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Sunrise brief: Largest solar and storage project in U.S. activated

Also on the rise: EPCs and solar developers share top 5 concerns and opportunities. Keeping critters away from rooftop solar panels. And more.

Solar attachment solution designed to simplify wire management

S-5! introduces the MLPE mount, designed for solar developers, EPCs, installers and end-users who are looking for an MLPE mounting device for solar module frames, without attaching to rails.

Sunrise brief: U.S. solar power generation forecast to grow 75% through 2025

Also on the rise: Meyer Burger to cease PV module production in Germany. From the show floor at Intersolar 2024. And more.

From the show floor at Intersolar 2024

Solar modules, home battery storage, solar installer sales solutions, and more can be seen this week at Intersolar in San Diego.

Fortress Power debuts high-voltage, all-in-one residential battery

Fortress Power’s Avalon High Voltage Energy Storage System combines a hybrid inverter, high-voltage battery, and a smart energy panel in an all-in-one, whole-home backup system.

Acculon launches production of sodium-ion battery modules, packs

U.S.-based Acculon Energy has announced series production of its sodium-ion battery modules and packs for mobility and stationary energy storage applications. Scaled production of 2 GWh is scheduled to start in mid-2024.


California to grant $52 million for vehicle-to-grid home energy stations

Smart home energy company Dcbel was awarded grant money for the deployment of EV charge-controlling devices that can respond to dynamic grid price signals.

EcoFlow battery generator can back up a house for up to a month

The Delta Pro Ultra, shown this week at CES 2024, works with multiple energy sources for whole-home backup, solar power storage and off-grid use.

Indoor bifacial solar cell technology at CES 2024

Ambient Photonics touts its new solar cell as the future power source for connected devices, potentially eliminating the need for batteries.


Johnson Controls unveils water-to-water heat pump for commercial buildings

Johnson Controls says its new 1,406 kW compound centrifugal heat pump is able to deliver high-temperature hot water as high as 170.6 F. The system reportedly has a combined coefficient of performance of 4.9.

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