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$26M Investment In RE Grid Demonstration Projects By Biden Administration

US President Joe Biden has announced a US $26M investment to demonstrate that the US electricity grid can be run fully on renewables and energy storage. The program will investigate how renewable energy can sustain grid dependability and allow it to stay connected during disturbances or reboot it in the event of a shutdown through […]

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South East Asia Solar Exports To US Might Get A Two Year Free Pass

In a possible move to keep up the momentum of Solar capacity build out in the US, President Joe Biden is likely to use his executive authority vested in the Presidency to allow for a two year waiver for imports from South East Asia. This follows the exemptions given to Bifacial module imports earlier, which […]

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Battery Boom Could Redraw Geopolitical Order

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has accelerated a shift to investment in renewables and storage batteries as a way to reduce dependence on imports of fossil fuels a large part of which comes from OPEC and Russia. Dependent on Russia for supply of gas everyday, Europe and USA are desperately trying to break free and access […]

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U.S. to consider tariffs on solar panels made in Southeast Asia

U.S. trade officials on Monday said they will launch an investigation that could result in tariffs on solar panels imported from four Southeast Asian nations, a blow to clean energy project developers that rely on cheap imports to keep costs down. The Commerce Department’s decision regarding imports from Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia was a […]

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US Solar manufacturers raise potential of 30GW mfg capacity for Biden Administration

It seems to be the season for solar manufacturers across countries to expect more. After India, it is the Solar Energy Manufacturing for America (SEMA) Coalition that sent a letter to President Joe Biden requesting the United States President to enact policy solutions basis so that the domestic solar manufacturing can sustain in the long […]

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US Offshore Wind Bids Worth $1.54 Billion; More to Come on Thursday

The United States of America is conducting an important auction for offshore wind energy beyond the coasts of New York and New Jersey. The auction has attracted a record $1.5 billion in bids until now and the exercise will continue on Thursday as well, as informed by the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM). […]

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US Advances ‘Right to Repair’ Bill for Auto, Electronic & Agri Sectors

US Lawmakers have introduced three bills related to the right to repair, one for each of the automotive, agriculture, and electronics industries. These laws are meant to ensure that consumers get vehicles, electronic devices, and agriculture equipment serviced by independent shops. Representative Bobby Rush (D-IL), chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy, […]

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Continued Tariffs On Module Imports to US On Agenda For Biden

While a court ruling might have dented some of the tariffs imposed on module imports, in this case Bifacial module imports to the US, the odds of Trump era tariffs continuing remain high for the foreseeable future. This is as much due to continuing tensions with China, the key target, than the need to allow […]

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