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National lab and Youngstown State partner to develop battery manufacturing workforce

The Energy Department said the U.S. is in a period of “tremendous advancement in battery technologies, presenting new opportunities for electric vehicles and energy storage systems.”

Could HB 786 halt the growth of solar in Ohio?

The controversial legislation looks to ban the development and construction of new solar and wind farms greater than 50 MW in capacity in the Buckeye State for the next three years

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Ohio bill looks to ban large-scale solar development

Just a year removed from the passing of the state’s controversial House Bill 6, legislation has been introduced that would halt the development and buildout of large-scale renewable projects for up to three years.

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Morning Brief: Solar roadway in Georgia, Oakland bans natural gas in new buildings, DC gets solar to the people

Also in the brief: Ohio bill would ban new large solar and wind projects for up to three years

Morning Brief: High-voltage power lines are ugly, and the US needs more

Also in the brief: Ohio bill would ban new large solar and wind projects for up to three years

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First Solar CEO: Ohio must join the fight to save America’s solar industry

Also in the morning brief: America’s largest solar project coming to Northeast Texas… and C2 Energy Capital has purchased California’s largest floating solar project from Ciel & Terre

Morning Brief: Five consequences of a Biden administration for US energy, 150-MW solar project in Wisconsin is complete

Also in the brief: The first of presumably many items on solar-powered turkey farms.

Clean energy election roundup: Nevada to go 50% renewable by 2030, Columbus 100% by 2023

A number of important clean energy initiatives were on the ballot across the country: Boulder, Colorado’s effort to form a municipal utility, Denver’s clean-energy-focused sales tax increase — plus one major utility in Wisconsin’s unprecedented commitment to solar.

First Solar earnings: strong results, Q4 guidance reinstated and a 445 W module on the way

Increased net sales and income per share are coupled with 1.6 GW DC of bookings, reports of a 445 W module and environmental recognition for the Series-6 line, point to yet another successful quarter for the company.

American solar states: Net metering caps nearly met in Michigan, project denial appealed in Pennsylvania

Significant solar developments are happening all across the country, with Wisconsin looking to add nearly 200 MW of utility-scale solar and AEP coming to terms on a power contract for a 50 MW project in Ohio.

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