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Solar, microgrids and EV buses discussed at first Clean Energy Schools Symposium

More than 50 school system leaders representing 16 U.S. states joined policy makers in Washington, D.C. this week at the first-ever Clean Energy Schools Symposium.

Tesla misses its own expectations for Solar Roof deployments 

Three years ago Tesla said it expected to install 1,000 solar roofs per week, which would have amounted to 156,000 Solar Roofs in that time period. Wood Mackenzie reports that only 3,000 have been installed to date.

Canada formalizes six-year 30% federal ITC credit, among other incentives

The made-in-Canada plan mirrors the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act, including two new ITCs targeting clean energy and technology manufacturing that will remain at 30% through 2033, stepping down to 15% in 2034 before phasing out altogether after 2034.

EDP Renewables places order for 1.8 GW of First Solar modules

With this strategic agreement, EDPR increases its commitment to U.S. domestic content, while also pursuing its strategy of supply chain and technology diversification.

RFO alert: MCE seeks offers for renewable energy and storage

California public electricity provider seeks clean energy projects, with offers accepted through April 14.

“Revolutionizing” agrivoltaic design software with Spade

Solar developer and federal grant recipient Sandbox Solar has released a beta version of its agrivoltaic power plant software modeling tool that aids in the design and optimization of solar panels and the crops underneath.

Sunrise brief: California tops the virtual power plant market 

Also on the rise: Giving women support to engineer the renewable energy future. Developer begins construction on 800 MW Illinois project with U.S. made components. And more.

Developer begins construction on 800 MW Illinois project with U.S. made components

The utility solar project is slated to reach commercial operations by fall of 2024, and when operational will be owned by the developer, Swift Current Energy. 

Hitachi to supply converter stations to multi-state 2.4 GW power line

The transmission project is being upgraded to allow for the replacement of a legacy coal-fired generation facility with an 840 MW green hydrogen electrolyzer and energy storage facility set to enter operations by 2026.

Giving women support to engineer the renewable energy future

Recruiting more women into the engineering workforce and making more opportunities available in electrical engineering programs will foster true gender equity and help solve our current shortage of clean energy workers.


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