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People on the move: Advantage Capital Renewables, New Energy Equity, and more

Job moves in solar, storage, cleantech, utilities and energy transition finance.

NYPA prequalifies 79 developers and investors for renewable projects

The developers and investors were selected based on a Request for Information (RFI) issued in March that sought to assess potential interest and opportunities for solar, wind, battery storage, green hydrogen, geothermal, and related transmission projects.

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Strong state solar policies boost adoption of distributed energy

Of the 29 GW of solar installed in the U.S. in 2023, 31% was distributed solar, according to the Institute for Local Self-Reliance.

Sunrise brief: U.S. government doubles tariff rates on PV cell imports from China to 50%

Also on the rise: Midea unveils outdoor residential heat pump. Catalyze secures $100 million to support 79 MW New York solar portfolio. And more.

Catalyze secures $100 million to support 79 MW New York solar portfolio

The funding comes from NY Green Bank, which is requiring that a significant percentage of solar project subscribers benefit disadvantaged communities.

People on the move: Schneider Electric, Lightsource bp, GoodFinch and more

Job moves in solar, storage, cleantech, utilities and energy transition finance.

People on the move: Wood Mackenzie, Trina Solar, New Leaf Energy and more

Job moves in solar, storage, cleantech, utilities and energy transition finance.

Solar worker payment structure creates unsafe environment, said report

Pay, benefits, and tenure vary widely among solar workers, and a per-panel-installed payment structure may cause safety issues, said a study from Cornell University.

A second solar project takes off at JFK airport

TotalEnergies began construction of an onsite solar-plus-storage system, providing energy to Port Authority and Con Edison, as well as community solar for area residents.

Neighbors like solar, to a point

Research indicates that most neighbors of solar power facilities maintain positive attitudes toward these plants until they exceed 100 MW in capacity or approximately 400 acres.