.

By 2035 IRA will drive $200 billion in solar wages

A new report by Dartmouth and Princeton University found that solar and wind project developers stand to reap significant cost savings by using U.S.-manufactured components and paying workers fair wages, thanks to investments tied to the Inflation Reduction Act.

USDA offers tool to help rural co-ops apply for $9.7 billion renewables program

Rural electric co-operatives seeking support for renewable and clean energy projects under a $9.7 billion USDA program can now access an emissions reduction calculator to begin preparing a preliminary application.

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