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Vivint’s $325 million credit facility, SC regulators nix Pegasus contract: pvMB 08/08/19

In today’s pvMB we also bring you EDPR’s big solar + storage contract with San José’s CCA, Dominion’s battery pilot, a new union-backed training program for renewable energy workers, and more.

De Blasio threatens to municipalize NYC, ratings watches remain for Solar Star: pvMB 7/23/19

Welcome to the Tuesday MB, everybody. Today we’ll also be looking at 20 MW coming to Long Island, Solar Energy Technologies Office’s stakeholder webinars and more!

ConEd shuts Brooklyn off, seeks 1.21+ gigawatt-hours of batteries

While the New York utility struggles with heatwave conditions, the group issues a request for proposals for 310 MW of energy storage power with at least four hours of capacity, with projects due to complete by the end of 2022.

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Cypress Creek to quit EPC business, diversify development

The developer’s new “Go Forward” strategy focuses on development in wholesale markets, diversification beyond PURPA contracts and a wider national reach.

Toyota’s super-high efficiency solar car, Numbers for New York’s energy transition: pvMB 07/09/19

Happy Tuesday and welcome to this edition of the pvMB. On this fine, fine, Tuesday we’ll be looking at five states choosing solar, wind and storage over gas, the Glendale power plant replacement plan, POWERHOME Soalr’s CEO winning an award, and more!

EDF to bring 350 MW to NY, New Hampshire’s new RPS, maybe: pvMB 7/8/19

Hello everybody and welcome back from your long 4th of July weekend, if you had one. Today we’re back with the pvMB and we’ll be looking at $55 million for Long Island energy storage, storage replacing peakers in New York, Direct Solar getting in the Texas football booster game and more!

Women in Power, solar cell pricing down, solar+bird+fire=bad: pvMB 6/28/19

The sun is up, summer is here and PG&E is still paying Topaz, LONGi is hiring in the Bay Area, and Common Energy is installing in today’s pvMB!

Customer acquisition challenges in community solar: An interview with Richard Keiser

In this interview, Common Energy CEO Richard Keiser talks about the challenges of customer acquisition for community solar developers, and how service providers like his company can fill the gaps.

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New York state is going to need 23 GW more solar power

pv magazine USA did the math on the new wind and solar capacity that will be needed to supply power to 20 million people under New York’s new 70% by 2030 mandate. In addition to 6 GW of distributed solar and the 2 GW that has already been awarded in large scale bids, the state is going to need around 15 GW more utility scale solar.

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NY’s renewable mega mandate passes the House, Trump’s “Dirty Power Plan”: pvMB 6/20/19

Hello and welcome to the Thursday morning brief! Boy do we have a packed brief for you, where we’ll be looking at NEXTracker reaching 20 GW of trackers, SEIA calling for an extension of the ITC, 1 GW of US clean energy projects auctioned at NYSE and more!

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