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Residential storage warms rapidly

Solar+storage: As the U.S. residential solar market matures, a growing number of homeowners are looking at various battery storage options as an addition to their arrays. pv magazine examines the state of the market, the challenges ahead and the leading players in this increasingly competitive space.

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Eighth annual California Green Innovation Index finds explosive growth in solar generation; Clean technology hotspots in unexpected places

State economy grows larger and cleaner, once again leads nation in all major clean tech patent categories, clean tech investment and electric vehicle adoption.

Wacker Chemie partners with 1366 Technologies

The world’s second-largest polysilicon maker will provide the kerfless wafer startup with a $15 million equity investment, a supply of polysilicon and technical assistance.

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Solar Impulse completes historic flight across the Atlantic

Swiss pilot Bertrand Piccard landed the solar-powered plane in Seville on Thursday morning, achieving one of the most iconic stretches on the journey, and getting one step closer to completing the mission to fly around the world using nothing but solar energy.

SolarCity/Silevo must pay duties on Chinese-made PV cells

In its final ruling, U.S. trade authorities have stated that SolarCity’s heterojunction silicon solar cells are subject to duties on Chinese-made cells. Last Friday, the International Trade Association gave its final ruling on whether or not Silevo’s “Triex” heterojunction PV cells are subject to anti-dumping and anti-subsidy import duties on cells and modules imported from […]

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Artificial intelligence could speed interconnection, says Amazon executive

Grid operator SPP is in discussions with Amazon Web Services about using AI to speed interconnection studies for utility-scale solar. A NextEra executive is bringing the idea to other grid operators.

50 States of Solar Incentives: Delaware

The second smallest state in the nation is not known for large-scale solar installations, but the tide is slowly turning.

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An American at Intersolar: Part IV – So Much Gear

In our last article on Intersolar 2022 Munich, we present a small fraction of the countless vendors exhibiting their products on the floor.

Ohio regulators approve 325MW solar project

The project is the third-largest approved under the state’s recent large-scale solar boom.

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People on the Move: NREL, ACORE, Green Lantern Solar, and more

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

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