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Commerce Department AD/CVD ruling calls for continued tariffs on solar imports

The ruling is a mistake that the solar industry will have to deal with for the next several years, according to a solar trade group CEO.

Sunrise brief: Rallies underway in 10 California cities to combat anti-rooftop solar policy

Also on the rise: Inside the IRA–How does prevailing wage affect my solar tax credit? Solar and storage prices soared as a result of market disruptions, NREL reports. And more.

Sunrise brief: California rulemaking to cut solar net metering payments by 75%

Also on the rise: Guidance for solar tax credit prevailing wage and apprenticeship requirements. Battery manufacturer to install massive 3.8 MW rooftop solar system at Pennsylvania HQ. And more.

Mitsubishi unveils air source heat pump

Mitsubishi has released a cascaded air source heat pump that can produce between 7.8 kW and 640 kW of heat. It is reportedly able to generate hot water at a temperature of up to 158 F without boost heaters.

Brick and iron heat battery for zero-carbon industrial processes

Bill Gates-backed Rondo Energy released the “brick toaster” heat battery, a unit that stores renewable energy and dispatches heat and electricity for processes in steel, cement, chemical manufacturing, and more.

Canadian Solar ships 6 GW of solar panels in strong Q3 22, with revenue a 57% yearly increase

Subsidiary CSI Solar, which produces about 10 bifacial and mono solar module models, remains on track to list on the Shanghai Stock Exchange in early 2023.

Solar-powered Sion EV to feature enhanced driver-assistance systems from Continental

The listed EV company expanded its partnership with Continental to provide driver assistance, smart key and passive key access, and crash sensors.

CSI Energy Solutions signs 2.6 GWh battery agreement with UBS in North America

Batteries provided by CSI are central to UBS’ energy storage strategy and part of the expansion of its US infrastructure business

Intersect Power orders 4.9 GW of First Solar modules

Intersect Power expected to be the largest buyer and operator of First Solar technology by 2029.

PEG racking system survives near-direct 120 mph hurricane hit in Cuba

PEG’s low profile, 180 MPH wind code approved, high-density racking system weathered a powerful Category 3 hurricane, less than 50 miles from the eye wall.