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Sunrise brief: IRA one year later and the future of community solar

Also on the rise: Ohio community solar pilot would unlock 1.75 GW market. On the Floor at RE+: $12/module recycling, Tesla Powerwall III specs, EV vegetation management, and more.

Ohio community solar pilot would unlock 1.75 GW market

A bill proposed in Ohio promises to generate $5.6 billion in gross economic output and over $400 million in local tax revenues, said a report from Ohio University.

Sunrise brief: California Public Utilities Commission stacks the deck against rooftop solar

Also on the rise: Private investments in clean energy and manufacturing top $270 billion, GAF Timberline solar shingles recalled for fire hazard, and Ohio tightens screws on large solar facilities…

Ohio tightens screws on large solar facilities

The Ohio Power Siting Board has unveiled new regulations after its five year rule review, including 350 foot setbacks, sound regulations, and an underground drilling contingency plan, addressing the state’s extensive network of fracking pipes.

First Solar to support 12 GW growth trajectory with $1 billion revolving credit

On June 30, the Arizona-based producer of U.S.-made solar panels arranged a new $1 billion credit facility that includes a sub-limit of $250 million of available letters of credit from eleven financial institutions.

First Solar secures 1 GW module order

Capital Power will purchase thin-film solar modules for projects built across North America, with deliveries beginning in 2026.

199,000 job-years await PJM approval of 167 GW of solar, storage and wind

Trade group ACORE recommended long-distance, high-voltage transmission within the PJM grid region along with other, faster measures to help the grid operator approve 167 GW of pending solar, storage and wind projects.

Energy storage production not keeping pace with global demand

A survey by Jabil and SIS International Research found that 88% of respondents are struggling to scale up production of energy storage systems to keep pace with heightened demand in the energy transition.

Clark State to offer paid training program at Big Plain Solar project

Students and interns can learn solar fundamentals and gain an understanding of various components, system architectures, and applications for solar systems.

Community solar legislation introduced in Ohio

If passed, Ohio would become the 24th U.S. state with a statewide community solar program accessible to residents of all walks of life, including low- and moderate-income communities.

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