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Quanex releases solar panel sealant for improved durability

The sealant helps delay power loss over a module’s lifetime and extends useful life by locking out moisture.

FranklinWH announces additional financing for its home energy storage solution

Mosaic and GoodLeap add FranklinWH to their approved battery vendor lists

People on the Move: Vertech, Fluence, Nikola and more

Job moves in solar, storage, cleantech, utilities, and energy transition finance.

Catalyzing solar in the US: a manufacturer’s perspective

The Inflation Reduction Act, if signed into law, will provide important incentives that we expect will catalyze significant investment in US solar manufacturing, facilitate the creation of a stable domestic solar supply chain, and allow the US to aggressively pursue the decarbonization of its economy with less reliance on imported solar products.

Sunrise brief: Study finds 100% renewables would pay off within 6 years 

Also on the rise: Four steps to creating a sustainable distributed generation strategy. Chicago commits to 100% renewable energy by 2025. And more.

Washington D.C. signs 73 MW solar power purchase agreement

The Public Service Commission approved a long-term power purchase agreement in partnership with Invenergy.

Waikoloa solar + storage project will contribute to more than 7% of island’s electricity needs

BayWa r.e. will construct the solar-plus-storage facility on the Big Island of Hawaii, which will feature tracker-based bifacial solar modules and a lithium-ion battery system.

Chicago commits to 100% renewable energy by 2025

Mayor Lightfoot made a commitment to purchase renewable energy for all city facilities and operations by 2025.

Study finds 100% renewables would pay off within 6 years

New research from Stanford University researcher Mark Jacobson outlines how 145 countries could meet 100% of their business-as-usual energy needs with wind, water, solar and energy storage.

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Four steps to creating a sustainable distributed generation strategy

According to Tom Hunt, CEO of Pivot Energy, renewable energy capacity at the distribution level can meet needs without the long lead time required for larger, utility-scale resources, and he shows us how to solve major system barriers to expanding renewable energy on the grid.

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