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U.S. on track to make it only halfway towards 2030 Paris Agreement targets

The U.S. may only reach 25% to 38% of carbon emissions reductions below 2005 by 2030, falling well short of the 50% to 52% required by the agreement, said the Energy Information Administration.

Sunrise brief: Nearly 40% of the U.S. could qualify for energy community tax adder

Also on the rise: Can the U.S. close domestic solar supply chain gaps, battery energy storage to increase 6x in five years, and more.

Honda reusing vehicle fuel cells to build 500 kW stationary fuel cell system

Honda has revealed that it is testing a pilot stationary fuel cell stationary power system in California.

Lithium battery recycler loaned $375 million for New York hub

Li-Cycle received a conditional loan from the U.S. Department of Energy through its Advanced Technologies Vehicles Manufacturing program. 

Ohio Honda dealership goes solar with 120kW rooftop system

The rooftop solar system paves the way for the Ohio dealership to go 75% sustainable energy in the coming years with on-site power generation.

Government releases $1 billion Puerto Rico energy resilience relief package

The government package includes two rounds that will fund residential solar and storage projects, followed by resilience solutions such as microgrids, community solar and grid modernization.

Impact of single-axis agrivoltaics systems on non-irrigated grassland

U.S. researchers are studying how agrivoltaic systems mounted on single-axis trackers affect rainfall and light redistribution at a 1.2 MW installation on grassland in Colorado.

Energy justice, LMI solar strike a chord at Intersolar

The energy burden on disadvantaged or low-to-moderate income communities has translated to more than 15% of disadvantaged households’ income devoted to paying for energy each month as the cost for electricity rises, compared to 2 to 3% that average income households typically pay for energy each month.


From brownfield to green wellspring

Plots of land abandoned as graveyards of hazardous materials are being reborn as clean energy hubs. pv magazine USA’s Ryan Kennedy looks at the diverse opportunities for solar, energy storage, and electric vehicle (EV) charging station developers.

The top five U.S. sports stadium solar adopters

As we enter Super Bowl weekend, pv magazine looks at how the National Football League and other major league sports adopt solar.

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