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NanoPV to open US manufacturing plant

NanoPV Solar is investing $36 million in a facility to manufacture crystalline silicon and thin-film PV modules, in a move that will create around 500 new jobs.

Arevon Energy taps Tesla for 2 GW/6 GWh of storage supply

Arevon Energy will install Tesla Megapacks at California load centers in a four-year series of projects called the Falcon portfolio.

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Canadian manufacturer to set up 350 MW solar cell factory in New York

Ubiquity Solar plans to annually produce 350 MW of utility-grade PV cells and 1.5 MW of advanced space-grade PV cells for aerospace customers.

LCOE of monofacial, bifacial solar modules

Does higher energy production outweigh an increase in costs? Clean Energy Associates tries to answer this question in a new case study.

How safe are smart EV chargers?

Research has uncovered critical security threats associated with a number of common smart electric-vehicle chargers, but it’s not too late or too logistically difficult to remedy the issues.

US developers target Ohio for big solar capacity additions

U.S. solar projects totaling more than 1.1 GW in potential capacity have public hearings coming up this fall, as the state of Ohio experiences a rush of developer proposals.

McDonald’s, eBay sign up to purchase solar from 345 MW US project

The two companies have signed on to purchase shares of the energy generated by Lightsource bp’s upcoming 345 MW Ventress Solar project.

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US start-up secures $144 million for liquid metal battery commercialization

Ambri plans to commercialize its calcium-antimony liquid metal battery chemistry and open manufacturing facilities to deliver projects in 2023 and beyond.

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New battery chemistry tweak could double EV range

Researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have developed a revolutionary lithium-metal battery chemistry that could allow electric vehicle batteries to almost double their capacity, while also overcoming historic setbacks.

Q Cells, Samsung sign ‘zero energy home’ partnership

Q Cells and Samsung have agreed to combine their hardware and software platforms to develop ‘zero energy homes,’ with on-site energy production and use.

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