Corporates Almost Match Utilities As Solar Installs Hit New High In the US

A report by the American Clean Power Association (ACPA) highlights the key role played by corporate demand in solar power, with the 2020 numbers as reference. Residential rooftop continues to provide a strong support to the market on the back of state subsidies. In 2020, the amount of solar installed in the US was 4000% […]

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As EV Costs Drop, States’ Efforts to Ease Barriers Vary Dramatically: Report

According to a report by ACEEE, there are many states in the United States that have done little to reduce barriers for EV adoption. With transportation now the largest source of US greenhouse gas emissions, several states are taking comprehensive steps to help enable residents and businesses to use and charge electric vehicle (EV), yet […]

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Sungrow Cumulative Shipments to the Americas Cross 10 GW Mark

Sungrow, a leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, has announced recently that its cumulative shipments in the Americas has hit the milestone of 10 GW by the end of 2020, underlining its position in the deep decarbonisation of the local economy. Significant process made in a challenging year With a continued upward growth trajectory in […]

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Vestas Secured Orders Worth 417 MW in the Netherlands and USA

Vestas has announced that it has secured two orders worth a combined 417 MW in wind turbine deliveries for new projects in the USA and repowering contracts in the Netherlands.  The first order is from SwifterwinT op Land, a collaboration of more than 170 residents and entrepreneurs in the Netherlands, which has placed a 207 MW […]

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Vestas Bags Wind Orders Worth 500 MW in Brazil and USA

Global wind energy major Vestas has announced that it has secured two orders for almost 500 MW of wind energy projects in Brazil and USA. In Brazil, the firm has signed a new agreement with Casa dos Ventos for the 360 MW Babilônia project, located in the cities of Morro do Chapéu and Várzea Nova, […]

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NextEra in the US, Adani Green In India, More Similar Than They Seem

One is the market cap leader among renewable firms in India, and going by its project pipeline, a potential global leader. The other is the world’s largest solar and wind energy firm owned by investors, poised to enter the next big opportunity in electric mobility too. The renewable energy boom, when it comes in, surprised […]

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Canadian Solar Comments on ITC Complaint Filed by Solaria

China-based solar module manufacturer Canadian Solar has responded to the new ITC complaint filed by the Solaria Corporation. The company has stated that: Over the past five months, Canadian Solar has been vigorously litigating a patent lawsuit filed by Solaria in April 2020 in the US District Court in Oakland, California, entitled The Solaria Corporation v. Canadian Solar Inc., […]

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American Land Agency Lagging Behind in Shift to Renewables: IEEFA

A new analysis by IEEFA stated that the Bureau of Land Management has lagged in responding to America’s shift to renewables in the national energy economy. The Bureau of Land Management, the single biggest steward of real estate in the US, often finds itself in the crossfire of heated arguments over how best to use […]

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BP Takes 50% Stake in two Offshore Wind Projects of Equinor for $1.1 Bn

Equinor has entered into an agreement with BP to sell 50% interest in two offshore wind assets on the US east coast at a reported USD 1.1 billion value Equinor has announced that it has entered into an agreement with BP to sell 50 percent non-operated interests in the Empire Wind and Beacon Wind assets […]

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