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St. John’s Santa Fe college undergoes solar and energy efficiency makeover

Partnering with Ameresco, the college will install solar, electric vehicle charging and comprehensive energy efficiency measures.

Avangrid to build solar, wind and storage projects on Navajo land

The Navajo Tribal Utility Authority currently has 125 MW of active utility solar projects, with a new 200 MW project to be added near the Grand Canyon by the end of 2023.

Weekly Solar Earnings Recap: Array, Pineapple Energy and SMA Solar

pv magazine USA’s recap of notable upstream solar, integrated solar, finance and rooftop installers that reported fourth quarter or fiscal year earnings over the last week.

New Mexico introduces low-income solar act

SB 432 would require equitable distribution of benefits of on-site solar, limiting utility fees on low-income housing solar installations, and more.

Sunrise brief: New Mexico law seeks solar on every roof, and an EV charger in every garage 

Also on the rise: 50 states of solar incentives–Illinois. Falling costs, 15 GW of US solar module production, and TOPCon trends. And more.

New Mexico law seeks solar on every roof, and an EV charger in every garage

Senator William Soules has filed SB 77, which states that all new homes must have an EV plug, and requires one watt of solar per square foot of heated home space.


Sunrise brief: Crafting a California community solar market 

Also on the rise: Department of Defense maintains strong commitment to renewable energy. Longroad Energy begins construction of its largest solar-plus-storage project. And more.

New Mexico HVDC transmission line to carry 4 GW of renewable energy

New Mexico North Path will help unlock a share of what its local energy authority has estimated is $11 billion of untapped renewable energy investment potential in the state. 

Sunrise brief: New Mexico to require smart inverters 

Also on the rise: First Solar joins Enphase and SolarEdge on the S&P 500 Index. A solar-powered camper boat. And more.

To make room for more distributed solar and storage, New Mexico to require smart inverters

Requiring smart inverters will enable more customers to install rooftop solar and storage without paying for grid upgrades. New Mexico also enabled interconnection of more storage by following guidance in the Interstate Renewable Energy Council’s BATRIES report.

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