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Tesla orders 45 GWh of EV batteries from CATL

Reports calculated that the single order would be enough to support production of 800,000 vehicles.


Air Products plans $4.5 billion investment in blue hydrogen facility

A new Air Products project in Louisiana is expected to create 170 permanent jobs and represents its largest-ever investment in the United States.


What energy storage can learn from solar’s import woes

If a U.S. customs enforcement action were to take place, importers would need to prove that no forced labor was used at any stage of production, including all the way back to the mine.

SunPower buys US solar system provider for $165 million

The company said it will consider options for its Commercial & Industrial Solutions business including new ownership.


Supply shortages likely to hit utility energy storage as EV demand grows, IHS Markit says

Cell manufacturers are expected to prioritize larger customers in the automotive industry over relatively small energy storage system integrators.


Meyer Burger to open 400 MW solar module factory in US

Meyer Burger plans to open a U.S. factory with an initial production capacity of 400 MW per year, with the potential to scale it up to multiple gigawatts of capacity.


SEIA warns of US solar industry ‘death blow’ as Washington mulls tariffs

The Solar Energy Industries Association has criticized a group of U.S. companies for asking Washington to impose tariffs on PV imports from three Asian nations.

Work starts on 80 MW behind-the-meter solar project in the US

The array will supply energy to a steel mill in Texas and is expected to reach commercial operation by the summer of 2023.

US solar association warns that tariffs could jeopardize one-third of solar projects by 2023

Anti-dumping tariffs would jeopardize 18 GW of solar projects by 2023, the US Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) said in a letter to the Commerce Department.

Price increases hit US solar as trade uncertainties with China cloud growth goals

Price increases, supply chain disruptions, and a series of trade risks are threatening the U.S.’s ability to decarbonize the grid, warned SEIA president and CEO Abigail Ross Hopper.

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