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Amazon procures over 1 GW of U.S. solar projects

The company announced 5.6 GW of solar globally. The first U.S. projects are planned for Arizona and Georgia.

American Battery approved to build battery recycling facility in Nevada

The facility will include a battery recycling building, an office building with laboratories, and a finished goods warehouse.

Ohio siting board approves 264 MW of new solar

Clearview Solar I and Ross County Solar are the state’s latest utility-scale project approvals with more expected.

Want faster decarbonization? Look to consumer action first, study says

The study by Brattle Group and Oracle found that consumer actions like adopting residential solar could cut emissions twice as much as utility action alone.

Solar PPA prices may continue to increase until new supply chains emerge

PPA prices have been rising steadily since the end of last year and, according to solar developers, interconnection delays, permitting challenges, and supply chain constraints are likely to keep them high.

Spotlight on the Southeast: Equity drives a clean energy future

Leaders from across the solar industry came together at Solar & Energy Storage Southeast 2021 in Atlanta to discuss efforts to diversify the workforce and break down traditional barriers.

Middlebury College closes in on renewable energy goal with solar installation

The installation will provide the College with about 30% of its total electricity usage and bring Middlebury to 100% renewable power upon completion.

Controversial renewable bill passes North Carolina Legislature

The bill’s long-term commitments reduced oversight for Duke Energy outweigh the renewable capacity increases and coal retirements it promises, according to those against it.

DOE wants to power 5 million homes with community solar by 2025

the goal represents a 700% increase in installed community solar capacity and comes with the tandem goal of creating $1 billion in energy bill savings.

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California can cut power costs almost 20% by moving its RPS to 2040

Accelerated and unprecedented additions of renewable generation and energy storage will be needed, but the cost of making the shift is far lower than the status quo, a report argues.

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