House Bill 1787 would change the state’s net metering so that solar customers would lose roughly two-thirds of their current benefit.
The new lab and training program are expected to help fill a “current need for accredited technicians.”
“From October to November, our energy bill went down by $2,700,” said Robby Lowe, superintendent of the Junction City School District.
Although the situation in DC remains “fluid.” Also in the brief: LG Energy’s new residential battery systems, and solar on Arkansas jails with Entegrity.
The projects will each be among the largest installations in their respective states and advance Cubico’s expansion into the American solar market.
Dean Solon, CEO of Shoals: “A lot of people thought that the 100 MW fields were all dead, but those suckers are coming back with a vengeance.”
The automaker announced that it has come to terms on a power purchase agreement for a 180-MW solar project set to be constructed in Arkansas. The installation will use modules from First Solar.
In their first interview with the press, Ojjo CEO Helena Kimball and CTO Jack West talk about the “scaling moment” for utility-scale solar and the drive to innovate.
Also in the brief: The never ending saga of Arkansas utilities battling their 2,320 net metering customers, Atom Power raises $17.8 million for a solid-state circuit breaker for commercial and industrial buildings.
Also in the brief: Temporary victory for solar in Arkansas, UK went without coal in May, House Democratic leadership is prepping legislation that includes $34.3 billion for clean energy, Nearmap launches its new AI areial imaging software.
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