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People on the move: Swift Current Energy, Lightsource bp, WTS Energy, and more

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

Sunrise brief: Solar nears 9% of U.S. total electric generation capacity

Also on the rise: Aurora adds automated permitting to its toolbox with acquisition of Lyra. Solar electricity “a good idea” for 83% of poll respondents. And more.

Solar nears 9% of U.S. total electric generation capacity

The monthly energy infrastructure update from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) shows solar accounted for nearly 80% of capacity additions in May, continuing its dominance of new-build generation.

Solar electricity “a good idea” for 83% of poll respondents

Support for solar electricity has declined by 8% since 2013, according to a recent RFF poll.

Trial by fire: Inside Sungrow’s thermal event testing

Sungrow says the industry needs to do more to increase public confidence in lithium-ion battery storage.

Mission Solar introduces modules for C&I and utility-scale

The residential solar panel manufacturer introduced large format bifacial solar modules for larger projects.

With acquisition of Lyra, Aurora adds automated permitting to its toolbox

Lyra provides permit packaging software that automates permit-ready solar designs.

Solar trade group sets standards for ethical solar practices

The Solar Energy Industries Association seeks public comment on two standards that are designed to ensure transparent, ethical solar sales practices and to raise the bar for safety and durability of rooftop solar and storage installations.

Utility-scale agrivoltaic installation in Ohio is now operational

Savion developed the 180 MW solar power plant located in Madison County, one of the first operating utility-scale solar sites to integrate soybeans, alfalfa and forage crop production within the array.

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Sunrise brief: Protecting smart inverters from cyberattack

Also on the rise: Texas solar shines through Tropical Storm Beryl. Generac and Enphase release new EV chargers. And more.

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