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Dominion buys solar developer Birdseye Renewable

Dominion may be hoping to ease some of the pushback that local communities have shown to the development of utility-scale solar projects.

University of Richmond matches its energy needs with solar

The university is the second in the nation to match its energy usage with solar, following completion of the 20 MW Spider Solar project.

Virginia aims to make installing energy storage easier

The state is under a crunch to build out 3.1 GW of storage by 2035, but bills meant to remove lengthy regulatory approvals and ease the procurement of local permits are looking to alleviate the pressure.

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Rhode Island economists attempt to put a price on NIMBYism

Researchers at the University of Rhode Island have suggested homeowners are prepared to pay $279 per year to avoid living within a mile of a large-scale solar plant. Other research has contrary findings.

US solar growth in 2020 is driven by giant utility-scale projects

The number of large solar projects is surging in the U.S. — and pv magazine is keeping track. We’ve gathered up the recent news in big solar — with Indiana set to double its solar capacity, and Texas galloping along. Plus, the never-ending Spotsylvania saga.

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Job Moves at Sunrun, SMA, sPower, Enel X, Fluence, Emerson Collective, ENGIE, Arevon, Posigen

Executive and boardroom moves in solar, storage, cleantech, utilities and energy VC.

The financial and social struggles of getting large solar projects financed

The pre-life of the Spotsylvania solar energy project has been riddled with financial and societal difficulties. As much as these issues have made a quagmire of development, it also provides a case study on the logistics of getting such a large project built.

Morning Brief: Saipem and Equinor to develop floating solar off the Indian Coast, Covid-19 is taking solar sales out of the home

Also in the brief: a lawsuit filed against the Spotsylvania solar project, West Virginia’s solar future sits at the governor’s desk, 16 MW for Richmond, Indiana and more.

Recognizing and solving challenges in renewable energy land usage

A new report released by The Brookings Institute looks at the land density and communal opposition issues raised by new renewable development, offering both logistical and policy-driven solutions.

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5 stories that sparked conversation in 2019

Certain articles at pv magazine strike a chord with readers and spark greater discussion among the community. Here are the most discussed articles of 2019 at pv magazine USA.

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