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Sunrise brief: It’s unanimous–U.S. renewable market most attractive to investors

Also on the rise: By 2035 IRA will drive $200 billion in solar wages. Three ways states can fix interconnection of distributed solar and storage. And more.

Form Energy to deploy 100-hour iron-air battery system in Georgia

Georgia Power has more than 850 MW of active energy storage projects under development or in operation across its service territory.


Sunrise brief: U.S. solar deployment to grow 40% this year, remains lowest-cost option

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.

Optimus Energy eyes commercial solar, EV charging expansion in Georgia

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.

Sunrise brief: California Senate proposes $400 million community solar and storage investment

Also on the rise: LG Energy Solution and Hyundai announce battery facility in Georgia. Solar module prices at two-year low, deployment to reach 300 GW this year. And more.

LG Energy Solution and Hyundai announce battery facility in Georgia

The new U.S. manufacturing facility represents an investment of $4.3 billion, and will be located in Bryan County, Georgia, adjacent to Hyundai’s manufacturing facility currently under construction.

Sunrise brief: CAISO transmission plan to support 17 GW of solar within a decade

Also on the rise: Industrial solar on a steep slope demonstrates advantages for brownfield solar development. Vermont neighborhood is solar, all-electric and storm resilient. And more.

Graded industrial solar project shows advantages for brownfield solar development

Shaw Industries, a building products company, is developing an industrial solar project on a steep slope grade at a carpet tile manufacturing facility in Adairsville, Ga. The project incorporates brownfield capping and artificial membrane technologies designed for landfill solar use.

Hot topics at RE+ Southeast renewable energy conference

pv magazine USA traveled to Atlanta, Georgia for a regional conference convening leaders in the energy transition.

Silicon Ranch plans to appeal ruling in 100 MW solar property damage case

U.S. District Court Judge Clay D. Land issued a May 5 order ruling that Nashville-based Silicon Ranch and IEA are liable for more than $135 million in damages due to sediment erosion and lack of soil control.


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