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Nine gigawatt solar manufacturing facility being scouted for Qcell module manufacturing

Qcells is communicating with officials in Georgia, South Carolina, and Texas to select a site for a nearly fully vertically integrated 9 gigawatt manufacturing facility


Duke seeks to procure an additional 700MW of solar in 2022

If approved, the new procurement would raise Duke’s total 2022 solicitation to 1,300MW, a figure equivalent to 30% of all the solar the company has installed in North Carolina to date.

Soltage invests in 31MW community solar portfolio

The investment is the company’s third as a part of its Iris capital vehicle, created in partnership with Harrison Street to fund and depl0y 450MW of new distributed solar and storage projects across the United States.

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.

Proterra plans to open EV battery factory in South Carolina

The company’s first battery system factory on the East Coast is expected to produce multiple gigawatt hours of annual battery capacity and create more than 200 new jobs.

EDP Renewables builds 39 distributed solar projects for Walmart

The projects span seven states and total 38.3 MW in capacity.

Soltage and Harrison street partner on a 20 MW community solar and PURPA portfolio

The partnership is the two companies’ second under Soltage’s Iris capital vehicle, and the two ultimately plan on deploying 450 MW of new distributed solar and storage projects across the United States together.

Who is working against distributed solar: State campaigns in the East

A new report explores who is behind efforts to curb distributed energy and solar deployment. In this part, we look at the report’s investigation of state-level campaigns focused on the eastern U.S.


Palmetto launches Instant Proposal service

Using data from Mapdwell, Palmetto can now generate and design a residential solar system proposal in a minute.

Here’s why regulators rejected Duke Energy’s IRPs in South Carolina

Not a single IRP presented under South Carolina’s Energy Freedom Act has been accepted by state regulators. Could that be because the utilities are acting like the law doesn’t exist?

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