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Fire department nets 40% tax credit and $18,000 state rebate for rooftop solar

A fire station in Superior, Wisconsin will save on energy bills and cut emissions with solar.

Sunrise brief: Georgia rooftop solar program “levels the playing field” for low-income households

Also on the rise: Tesla releases API for solar, Powerwall, EV charger. Heat pump awareness. And more.

Alliant Energy deploys six new solar projects in Wisconsin 

The new batch of projects are among 12 utility-scale solar installations that are part of Alliant Energy’s clean energy blueprint.

The largest solar facility in Wisconsin is now active

The 300 MW project serves Madison Gas and Electric and WE Energies customers.

Organic flow battery developer nets $106 million growth investment

CmBlu received funding to scale its long-duration energy storage systems.

Sunrise brief: One year after passage of the IRA, the renaissance has begun 

Also on the rise: Domestic content guidance on solar cells and structural steel. Siemens to open U.S. utility-scale solar inverter factory. And more.

Three ways that community solar can grow Wisconsin’s economy

Forward Analytics estimates that building 350 solar installations will grow Wisconsin’s economy by funding local businesses, stimulating the regional real estate market and increasing jobs.

Supply chain company sources clean energy at five new locations

Arvato Supply Chain Solutions is sourcing solar and wind energy in different ways depending on the region, including through a community choice aggregator.

Sunrise brief: Enphase to expand microinverter manufacturing in the U.S.

Also on the rise: Wisconsin utility decision could spur more rooftop solar development. 50 states of solar incentives–Oklahoma. And more.

Inside the IRA: Updated Energy Community maps and questions from Charles River Associates

Charles River Associates sees challenges in datasets and definitions across all three areas of the Energy Community clause. Pending guidance from the Treasury Department has the potential to affect up to 20% of all eligible areas.

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