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SunRun’s Q3 earnings reveal strong growth

Sunrun has reported a strong third quarter, as order volumes have increased significantly.

Enphase reports 3Q revenue rebound, aided by new storage product

An improved quarter for Enphase was carried partially by the U.S. launch of the Encharge storage system, as well as impressive revenue improvements in the European market.

Swift Solar to push perovskite market forward

Born from an Oxford research group, the startup is looking to make its name by developing all-perovskite tandems – something no other company has done.


Floating solar nearing price parity with land-based US solar

Four years ago, there were just two floating solar arrays in the United States. But by the end of this year, there will be more than 20.


kWh Analytics unveils tool to address optimistic pricing, underperformance in PV projects

Jigar Shah, the president of Generate Capital, says that accuracy will come with the use of “objective market data.”

General Electric, Shell looking for exits as energy transition accelerates

The two energy giants have announced plans to pivot away from fossil fuel assets as they expand their renewable footprints.

Clean energy inequity can be addressed with data, coordination and policy change at a local level

Communities of color in the United States are benefiting less from clean energy technologies and, as a result, are paying more for energy.

More utilities bypassing natural gas bridge and going straight to renewables

Utilities that are transitioning away from coal are starting to view the creation of a natural gas “bridge” to renewable energy as an unnecessary step.


Data shows solar asset underperformance and bias towards optimistic pricing

Solar assets are underperforming far more frequently than official energy estimates would suggest, according to the industry experts who contributed to KwH Analytics’ 2020 solar risk assessment report.


Advanced macro grid initiative announced in US

Bill Gates and Breakthrough Energy see enhanced transmission as facilitating electrification and grid reliability. Increasing transmission development at the “seams” between regions could save consumers more than $47 billion and return more than $2.50 on every dollar invested.


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