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KORE and ZEV to develop technology to electrify the transportation sector

The KORE and ZEV teams plan to focus on thermal management, safety, and module and pack configurability towards higher energy and power densities.

SRP signs PPA for 440+ MW of solar capacity

Clēnera will build and operate CO Bar Solar, which could enter service in Arizona in 2024.

Arizona battery energy storage system enters service near Phoenix

The 25 MW battery system consists of a series of Tesla Megapacks connected to Salt River Project’s energy grid.

Arizona approves energy storage incentives for Tucson Electric customers

Regulators also approved expanding the utility’s community solar program and make 10 MW of solar capacity available for subscription.

Solar on schools: A smart solution

School districts throughout the country are increasingly installing solar projects, often at no upfront cost. What are the benefits?


Voters in the West support a Federal Clean Electricity Standard

President Joe Biden’s proposed Clean Electricity Standard received bipartisan support among voters in Colorado and Arizona, states that have already enacted their own standards.

Sunrise brief: NextEra will build solar + storage project with Salt River Project as offtaker

Also on the rise: Madison Energy commits funds for C&I solar in Connecticut, highlights of solar in the Senate budget proposal, and who is working against distributed solar in the Midwest and West.

NextEra will build a solar + storage project with Salt River Project as offtaker

Construction work could begin this fall and the capital investment is pegged at $600 million. Around 17 full-time jobs will be created once the array enters service.

Green Mountain Energy looks to give Arizonans the option to purchase 100% renewable energy

The company is among the first to apply to enter the Arizona electric supply market under the recently-upheld Energy Competition Act.


First Solar plans to add 3.3 GW of capacity in new facility in India

The Arizona-based company earlier announced plans to expand its operations in Ohio. All totaled, the company said that its nameplate manufacturing capacity will double to 16 GWdc in 2024.

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