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South Carolina is entering the solar big leagues

Cypress Creek has put the state’s largest solar plant online at 106 MWdc and started construction of another 100 MW, as the state’s market opens up following passage of the Energy Freedom Act.

Powerline for $4 billion of wind+solar approved

Wisconsin regulators have approved a powerline that would cross three states, bringing wind from Iowa east, and helping solar under development across the Midwest.

Walmart accuses Tesla of gross negligence in fire lawsuit

The picture that Walmart is painting of Tesla/SolarCity installation and O&M practices in its lawsuit is not a pretty one.

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Tesla pushes off warehouse, Green Source Advantage comes to N.C.: pvMB 8/21/19

Welcome to Wednesday’s wonderful pvMb. On this Hump Day we’ll be exploring CNN’s upcoming climate change “town hall,” Silicon Ranch’s promotions, Aubuchon Hardware and Relay Power’s community solar partnership. Let’s ride.

Solar to overtake wind in corporate renewable procurement

A new report by Wood Mackenzie and the American Wind Energy Association shows solar taking the favor of corporate renewable buyers in 2021 and holding that crown to infinity and beyond.

Sunnova seeks to outrun its losses

Sunnova reported higher interest expense than revenue during Q2. Can scale and better access to capital turn this around?

North Carolina looks nationwide for its “Clean Energy Plan” guidance

As required by Governor Roy Cooper’s Executive Order 80, the state has released a draft report of policy and action recommendations to help clean the electric grid – including a recommendation to decarbonize power by 2050.

Wisconsin governor orders 100% carbon-free power by 2050

Governor Tony Evers has signed an executive order directing the state’s Department of Administration to create an Office of Sustainability and Clean Energy, which will be tasked with achieving the lofty carbon-reduction goal.

Sanders dreams of electric sheep, Sungrow considered 100% bankable: pvMB 8/20/19

Hello one and all and welcome to your Tuesday edition of the pvMB. Today we’ve got on our plates NEC installing over 20 MW of energy storage in Maine and Massachusetts, Biomethanation, Neo Volta’s N14 simultaneously operating DC and AC and more!

Arizona’s potential to develop unbiased 15-year resource plans is up for grabs

An Arizona regulator has advocated for using a modeling tool being developed by Arizona State University, to help the state plan how to phase in more renewable energy. Yet the university’s initial plan for the modeling tool would not serve that purpose well.

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