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Solar market update: Southeast U.S.

State-by-state insights shared at the RE+ Southeast conference held in Atlanta this month.


Citizens groups criticize TVA’s decision to build a 1.5 GW gas plant

TVA decided not to choose solar and storage despite 15 GW of such projects in its interconnection queue. TVA’s board of directors could overturn the gas plant decision, said an environmental law group spokesperson.

Sunrise brief: Carbon capture hubs could present solution for industrial emitters

Also on the rise: ASICS doubles the solar on Mississippi distribution center. The states of Nevada and Arkansas stand center stage in the development of lithium projects. And more.

ASICS doubles the solar on Mississippi distribution center

The additional 1 MW of solar is projected to provide $100,000 in energy savings in the first year, with the environmental benefits of the combined systems estimated to offset the electricity of around 290 households annually.

Sunrise brief: U.S. adds 33 GW of solar in 2023

Also on the rise: 2024 will be a year of recovery for residential solar, says Enphase co-founder. Largest solar installation in Mississippi begins operations. And more.

Largest solar installation in Mississippi begins operations

The 135 MWdc Delta’s Edge solar farm will provide clean energy to over 14,000 homes in the state.

Construction begins on 550 MW solar / 150 MW energy storage in Mississippi

Origis Energy and the Tennessee Valley Authority announced the facilities, which will be built in three phases.

Microsoft invests in 6.6 MW solar facility in Mississippi

Clearloop received an upfront payment for long-term renewable energy credits from Microsoft, a decarbonization investment in the Panola II Solar Farm.

Increasing restrictions on siting solar in the U.S.

A study from Columbia University has identified 59 new local renewable energy siting restrictions across 35 states in the U.S., taking the total count to 228. In addition, nine state level restrictions were noted as being severe enough to block projects.


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.