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Goldman Sachs invests $250 million in Hydrostor to advance compressed air energy storage projects

The investment is planned to support development and construction of Hydrostor’s 1.1GW, 8.7GWh of Advanced Compressed Air Energy Storage projects that are well underway in California and Australia, and help expand Hydrostor’s project development pipeline globally.


US startup debuts energy storage system

Franklin Whole Home has developed an integrated battery and control system with artificial intelligence. It is inverter-agnostic, can be used to charge electric-vehicle batteries, and turns homes into microgrids when utility services are down.


GAF Energy launches Timberline nailable solar tile

GAF Energy manufactures its Timberline solar tiles at a new facility in California. It claims that the Timberline Solar roof system is unique because it directly integrates solar technology into traditional roofing processes and materials.


Enphase enters EV charging market

The completed acquisition of ClipperCreek launches Enphase Energy into the fast-growing market for electric vehicle charging systems.


Meyer Burger brings 400 MW high-performance solar module manufacturing to Arizona

A diversified and talented workforce, proximity to customers, and strong partnerships on the ground prompted Meyer Burger to establish a PV production site in Goodyear, Arizona, the US.


Air Force lab demonstrates key element for beaming solar power from space

Air Force Research Lab demonstrates key hardware for Arachne flight experiment, which aims to build an operational space-based solar power transmission system.


Three strategic M&A transactions announced in the US

Through three different transactions, AES acquired Community Energy Solar, Stem Inc bought AlsoEnergy, and Enphase took over 365 Pronto.


US solar sector shoring up resilience to cyberattacks

As solar and storage technologies are deployed on the U.S. grid in record numbers, there’s no time like the present to take steps to prevent solar and storage from cyberattacks.

U.S. Trade Commission recommends extension of Section 201 solar tariffs

SEIA responds that a new round of tariffs will hamper U.S. solar development and forestall this administration’s vision of becoming a world leader in clean energy.

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