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Arizona chosen as site for 12 GWh lithium-ion battery facility

One of the first lithium-ion battery manufacturing facilities wholly owned by a U.S. company is coming to Arizona, as Kore Power selected Maricopa County...

Groups call on DOE to draw a roadmap for TVA to shift to renewables

A coalition of 80 groups, representing interests that range from energy justice to racial justice, is urging the U.S. Department of Energy to release...

U.S. clean power is growing at a sprinter’s pace, and there’s room to run

The U.S. continues to ramp up clean power deployment and related investment, with a record 26 GW brought online in 2020. That brings the total...

Renewables generated a record amount of electricity in 2020, EIA says

In 2020, renewable energy sources (including solar, wind, hydroelectric, biomass, and geothermal energy) generated a record 834 billion kWh of electricity, or about 21%...

Oregon officially commits to 100% clean electricity by 2040

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown celebrated the signing of a bill committing electricity providers to deliver 100% clean power to Oregon customers by 2040 into...

UK government launches competition to spur longer duration energy storage innovation

The U.K. government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is overseeing a ‘longer duration' energy storage competition, with millions up for grabs...

FPL’s ‘community solar’ program reaches its subscription limit

Florida Power and Light (FPL) said that residential subscriptions to its SolarTogether community solar program have sold out, with more than 48,000 confirmed subscribers...

UK government launches competition to spur long-duration energy storage innovation

The U.K. government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is overseeing a “longer duration” energy storage competition, with millions up for grabs...

Arc-shaped PV system for agrivoltaics from Germany

German EPC contractor Goldbeck Solar has developed an arc-shaped PV system for applications in agrivoltaic projects. Called MarcS, the system was developed in partnership with...

Ohio regulators consider another 470 MW of solar

A monumental summer for the future of Ohio solar is continuing strong, as the state’s Power Siting Board is set to conduct two hearings...

SolSmart brings in four new advisor organizations to help cities remove barriers to solar growth

The national SolSmart program has selected four new advisor organizations to provide hands-on local assistance helping communities from Idaho to Puerto Rico encourage the...

Japan revises 2030 targets, plans to double renewables

The unprecedented Tokyo Olympic Games mean the world’s attention is focused on Japan, and The Land of the Rising Sun’s Ministry of Economy, Trade...

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Integration methodologies for solar-assisted heat pumps

A group of scientists from Italy’s Politecnico di Milano has analyzed the existing integration methodologies to combine a photovoltaic-thermal (PVT) unit with a vapor...

Jakson unveils 21% efficient mono PERC solar modules

Jakson Group has launched the Helia series of high-output PV modules using half-cut mono PERC solar cells. The modules are India’s first to reach...

Germany installed 2.75 GW of PV in first half of 2021

Germany saw the addition of 428.5 MW of new PV capacity in June, according to the latest figures from the Federal Network Agency –...

RFP alert: Con Edison and Orange & Rockland are looking for battery energy storage capacity

Con Edison of New York and its affiliate Orange & Rockland issued a joint request for proposals for developers to place large battery storage...