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Facebook’s solar fake news, Recurrent secures $50 million and more: pvMB for 4/3/19

Hello and welcome to the slightly-retooled pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at commercial development coming to southern Virginia, Dynapower’s new 500 kW DC-DC converter, the development of PJM and Argonne National Lab’s solar guidelines and everything else you need today.

Monsters of the Midwest: Giant solar farms approved in Illinois and Michigan

In the previously middling Midwest, local authorities have approved two solar projects totaling 340 MW in Illinois and Michigan, each of which is larger than anything put online to date in these states.

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pvMB: sPower’s 500 problems, local politics support solar, $5b more for batteries in Georgia, more!

In today’s pv magazine morning brief Brookfield Renewables announces its dividend at just above a quarter a share, the first community (sorta) solar project in Wyoming is complete, Duke Energy’s next round of solar rebates is already largely sold out, and more!

Solar power project pipeline partying like it’s 1999

Per S&P Global Market Intelligence’s installation data, the total U.S. utility-scale solar project pipeline grew by 5.8 GWac in Q3 ‘2018, with the 2019-2020 pipeline increasing by greater than 50% over the last two quarters to 23 GW.

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North Carolina community seeks (more than) $250 million solar facility

Adani Solar USA is looking for 2,940 acres of land to build the second largest solar plant east of the Rocky Mountains. Local commissioners are moving prudently, initially stopping progress, but recent town meetings have shown support.

The first big wave of solar and wind in Virginia

Dominion has launched its first 500 MW solicitation under a new state law that super-charges renewable energy procurement.

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University of Richmond to match energy usage with solar generation

The newly-announced facility in Spotsylvania County is the first step in a bigger 500 MW project, planned by sPower to be the largest on the East Coast.

Virginia approves largest solar power plant east of the Rockies

Virginia regulators have approved construction of the four part solar power plant, whose output is partially being sold to Microsoft. The 500 MW-AC facility is being developed by sPower.

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