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Wood Mackenzie sees $114 billion in US renewables investments by 2031

The advanced manufacturing production (AMPC) credit and domestic content requirement (DCR) will be key to supporting the rapid development of the US renewable energy economy, says Wood Mackenzie.


Schneider Electric releases residential solution with battery, inverter, EV charger

Schneider Electric’s new Schneider Home platform includes a smartphone app to monitor and allocate energy resources.


Solar4America begins module production at 2.4 GW US factory

Solar4America says it will ramp up production of its US-made modules to 2.4 GW later this year. Its factory in Sacramento, California, includes production lines for 410 W and 550 W modules.

Novel ice dispatch storage system for building applications

Nostromo Energy has developed a modular cold energy storage system that operates as a virtual power plant. The company will receive a loan, supported by the US Department of Energy (DoE), for the installation of a 120-building energy storage portfolio in California and other US states.

Testing prairie and pollinator agrivoltaics at a former nuclear power site

A team in the US will create a pollinator habitat under a 160 MW utility-scale solar project and measure changes in energy, soil carbon, and management costs at the site.

Stellantis signs second-largest corporate PPA in US history

Stellantis – the manufacturer of Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat and Jeep vehicles – has signed the second-largest corporate power purchase agreement in the United States, after Ford.


US startup develops solar-powered agricultural dehydrator

UA Technologies has developed PV-powered crop dehydration products that don’t require oil and gas fuel.


US to deploy 30 GW/111 GWh of grid-scale energy storage by 2025

The US energy storage market hit an inflection point in 2020. The Energy Information Administration expects the deployment of grid-scale storage to pick up over the next three years.


Enel Green Power confirms plans to build 3 GW solar module factory in US

Enel, which already runs a solar factory on the Italian island of Sicily, said its new US plant with be its second global PV manufacturing facility.

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