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Computer model uses AI to detect faults in residential solar

SunDown detects and classifies per-panel faults without the need for additional sensors and was developed by researchers at the University of Massachusetts.

Massachusetts weighs SMART program changes

Some solar developers have said the proposed revisions would remove 90% of Bay State land from solar development opportunities.

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Long-duration flow battery tech wins DOE funding

Four energy storage companies were awarded $18 million as part of the Energy Department’s Long Duration Storage Shot.

Lithium-ion recycler and manufacturer secures $70 million investment

Funds are expected to support commercialization of company’s closed loop battery material production.

Heritage and 6k partner on battery recycling technology

The venture will draw on Heritage’s network to collect, store, and process end-of-life batteries, with 6K’s plasma technology to manufacture cathode-grade battery materials.

Startup round-up: GoSun turns to crowdfunding to help glamping go solar

Also starting up: Vespr wins clean energy award for high-wind panel clamp, and Clearloop aims to enable smaller businesses to invest in solar.

Clean energy catalyst program announces funding awards

The program supports clean energy innovation and technology development across Massachusetts. Here are some of the recent cash awardees in solar and energy storage.

Watch: Gravity-based renewable energy storage tower for grid-scale operations

Energy Vault secured $100 million in Series C funding for its EVx tower, which stores gravitational potential energy for grid dispatch.

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3D printers produce solid-state battery technology for EVs and other uses

California-based Sakuú Corp. has started work on a 2.5 MWh per year pilot facility to produce its 3D-printed solid-state battery tech.

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Ambri secures $144 million for liquid metal battery commercialization

The company plans to commercialize its calcium-antimony liquid metal battery chemistry and open manufacturing facilities to deliver projects in 2023 and beyond.

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