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D.C. area targets 250,000 solar rooftops by 2030

There are currently about 72,000 solar rooftops in the target region that includes Washington D.C., Northern Virginia and parts of Maryland.

Sunrise brief: Nexamp orders 1.5 GW of Heliene solar modules

Also on the rise: Highway-side solar in three California counties can power 270,000 homes. Summit Ridge Energy to develop six rooftop community solar projects in Maryland. And more.

Summit Ridge Energy to develop six rooftop community solar projects in Maryland

The company has also expanded a partnership with climate solutions investor HASI to build and operate a 250 MW community solar portfolio.

Nautilus acquires 23 MW of community solar assets in Maryland

Nautilus is no stranger to community solar in Maryland, having been an early participant in the community solar pilot program. The company owns and manages nearly 90 MW of operational and late-stage development projects in the state.

Rooftop community solar projects a key IRA thrust

At the ACORE Finance Forum, investors said a key challenge that statewide community solar programs do not yet address is how to unlock the opportunity of hundreds of thousands of building rooftops for solar development and bringing access to residents who rent their apartment.

Residential solar developer Suntuity to go public

Suntuity Renewables announced plans to go public this week through a merger with special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), Beard Energy Transition Acquisition Corp.

Sunrise brief: Maryland becomes the 23rd community solar state

Also on the rise: Puerto Rico cannot afford to repay any of utility PREPA’s debt, says analyst. 50 states of solar incentives–Arizona. And more. 

Maryland becomes the 23rd community solar state

With the signing of HB 908, Maryland becomes the 23rd U.S. state to implement a shared-access community solar framework without limitation to accessibility.


Silicon Valley Bank reemerges as a lender, extends credit to Pivot Energy community solar portfolio

Subscribers in the portfolio include municipalities, healthcare, food service, and retail companies, as well as 8,000 low-to-moderate income (LMI) households.

Multi-family housing developer looks to Mass. and Illinois for growth

High Impact Solar is planning on submitting applications for more than 65 projects for the anticipated Q3 2023 low-and-moderate income (LMI) communities adder, even though the developer has yet to see the application, founder John B. Wood said.

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