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Enphase no longer threatened with delisting

The microinverter maker has regained compliance with NASDAQ listing rules, but is still on uncertain ground financially.

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Trackers dominate U.S. utility-scale solar (w/charts)

Among the many findings in a recent report by Lawrence Berkeley National Labs is that 79% of new U.S. utility-scale solar capacity in 2016 involved tracking systems.

U.S. renewable energy goals: Two steps forward, one back

Proposals for 100% renewable energy at the state level are struggling, as NRDC puts forward a blueprint for 70% wind and solar by 2050.

Solar Frontier sells 28 MW to Capital Dynamics

The U.S. subsidiary of Japanese thin-film PV manufacturer Solar Frontier has sold off 28 MW of solar capacity to a unit of Swiss asset manager and renewables investor Capital Dynamics.

Canadian Solar subsidiary Recurrent Energy signs deal for 100 MW project

Recurrent Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of heavyweight module manufacturer Canadian Solar has signed power purchase agreement for a 100 MW PV project to be located in Kings County, Central California.

8minutenergy starts building next phase of 100 MW California cluster

The solar developer completed financing and tax equity for the 26 MW Redwood 4 Solar Farm, the next phase of a group of solar farms near Bakersfield, California.

Solar jobs: Progress and challenges in diversity

Two newly released reports explore diversity efforts for solar installation jobs in California and overall job growth in the Midwest.

Tenaska closes green bond refinancing of 150 MW solar project

With interest rates expected to continue rising, BNEF says that this could be the beginning of more bond activity.

U.S. energy storage deployment fell during Q2 (w/ charts)

Despite the overall energy storage market falling quarter-to-quarter and growing only 6% year-over-year in Q2, behind-the-meter storage is beginning to take off.

Report: Energy storage is starting to become standard for utilities

The Smart Electric Power Alliance said the vast majority of the utilities they surveyed plan to offer behind-the-meter storage programs for their residential and commercial customers.

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