Also on the rise: FEMA funds $97 million Puerto Rico microgrid with 15 MW solar, 12 MWh storage. Redflow to build 20 MWh redox-flow battery in California. And more.
St. Petersburg College recently partnered with the University of Central Florida’s Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC), the first solar energy apprenticeship program registered with the U.S. Department of Labor.
Also on the rise: Nickel-zinc battery systems paired with hydrogen, EV charging. Solar modules removed from California Target facility meet sustainable end of life. And more.
The Florida-based developer sees Georgia Power’s service territory as its target market for new commercial and industrial solar projects and EV charging systems.
ESA Solar this week announced completion of a first 1.2 MW phase of a 3.6 MW ground-mounted solar project for a cannabis grower utilizing indoor growing facilities. Cannabis production represents more than 1% U.S. electricity demand, presenting a big opportunity for renewable energy adoption.
Powin has selected Jabil as its manufacturing partner to produce Powin’s Stack750 Centipede energy storage systems. Beginning in Q4 2023, Jabil will produce an initial annual capacity of 2 GWh, with plans to ramp up production to 4 GWh per year.
The company said the sites will add over 1 GW of capacity, serving increased demand for domestically produced solar components.
Also on the rise: U.S. solar installers list Qcells, Enphase as top brands. Silicon Ranch plans to appeal $135 million ruling in solar property damage case. And more.
Also on the rise: Average silver price expected to drop 2% to $21.30 per ounce this year. Solar Earnings Recap–SunPower, Sunrun and SolarEdge. And more.
Optimus Energy installed four solar arrays at resorts located in Kissimmee (760 kW), Lake Buena Vista (147 kW), Clearwater (205 kW) and Palm Coast, Fla. (402 kW).
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