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Sunrise brief: Robot dogs monitor for faults at solar plants

Also on the rise: Solar project updates in California, Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee. Transferability, or selling tax credits, top of mind at SEIA Finance. And more.

Solar project updates in California, Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee

pv magazine USA provides solar project updates along the U.S. energy transition. Projects range from 3 MW to 240 MW and include high profile offtakers like Meta (Facebook).

Rooftop solar in Arkansas threatened by new legislation

House Bill 1370 would cut net metering rates in the state, severely damaging the value of customer-owned solar.

Sunrise brief: Don’t let the solar lights go out in California

Also on the rise: American Battery Factory chooses Tucson as the place for giga-plant. Biden admin wants to shore up resiliency with solar-plus-storage in Puerto Rico. And more.

50 states of solar incentives: Arkansas

The Natural State now stands at the precipice of a multi-gigawatt solar wave as its out-of-state utility pulls the plug on natural gas and coal generation looking to 2030.


Sunrise brief: Aptera’s solar car to use Maxeon solar cells

Also on the rise: Solar panels spotted at RE+. U.S. Steel Corporation site to be powered by 312 MW Arkansas solar project. And more.

U.S. Steel Corporation site to be powered by 312 MW Arkansas solar project

Entergy Arkansas announced the approval of the project, which is expected to reach commercial operations in 2024.

Sunrise brief: The growing demand for automation in demand response

Also on the rise: Nano-grid home runs solely on DC power. Engineering study begins for 500 MW compressed air energy storage project. And more.

University of Arkansas signs on for solar

A 25-acre solar farm developed for the Fayetteville campus will save money, reduce air emissions, and hedge against rising utility rates.

Entergy seeks to grow renewables up to 2500% over next decade

The power company has issued 2022 RFPs for 3 GW of new capacity, while projecting up to 17 GW of new renewable capacity by 2031.

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