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Q Cells announces $2.5 billion investment in US solar supply chain

Q Cells plans to manufacture 3.3 GW of solar ingots, wafers, cells, and finished modules in a new facility in the US state of Georgia.


Luminia ends 2022 with $2.5 billion in solar financing requests

Luminia, which has a 600 MW-plus project pipeline, is actively developing community solar installations and other projects, primarily across the northeastern United States.

CubicPV plans 10 GW of conventional silicon wafer production

CubicPV, backed by $26 million in new funding, has announced plans to make silicon wafers in the United States, which would fill a critical gap in the US solar supply chain.


US government allocates $8 million to support agrivoltaics

The US government’s FARMS projects will examine multiple configurations of solar system design, crops, and cultivation methods in order to develop replicable models that may offer new economic opportunities.


Trade, supply chain issues delay impact of US Inflation Reduction Act

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and Wood Mackenzie said in a new report that they anticipate a 23% decline in US solar installations in the fourth quarter.


Paths to commercial success for renewable energy tech

Analysts have studied lab-to-market pathways for clean energy technologies, including First Solar’s cadmium-telluride thin-film solar modules.


Canadian company unveils portable off-grid solar, battery kit

SEI Logistics has developed a portable, folding solar panel kit with batteries. The system is designed to work in harsh, remote environments.


US government calls for continued tariffs on solar imports

A new US government ruling is a mistake that the solar industry will have to deal with for the next several years, according to a solar trade group CEO.


US startup raises $120 million to expand deployment of VPPs

Swell Energy has raised funds to support the development of virtual power plants (VPP) and the deployment of 200 MWh of additional contracted capacity.


US battery maker unveils solid-state storage systems for residential applications

Amptricity has emerged from stealth mode with plans to manufacture solid-state batteries for residential and commercial installations.


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