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Origami Solar develops lighter weight solar module frames made of steel

The steel solar module frame was developed in collaboration with global steel industry partners to facilitate a smooth transition into high-volume, regional production.

Community solar collective to deploy 500 MW of projects on farmland

Aggreko Energy Transition Solutions will be the capital partner to the Farmers Powering Communities collective that plans to build out community solar projects over the next decade on rural farmland. 


Maxeon raises $199.4 million in equity for IBC module manufacturing expansion

The producer of Maxeon and SunPower brand solar modules is raising capital from a $157.4 million underwriting of shares and a separate $42 million private placement with TCL Zhonghuan.

Solar glass provider to expand production by 6 GW to meet demand

Canadian Premium Sand will expand production to provide its solar panel glass to Qcells, Meyer Burger, and Heliene, each of which signed large supply agreements.

Treasury Department releases guidance on solar domestic content

The Inflation Reduction Act includes a 10% bonus for solar power projects that use made-in-USA content, and the Treasury released long-awaited details on what that means.


Three ways to implement solar and renewables to reduce land use

A Nature Conservancy report offers a land-use reduction scenario and framework to help energy planners and policymakers execute informed and equitable net-zero strategies.


Apex adds 195 MW of solar and 400 MWh of energy storage in Texas

A 195 MW and 200 MWh solar-plus-storage project and the standalone Great Kiskadee storage project (200 MWh) will provide energy arbitrage and ancillary grid services to the ERCOT market, critical for maintaining grid reliability.

Federal agents raid JinkoSolar factory in Florida

U.S. Homeland Security officers executed a search warrant on a solar panel manufacturing facility in Jacksonville.

California solar project portfolio bypasses time-consuming “Super Cluster” study

Renewable America will provide distributed capacity for four community choice aggregators in California.

RFQ alert: Prologis seeks developers for 1 GW California industrial solar

The process is for projects in the 100 kW to 400 kW range, while the logistics facility operator is looking for qualified installers for projects under a three-year timeframe in order to retain California net energy metering (NEM) 2.0 status.  

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