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APsystems Joins Certainteed’s Solar Panel Warranty Approved Vendor List

APsystems, a provider of solar microinverter technology, has been included in the CertainTeed Solstice Panel warranty approved vendor list (AVL). This strategic partnership marks a significant advancement for the solar industry, offering unprecedented warranty coverage for solar roofing systems. With this new relationship, credentialed contractors who install CertainTeed’s Solstice Panels with APsystems microinverters will now […]

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Green Lantern Solar Completes Sale of Two Projects to Madison Energy

Renewable energy developer Green Lantern Solar has closed on the sale of two fully permitted community solar projects to Madison Energy Infrastructure. Both projects, each with a capacity of 975 kilowatts AC, are under construction in Maine and expected to be completed in 2024. The Mechanic Falls solar project is 1504.2 kW DC located on […]

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Avangrid Installs First Solar Panels at Powell Creek Project in Ohio

Avangrid Inc., a sustainable energy company and member of the Iberdrola Group, recently installed the “Golden Row” at its Powell Creek solar project in Putnam County, Ohio, near Miller City. The Golden Row represents the first row of solar panels that the rest of construction will be modeled after. With the Golden Row in place, […]

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Platte River, Qcells Partnership Brings Massive Solar Project to Colorado

Platte River Power Authority and turnkey solutions partner Qcells USA Corp. broke ground July 10 on northern Colorado’s largest solar generation project. “Black Hollow Solar represents a major milestone in our journey of working toward our noncarbon energy goals as outlined in the board-approved Resource Diversification Policy,” says Jason Frisbie, Platte River general manager/CEO. “We […]

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EMI Sells Bent Bow Community Solar Project to Standard Solar

Standard Solar has acquired a 4.98 MW solar project in Doña Ana County, N.M. from Energy Management, Inc. (EMI) The Bent Bow community solar project, which EMI began development of in 2021, contributes to the 30 MW allocated to El Paso Electric under New Mexico’s Community Solar Act.  “The acquisition of this community solar project […]

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Mammoth North Solar Project Anticipates Upcoming Commercial Operations

Doral Renewables is celebrating the upcoming start of commercial operations for its 400 MW Mammoth North Solar project. The project is the first phase of the company’s 1.3 GW Mammoth Solar complex, located in Indiana. It includes agrivoltaics operations, with 1,500 sheep serving as the project’s vegetation management, run by local farmer Billy Bope. “Celebrating […]

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New Tariffs Could Undermine America’s Solar Progress, Says Analysis

Potential tariffs resulting from the antidumping and countervailing duty (AD/CVD) investigations into solar cells and modules imported from Southeast Asia could increase costs to a point that restrict solar supply and installations in the U.S. This is according to the new Clean Energy Associates analysis, commissioned by the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE), on […]

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Hithium Deploys Largest BESS Project to Date in Eastern Europe

Stationary battery manufacturer Hithium has successfully deployed the largest battery energy storage system (BESS) project in Eastern Europe to date, with a capacity of 55 MWh. This solar plus storage project was realized completely by EPC company Solarpro in Razlog, southwestern Bulgaria, where the project is located. The new facility officially went live in early […]

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S-5! Clamps Earn Florida Product Approvals

S-5! standing seam clamps, with utilizations that include solar installations, have earned Florida Product Approvals (FPA) for High Velocity and Hurricane Zone (HVHZ). The company says it is first metal roof attachment manufacturer to earn FPA for HVHZ certification.  “FPA has different levels of approvals, and HVHZ is the most demanding one,” says Rob Haddock, […]

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Dominion Energy Virginia Seeks PPAs from Renewables in PJM Territory

Dominion Energy Virginia (DEV) has issued an RFP seeking power purchase agreements (PPAs) from renewable and other carbon-free energy sources in a region that includes 12 Mid-Atlantic states and the District of Columbia. DEV will only consider proposals for facilities located within the PJM territory, except for facilities located in Virginia, with electrical output from […]

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New Jersey Signs Multi-State Electricity Transmission Agreement

New Jersey has joined a consortium of 10 Northeast states in signing an MOU establishing a framework for coordinated activities aimed at improving interregional transmission planning and development for grid reliability enhancement. Last year, a group of these states led a request to the U.S. Department of Energy to convene a multi-state initiative, the Northeast […]

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Canadian Solar’s e-STORAGE to Deliver Nova Scotia Grid-Scale BESS

Canadian Solar’s e-STORAGE, part of the company’s subsidiary CSI Solar, has secured a contract from Nova Scotia Power to develop flagship energy storage projects totaling 150 MW, in Bridgewater, Waverley and White Rock. Construction is set to be completed by 2026, with the first site expected to be operational by next year. e-STORAGE will provide […]

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