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TC Energy advances 1 GW pumped hydro energy storage project in Canada

The pumped hydro project aims in part to reduce the amount of electricity that is exported from Ontario to several U.S. states at a loss.

First Solar plans a 3.3 GW Indian module fab

The U.S.-based manufacturer is planning a vertically integrated thin-film solar module manufacturing facility in India. The factory will likely be built in Tamil Nadu and become operational in the second half of 2023.

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Appeals court upholds ITC patent finding

JinkoSolar did not infringe a patent asserted by Hanwha Q CELLS according to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, which affirmed an International Trade Commission finding from 2020.

Residential solar demand is ‘through the roof’

One question is whether or not manufacturers can keep up with demand, particularly inverters and semiconductors.

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Proposed 500 MW pumped storage project secures California state funding

A proposed 500 MW long-duration energy storage project in San Diego County has started a multi-year process to win federal and state approval. If built, it won’t enter into service before 2030.

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Supply chain issues driving up PV prices, delaying US projects, says LevelTen

Around 12% of developers said in a recent LevelTen Energy survey that they are delaying projects.

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Serial inventor aims to change PV value chain by addressing heat

Kent Kernahan has set out to take the heat out of solar cells. He and his partners may end up bringing solar manufacturing jobs to disadvantaged communities, while making low-cost rooftop solar more widely available.

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Philadelphia Solar to build 1 GW module factory

Site negotiations are underway for the facility, which would produce monocrystalline facial and bifacial modules for C&I and utility-scale markets in the United States and abroad.

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Arevon opens 100 MW/400 MWh storage facility in California

Arevon’s new project in California uses 142 Megapacks, which is Tesla’s utility-scale battery storage product.

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First reactions to Biden’s US ban on solar imports from China’s Xinjiang province

The Biden Administration’s decision to ban solar imports from four Xinjiang-based polysilicon manufacturers has already raised concerns. One analyst warns of a “significant negative impact” across the U.S. solar industry.

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