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Sunrise brief: Ohio regulators set hearing for proposed 350 MW solar project

Also on the rise: PosiGen, a provider of solar PV and energy efficiency solutions to low-to-moderate income households announced the close of a $100 million preferred equity financing. iSun receives its largest order yet for solar canopies for EV charging stations. Recurrent Energy completes sale of Firefly Energy solar project in Virginia.  Solar Energy World, energyOrbit, and Fusion Fuel Green announce new hires.

Ohio regulators set hearing for proposed 350 MW solar project

The 350 MW Harvey Solar Project is expected to create between 300 and 400 jobs and generate $3.15 million in property tax revenue for the county.

Policy leads the way: Impactful action at the state level in 2021

While federal policy action (or inaction) grabs all the headlines, let’s look back at some of the most impactful state and local developments from 2021.

Ohio regulators approve another 600 MW of solar

The projects include the 275 MW Cadence Solar Energy project, one of the largest projects to be approved for construction in the Buckeye State.

Gravity-based energy storage tower developer notches a customer order

Energy Vault signed a $520 million deal to supply 1.6 GWh of energy storage to DG Fuels to produce renewable hydrogen and a variety of fuels.


Ohio siting board approves 264 MW of new solar

Clearview Solar I and Ross County Solar are the state’s latest utility-scale project approvals with more expected.

RFP alert: FirstEnergy units seek RECs for Ohio renewable energy goals

The companies plan to buy more than 425,000 RECs, which may include solar renewable energy credits.

Watch: Roll-forming solar racking system for ballasted membrane roofs

The novel system secures panels on ballasted roofs and is intended not to compromise the roof’s structural integrity.

Ohio approves more than 530 MW of solar additions

Three utility-scale projects won approval, contributing a surge of capacity to what has been a busy year for solar in Ohio.

B&W takes a majority stake in a solar energy contractor

The 150-year-old Ohio-based company has long been a player in the global fossil generation sector, and recently is pivoting toward renewable energy.

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