A finding that Mexico and China are subsidizing the structural steel products that they export to the United States could have impacts on racking and tracking systems makers.
This Swiss giant is following a trend as large multinational high-tech companies see their role as redesigning infrastructure rather than supplying inverters at ever lower margins. Schneider Electric has pulled out of large scale solar, Siemens’ Kaco acquisition and Junelight launch show increasing interest in the C&I and residential markets, and GE is likely to divest its power conversion business due to low profit margins in that sector.
In today’s brief we also feature conditions on Dominion’s future IRPs and some tax benefits recognized from Georgia solar.
As contract lengths shorten, U.S. solar developers and investors are relying more and more on sales of power in the spot market as the future.
Puerto Rico’s utility has revised its long-term plan to account for the island territory’s new 100% renewable electricity mandate. However, many details look the same – including a lack of interest in utilizing distributed generation to meet reliability needs.
“Another week, another trade crisis.”
The 1.8 GW supply deal is the largest in Canadian Solar’s history, and includes the company’s new BiHiKu high-efficiency bifacial modules.
In this interview with pv magazine, New Energy Nexus CXO Jon Bonanno describes the significant opportunity presented by the federal Opportunity Zone program – and the limited window of time to take full advantage of the program.
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