pv magazine USA reviews the variety of approaches states are taking to community solar program caps to suit their individual market and goals.
The Chicago workforce training platform follows the establishment of a community solar development joint venture in 2022 between developer Invenergy and impact fund Lafayette Square.
A multi-hospital network in Carbondale, Ill., signed up for long-term community solar agreements with three Nexamp projects in Illinois providing about 6.5 MW apiece.
Also on the rise: Innovations in long-duration energy storage. Illinois utility to double its community solar capacity this year. And more.
By the the end of 2023 Commonwealth Edison expects to double its current cumulative installation to more than 150 community solar projects installed, serving more than 36,000 customers across its more than 11,400 square mile service territory in northern Illinois.
SunVest expects to double its 2025 pipeline to 3 GW from its current 1.5 GW threshold, with an expectation of 215 MW of operating assets by year end 2023.
The Sustainability Hub, a partnership between Summit Ridge Energy, 548 Enterprise, Ecademy and the Power52 Foundation, plans to train veterans and other Illinois residents for solar careers.
Initial demonstration projects are focused on select customers that have experienced outages in recent years.
The company leveraged its experience in cold weather projects to support the clean energy deployment.
Also on the rise: Zinc8 to manufacture its first zinc-air batteries in the U.S. Ameresco and Inovateus Solar announced the completion of a 2.62 MW solar project on a brownfield site. And more.
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