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Sunrise brief: Five community solar projects coming to disadvantaged communities in California

Also on the rise: 50 states of solar incentives–Indiana. Solar may cover the world’s electricity demand with 0.3% of its land area. And more.

50 states of solar incentives: Indiana

The Hoosier State has a prohibitive residential PV market with net metering recently phased out, while its utility market enjoys 878.8 MW of new projects.

Upswing in PJM interconnection costs amid energy transition, report says

Huge growth in interconnection requests along with lengthy reviews and high project withdrawal rates motivated PJM to create a “first-ready, first-served” approach in 2022, Berkeley Lab notes.

North American EV battery production forecast to reach 1 TWh annually by 2030

Rust Belt states of the Midwest have estimated production capacity of 30 GW to over 100 GW per year of EV batteries, with California and Ontario adding capacity as well.

RFP alert: AEP unit seeks solar and wind projects in PJM and ERCOT territories

In PJM, AEP is seeking solar and wind PPA proposals from 10 to 15 years, while in Texas it’s seeking solar REP agreements of 12 years or less.

USDA provides funding to solar-powered agricultural dehydrator

JUA Technologies has developed PV-powered crop dehydration products that don’t require electricity, oil and gas fuel.

Sunrise brief: More solar module manufacturing coming to the U.S.

Also on the rise: The day Indiana rooftop solar died. Is hydrogen about to have its solar moment? And more.

The day Indiana rooftop solar died

Since July, only two customers have installed solar in NIPSCO’s 1.2 million customer territory following a new net metering rulemaking. The case has been elevated to the Supreme Court.

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Altus Power increases portfolio by 100 MW, increasing revenue 51%

The commercial and industrial PV developer grew its portfolio over the last quarter by acquiring a 100 MW portfolio of assets in 5 states.

Nano-grid home runs solely on DC power

A team of researchers at Purdue University are retrofitting a 1920s home to run completely on DC current.

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