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Minnesota legislature passes energy infrastructure permitting reforms

The legislation removes key roadblocks to the development of solar, wind and battery energy storage.

NYPA prequalifies 79 developers and investors for renewable projects

The developers and investors were selected based on a Request for Information (RFI) issued in March that sought to assess potential interest and opportunities for solar, wind, battery storage, green hydrogen, geothermal, and related transmission projects.

NREL-led consortium releases PV reliability forecasting tools

The Durable Module Materials consortium (DuraMAT) announced in its latest annual report the availability of new PV forecasting tools, and new research results towards the goal of more reliable PV modules.

What are states doing to make virtual power plants a reality?

With policymakers, utilities, and private enterprise working collaboratively to find solutions that work for a given state’s unique circumstances, we will surely see continued growth of virtual power plants.

Sunrise brief: New domestic content guidance simplifies calculations

Also on the rise: Strong state solar policies boost adoption of distributed energy. Trends in residential solar finance, equipment and maintenance. And more.

Strong state solar policies boost adoption of distributed energy

Of the 29 GW of solar installed in the U.S. in 2023, 31% was distributed solar, according to the Institute for Local Self-Reliance.

Trends in residential solar finance, equipment and maintenance

An installer survey shared typical loan terms, top equipment brands and what to expect from system maintenance services.

Simplified calculation for accessing the solar domestic content bonus

A 10% tax credit incentive is added to solar projects that achieve a determined amount of U.S.-made components. New simplified calculations for eligibility are released.

Silfab receives funds to develop U.S.-made back-contact N-type solar cells

Silfab Solar is one of seven awardees of DOE funding for projects that will use dual-use PV technologies to electrify buildings, decarbonize the transportation sector and reduce land-use conflicts.

Arevon breaks ground on 228 MW solar project in Indiana

The project is expected to provide enough electricity for the equivalent of 25,000 homes.

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