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Agilitas Energy starts work on stand-alone battery energy storage system

The 3 MW/9MWh system is being built to avoid costly re-construction of existing transmission lines in part of Rhode Island.

In a surprise vote, Arizona utility regulators reject a clean energy plan

The plan took three years to put together and won initial approval by regulators last November. Rejection means that renewable energy standards adopted 15 years ago remain in effect.

Role of distributed solar at issue in California’s net metering update

Industry groups focus on solar-plus-storage, or preserving the distributed solar industry, while a state agency aims to compensate rooftop solar at avoided costs and add a grid service charge.

Solar 101: How to find … and evaluate … a solar contractor for your rooftop project

A well-designed rooftop solar system should last 20 or 30 years, or longer. This guide for choosing the right contractor should help ease your concerns.

Cleantech roundup: Solar e-commerce store, Tesla EV charger expansion, tracker deployment, and more

Check out this week’s list of some of the newest announcements related to clean energy products and services.

Sunrise brief: More community solar is added in Minnesota

Also on the rise: Notre Dame-backed solar project enters service, report highlights coal’s fading economic viability, and LS Power completes its latest acquisition.

Pattern of ‘decide-announce-defend’ for rural solar must change, researchers say

Meeting clean energy goals means that more projects will be proposed for agricultural land, making it necessary for developers to better engage with local communities.

Greenbacker buys one of Montana’s largest solar projects

The company acquired the proposed 80 MW MTSun Solar project from developer Broad Reach Power.

SunPower reports 30% year-over-year bookings growth for the first quarter

SunPower’s Q1 earnings show growth as the company intensifies its focus on acquisition costs and segment expansion.

Virginia board rejects proposed 150 MW solar project

Strata Solar’s 150 MW Maroon Solar Facility is the latest project to be shot down in Virginia, as residents voiced concerns over the project’s effect on the local landscape.

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