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Sunnova secures $3 billion Department of Energy loan

The agreement will advance Project Hestia, a low-income distributed clean energy program.

Solar wafer prices fall for first time in three months

In a new weekly update for pv magazine, OPIS, a Dow Jones company, provides a quick look at the main price trends in the global PV industry.

October 14 eclipse to cost U.S. states up to 17% of daily solar generation

In a new weekly update for pv magazine, Solcast, a DNV company, reports that North and South America are set to experience an annular eclipse on October 14, which means that some regions could lose a significant portion of their daily solar energy production. The path of the eclipse tracks across the southwestern United States, from Oregon to Texas, before continuing through Mexico, Central America and ending in Brazil, though impacts will be seen across all of the contiguous US and the top of South America.

Teeing up the “Solar + Decade”

George Hershman, executive chair of SEIA and chief executive of SOLV Energy shares his perspective on aspects of the Inflation Reduction Act one year later.

Payne Institute report assesses supply chain variables for critical minerals

Multi-disciplinary experts from the Colorado School of Mines worked together to assess the social economic and policy implications of the race to secure an ethical and reliable domestic supply chain.

California ends summer with 5 GW energy storage record

As fall arrives in the northern hemisphere, California sets a record for most utility-scale battery capacity instantaneous usage, with a long stretch exceeding 2 GWh of output.

Sunrise brief: Solar module prices are falling with no end in sight

Also on the rise: The win-win of agrirvoltaics, long duration energy storage emerges, and more.

Critical roles emerging for long-duration energy storage

As more renewable energy comes online each year, the added flexibility and resiliency that energy storage provides has never been more critical—because our grid is not as stable as it needs to be.

Shifting state policies reshape distributed solar in the U.S.

Major residential solar markets policy changes essentially necessitate battery energy storage attachment, while other policies are launching community solar markets.

The win-win of agrivoltaics

The process of pairing solar with agriculture has proven to be mutually beneficial for farmers and solar developers.

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