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Major U.S. bank signs $140 million tax equity deal for Louisiana solar project

Barclays and Lightsource bp agree to finance deal to construct 180 MW Prairie Ronde solar farm in St. Landry Parish.

Recurrent Energy secures $160 million for Louisiana solar project

Microsoft will be the sole offtaker of energy produced by the 98 MW Bayou Galion Solar project, supporting its goal to be carbon negative by 2030.

Five solar e-posters from the CleanPower Expo

In May, the CleanPower Expo in New Orleans convened over 8,000 energy professionals. Here are five posters on solar energy that caught our eye.


Sunrise brief: Debt ceiling bill is a mixed bag for clean energy and the environment

Also on the rise: Maxeon claims 24.7% efficiency for IBC solar module. 50 states of solar incentives–Washington. And more.

Lightsource bp raises financing for 368 MW pollinator and bird-friendly projects

Investment brings economic growth and environmental benefits to Indiana and Louisiana communities, leverages Inflation Reduction Act’s advantages for made-in-America products 

Sunrise brief: President Biden vetoes legislation to repeal moratorium on solar tariffs

Also on the rise: Utility-scale solar interconnection costs up as much as 400%. Researchers assess degradation in PV systems older than 15 years. And more.

Proposal filed for 500 MW of Louisiana industrial solar and workforce development

A $27 million workforce development program and $55 million carbon-impacted community resilience was proposed by Distributed Sun.


PosiGen procures $250 million debt facility to fund energy communities projects

The new funding commitment will provide expansion into additional markets nationwide for PosiGen, with a direct focus on serving households with high energy burdens who stand to benefit the most from transitioning to clean energy.

Historic New Orleans opera house goes solar

Opened in 1853, the Marigny Opera House activated a 32 kW rooftop solar array across two south facing roof planes.

Creating success and energy justice in community solar markets

With risks to developers, challenges for LMI customers, and public utility opposition, community solar is still expected to expand throughout Mid-Atlantic states, noted experts at the SEIA Finance Tax and Buyers Seminar held this week in New York City.

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