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Maine community solar project subscriptions to be managed by Energywell

The Bangor, Maine 2.8 MW project is UGE’s largest community solar project to date and will be built on a vacant field on the outskirts of Bangor, owned by Grant Realty.

DOE workforce program matches recent grads with energy fellowship opportunities

The second round of the Clean Energy Innovator Fellowship Program aims to help fellows gain career expertise, plus meet clean energy workforce needs.

Solar-plus-storage system begins operation at Camp Lejeune

Duke Energy added an 11 MWh battery storage system to the 13 MW solar plant on the Marine Corps base camp in North Carolina.

Weekly Solar Earnings Recap: Array, Pineapple Energy and SMA Solar

pv magazine USA’s recap of notable upstream solar, integrated solar, finance and rooftop installers that reported fourth quarter or fiscal year earnings over the last week.

Top five battery energy storage system design essentials

Before beginning BESS design, it’s important to understand auxiliary power design, site layout, cable sizing, grounding system and site communications design.

Sunrise brief: Tesla’s Solar Roof falls far short of expectations

Also on the rise: Canada outlines a plan that mirrors U.S. Inflation Reduction Act. Spade software ‘revolutionizes’ agrivoltaic design. And more.

Solar, microgrids and EV buses discussed at first Clean Energy Schools Symposium

More than 50 school system leaders representing 16 U.S. states joined policy makers in Washington, D.C. this week at the first-ever Clean Energy Schools Symposium.

Tesla misses its own expectations for Solar Roof deployments 

Three years ago Tesla said it expected to install 1,000 solar roofs per week, which would have amounted to 156,000 Solar Roofs in that time period. Wood Mackenzie reports that only 3,000 have been installed to date.


Canada formalizes six-year 30% federal ITC credit, among other incentives

The made-in-Canada plan mirrors the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act, including two new ITCs targeting clean energy and technology manufacturing that will remain at 30% through 2033, stepping down to 15% in 2034 before phasing out altogether after 2034.

EDP Renewables places order for 1.8 GW of First Solar modules

With this strategic agreement, EDPR increases its commitment to U.S. domestic content, while also pursuing its strategy of supply chain and technology diversification.