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Indiana utility’s net metering calculation overturned in court

An attempt to circumvent the state’s already-limited net metering guidelines has been overturned in court, in a decision that distributed generation advocates see as an important step in strengthening the state’s market.

Sunrise brief: U.S. House Committee questions TVA on “hindering” distributed solar

Also on the rise: Maine utility offers settlement for faulty processes. Yotta and Cal Solar Inc. team up on distributed energy to meet California mandate. Day two of Intersolar/Energy Storage North America. Largest Indiana solar park completed. Virtual power plants offer Texas renters low-cost clean energy. Q Cells and KSI to develop solar and storage projects.

EDPR completes the construction of 200 MW solar park, the largest in Indiana

EDP ​​Renewables North America has signed a PPA with cooperative Hoosier Energy to supply communities between the states of Indiana and Illinois from the Riverstart plant.

Sunrise brief: Massachusetts regulators double solar program target from 1600 to 3200 MW

Also on the rise: Tennessee Valley Authority tries to block solar co-op in its territory. Advice for contractors on how to keep a long-term perspective in these uncertain times. New investor for one of largest solar projects in Indiana. CSP provider Heliogen debuts on the NYSE. Enphase acquisition of ClipperCreek launches company into fast-growing market for EV chargers. And more…

EDP Renewables sells stake in 200 MW solar project to Connor Clark & Lunn

The project is among the largest ever proposed in Indiana and Hoosier Energy Rural Electric Cooperative has a 20-year contract in place to buy the electricity generated.

Lightsource BP closes $376 million in financing, breaks ground on two massive projects

The 293 MW Sun Mountain solar project, set to be located in Pueblo, Colorado, and the 173 MW Bellflower solar project, set to be constructed east of Indianapolis will each be among the largest in their respective states.

Solential Energy to bring floating PV to the Midwest

Solential said it is in final negotiations with a major Midwestern city to install the region’s first floatovoltaic solar system.

Midwestern states agree to co-develop an EV charging network

Governors of five states agreed to increase access to electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the Midwest.

Crossroads Solar: Panels made by former prison inmates

The Indiana-based manufacturer hires formerly incarcerated people who are reintegrating into the workforce at its solar module plant.

Indiana utility seeks approval for solar PPAs totaling 335 MW

Oriden and Origis Energy are developing the solar capacity, which could be in service by 2023.

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