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Smartville Installs MOAB Energy Storage System at UC San Diego

Smartville, a developer of energy storage systems, has deployed its first commercially available product, the MOAB energy storage system, at the University of California San Diego’s Library Annex.  MOAB is a “second-life” energy storage system that integrates and controls repurposed electric vehicle battery packs from different manufacturers at varying levels …

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Cross Country Infrastructure Services Debuts New Construction Equipment

The ALLU Transformer D-Series screening bucket Cross Country Infrastructure Services, a provider of equipment rentals and supplies for renewable energy construction projects, has debuted the ALLU Blue Transformer Series Padding Bucket. Along with the SCAIP Pile-Driver and the Padding Machine, this equipment aims to increase productivity and reduce costs for …

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Canadian Solar Announces Commercial Operation of Three Solar Projects in Japan

Dr. Shawn Qu  Canadian Solar Inc. says three of its Japanese solar power projects totaling 42 MW (Oita Kitsuki, Gunma Takasaki and Yamaguchi Hofu) have reached commercial operation. The projects are powered by Canadian Solar bifacial BiHiKu modules. The expected generated energy was purchased under Japan’s feed-in-tariff program for approximately …

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Sarcos Making Strides with Solar Installation Robotics

Sarcos Technology and Robotics Corp., a provider of advanced robotic systems, has completed the final validation of its Outdoor Autonomous Manipulation of Photovoltaic Panels (O-AMPP) project. Sarcos collaborated with Mortenson, JLG Industries, Array Technologies and Pratt Miller to validate the project through a field trial at a Mortenson project site. According to the Solar Energy …

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Sol Systems, Google Putting Funding to Work Through Electric Co-Ops

Yuri Horwitz Solar power developer and operator Sol Systems is launching a renewable energy procurement and investment strategy with Google that enables the development of new solar energy projects and supports local communities where the projects are built. The companies have structured an integrated clean energy investment and procurement strategy for solar projects being developed …

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Origis Energy Secures Additional $750 Million for Solar, Storage Projects

Jamie Edwards Origis Energy has closed an upsizing amendment to its development finance facility that doubles the company’s capacity to $750 million. With enhanced flexibility and increased capacity, the credit facility will support further expansion of Origis Energy’s utility-scale solar and energy storage project pipeline. This financing round follows a …

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Our Next Energy Chooses Site for Battery Storage System Manufacturing

Mujeeb Ijaz Our Next Energy (ONE) has entered into an agreement with the State of West Virginia to locate its Aries Grid battery storage system manufacturing facility in Millwood, at the Berkshire Hathaway Energy Renewables microgrid business site. ONE will use a 40,000 sq. ft. industrial building already located on …

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Pivot Energy Adds Credit Enhancement Product to Solar Portfolio

Bret Labadie kWh Analytics has formed a partnership with Pivot Energy LLC to provide its Solar Revenue Put production insurance for multiple distributed solar projects totaling 70 MW across six states. kWh Analytics says the Solar Revenue Put was added post-financial-close to improve leverage from lenders Silicon Valley Bank, Cadence …

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