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Standard Solar and Scout Clean Energy acquired by Brookfield Renewable

Brookfield to invest up to $2 billion in the two renewable energy powerhouses, bringing its development portfolio to 60 GW.

Community bank tax equity financing backs 11.6 MW solar portfolio

Funding for Renewable Properties’ community solar portfolio provided by KeyState Renewable’s SOLCAP solar tax equity fund.

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Zinc8 to manufacture its first zinc-air batteries in the U.S.

Canadian battery developer Zinc8 Energy Solutions announced its plans to begin battery production in the United States incentivized by manufacturing production credits within the Inflation Reduction Act.

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Sunrise brief: The floodgates open for the U.S. solar industry

Also on the rise: California to ban gas-powered car sales by 2035. Production tax credit or investment tax credit? And more.

Amp Energy closes $155 million in financing for solar-plus-storage portfolio

A 61 MW community solar portfolio is financed by KeyBank leading the construction and term debt and U.S. Bank investing in the tax equity of the portfolio.

Sol Systems develops bifacial, single-axis tracking solar project with pollinator habitat

Monroe County Water Authority recently flipped the switch on the 5 MW ground-mounted solar array in Penfield, New York.

University of Rochester partners with Amp Energy on community solar

The University subscribed to six solar facilities and 1 billion kWh over the next 25 years.

Sunrise brief: Battery storage operation under net billing provides virtually no grid value, says Berkeley Lab study

Also on the rise: US added 15 GW generating capacity, 4.2 GW solar in first half 2022. Pairing agrivoltaics and pollinator habitat with community solar in New York. And more.

Pairing agrivoltaics and pollinator habitat with community solar in New York

Renewable Properties unveils a 16-project, 70 MW portfolio that considers land use, habitat and community needs in its design.

Nearly all smart inverter manufacturers will be delivering smart inverters within a year

As several states will soon require smart inverters for new distributed resources, and more are considering such a requirement, nearly all manufacturers will be delivering smart inverters that meet a new industry standard by August 2023, finds an analysis by the Interstate Renewable Energy Council.