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130 MW Alabama solar project secures financing

The Black Bear Solar project will be among the largest in the state once it is completed, and it will deliver electricity to a wholesale power provider for 11 public power utilities in Alabama.

Alabama students study outdoors in off-grid solar pods

In a partnership with startup SolarFi, the University of Alabama has deployed outdoor solar-powered study “pods”.

Mercedes Benz contracts for 80 MW of Alabama Power solar

The automaker and power company received approval today for a proposed 80 MW solar project south of Montgomery, Alabama.

iSun wins contract to develop 448 MW of solar

The company was selected by Fusion Renewable to develop three solar projects.

Project enters service in Alabama, nearly doubling the state’s installed solar capacity

Muscle Shoals clocks in at 227 MW, making it the largest solar project in Alabama.

Lithium-ion battery recycler plans Alabama facility

The company said the southeastern U.S. is emerging as a critical region for the lithium-ion battery supply chain.

Does the Southeast need wholesale power markets in order to hit its renewable goals?

A new report from ACORE, the American Clean Power Association, and SEIA explores the benefits of instituting real-time, wholesale energy markets across the 12 Southeast states as a way to accelerate renewable resource adoption.


North Carolina is no longer the Southeast’s most solar state

The fourth edition of the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy’s Solar in the Southeast report shows that Florida has passed North Carolina in total installed capacity, while South Carolina has passed its northern neighbor in the context of a solar watts per customer ratio.

How the Southeast can achieve 100% clean energy

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy identified two pathways that the Southeast’s big utilities could follow to achieve 100% renewable generation against the backdrop of a possible federal mandate.

FERC opens the door for solar advocates to take Alabama regulators to court

The Commission declined to grant an enforcement action petition against state regulators that allowed Alabama Power to institute a punitive solar charge, instead allowing the petitioners to take the fight into their own hands in court.

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