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Enlight Renewable Energy to go public on Nasdaq exchange

Enlight is a renewable energy developer based in Israel that has an active operational portfolio and development pipeline of 17 GW solar and wind farms plus 15.3 GWh of storage in nine countries, including 17 U.S. states.

KORE Power’s Mark 1 battery receives UL 9540A fire certification

The fire test clears the pay for the VPort battery system to be deployed in additional EV charging and energy storage applications


KORE Power raises capital from Siemens and Quanta for 6 GWh Arizona gigafactory

With initial output anticipated in late 2024, production at the KOREPlex gigafactory in Arizona is expected to double to 12 GWh of lithium-ion battery cells produced to meet expected market demand in energy storage and electric mobility applications.

Idaho utility plans to slash rooftop solar net metering 60%

An independent study found critical issues with Idaho Power’s analysis of the value of rooftop solar and says it fails to quantify important benefits of distributed solar that are known and measurable.


Solar and home battery program will aggregate 35 MWh this year

ES Solar and sonnen are leading the expansion of Rocky Mountain Power’s Wattsmart Battery Program across Utah and Idaho.

U.S. geothermal lithium offers significant potential

U.S. scientists have assessed the viability and potential supply chain impact of extracting lithium from geothermal brines, and they have reported promising results.

Sunrise brief: Grid expert slams NEM 3.0 as “proposed dystopia”, offers ten reasons why

Also on the rise: Department of Commerce to rescind its review of the countervailing duty order on solar cells from 48 companies Chinese companies. Florida utility turns pallets and cardboard into mulch, saving millions. Standard Solar acquires operational solar plant in Idaho. Four New York community solar projects receive financing.

Standard Solar acquires 28.5 MW commercial solar project in Idaho

One of its largest acquisitions to date, Standard Solar gains the fully operational Mountain Home project from True Green Capital Management.

PacifiCorp’s new IRP includes plans to ditch coal

While the full Integrated Resource Plan has yet to be submitted to regulators, we now know that PacifiCorp is planning no new investments in gas or coal, with plans to retire all coal units by 2040.

Clean energy requires metals and minerals: Can the U.S. compete?

More mining capacity will be needed to meet demand for metals and minerals for clean energy resources, and the U.S. is behind in the race, says a university researcher.

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