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13 European PV equipment makers pitch their machines to U.S. PV manufacturers

A $1 to $1.5 billion U.S. market opportunity awaits PV equipment manufacturers through 2030, said a McKinsey consultant, at a Washington D.C. event that brought together potential equipment buyers and sellers.


FREYR Battery signs 10 GWh plus battery agreement

The non-binding agreement with Impact Clean Power covers batteries produced through 2030 and may be worth $1.8 billion.

2022 saw a drop in solar funding, strong rise in acquisitions

Mercom reports that it was the second highest year for solar mergers and acquisitions, with an estimated 66 GW of solar projects sold to new buyers in 2022.

Sunrise brief: Researchers develop solar-powered waste-to-fuel system

Also on the rise: Community solar on New Jersey self-storage facility benefits low-income residents. Solar4America begins module production at California factory with wafer plans announced. And more.

Researchers develop solar-powered waste-to-fuel system

The University of Cambridge developed a device that converts plastics and greenhouse gases to usable fuels and products.

Schneider Electric launches home energy management system that integrates solar, storage, EV charging and appliances

The Schneider Home platform’s five components include a smartphone app to help monitor and allocate energy resources.


ADS-TEC Energy to open U.S. EV charging manufacturing facility in Auburn, Alabama

The German company plans to invest $8 million into the new facility which will lead to 180 new jobs.

Solar electric camper boat

The POL Lux from Sweden is a catamaran boat design with dual electric motors and a solar canopy that can covert into a private sleeping area.

Enphase to add 4.8 GW to 7.2 GW of U.S. solar microinverter manufacturing capacity

In a ROTH Capital Partners webinar, Enphase CEO Badri Kothandaraman announced the company will be adding four to six new manufacturing lines in the states.


Ideematec trackers support a 7 GW portfolio in Texas

Solar Proponent and Ideematec are working together with an EPC contractor to finalize the delivery schedules for the first Texas project of approximately 650 MW.

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