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Sunrise brief: If approved, Ohio solar plant could be largest in nation

Also on the rise: Bipartisan group files to repeal solar tariff moratorium. Town recoups $2.3 million in back taxes with solar on a landfill. And more.

Non-profit group to deploy 2.2 MW rooftop solar on D.C. houses

When complete, the non-profit, Enterprise Community Partners, will have more than 3,000 housing units with installed solar systems.

Upswing in PJM interconnection costs amid energy transition, report says

Huge growth in interconnection requests along with lengthy reviews and high project withdrawal rates motivated PJM to create a “first-ready, first-served” approach in 2022, Berkeley Lab notes.

RFP alert: AEP unit seeks solar and wind projects in PJM and ERCOT territories

In PJM, AEP is seeking solar and wind PPA proposals from 10 to 15 years, while in Texas it’s seeking solar REP agreements of 12 years or less.

Urban Racking to focus on rooftop solar canopies in U.S. metropolitan markets

The company’s first 46 kW solar canopy was recently deployed in Brownsville, NYC, and features a low 4.5% shading factor.

Sunrise brief: Study finds 100% renewables would pay off within 6 years 

Also on the rise: Four steps to creating a sustainable distributed generation strategy. Chicago commits to 100% renewable energy by 2025. And more.

Washington D.C. signs 73 MW solar power purchase agreement

The Public Service Commission approved a long-term power purchase agreement in partnership with Invenergy.

Sunrise brief: Solar jobs–80,000 trained in the last three decades, and that should double in next three years

Also on the rise: Low-income rooftop solar loans in New England. Bifacial solar modules shine in the snow. No cost solar-plus-storage for residents and businesses in Washington D.C. area. And more.

No cost solar-plus-storage planned for residents and businesses in Washington D.C. area

Electriq Power and SEDC Solar are partnering on a program that will provide solar and battery storage systems, complete with maintenance to LMI residents, small businesses, and churches in the Washington D.C. area at no cost to the user.

House of Representatives joins growing opposition to solar anti-circumvention investigation

A group of 85 Representatives signed a letter expressing “grave concern” about the devastating economic and environmental impacts of the investigation.

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