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Tigo’s Energy Intelligence system approved for financing by GoodLeap

By Kelsey Misbrener Tigo Energy announced that its Energy Intelligence (EI) residential solar solution has been added to the Approved Vendor List (AVL) for financial products at GoodLeap, a digital marketplace for sustainable solutions. “GoodLeap offers a simple digital financing solution for solar professionals to grow their business and increase conversion rates,” said Jing Tian,…

Meta commissions 112-MW Michigan wind project

By WPED Staff Algonquin Power & Utilities‘ subsidiary Liberty is developing a 112-MW wind project in Michigan to support Facebook’s parent company, Meta, in reaching its renewable energy goals. The new Deerfield II wind project is expected to reach commercial operations in 2023. Deerfield II is located in Huron County, Michigan, adjacent to Liberty’s Deerfield…

UL releases new utility-scale energy storage design software

By Kelsey Misbrener UL announced the release of HOMER Front, a licensable web-based software platform for designing and optimizing complex utility-scale energy storage systems — whether standalone or in combination with solar or wind energy. By providing accurate, detailed results for different system configurations, UL’s HOMER Front allows developers and financiers to evaluate an energy…

Elon Musk’s targets for Twitter are classic Musk

Elon Musk’s targets for Twitter — provided that his acquisition of the social media company is successful — are classic Musk. As per recent reports, Musk is looking to double Twitter’s revenue from subscriptions alone to $10 billion by 2028, twice the amount of the company’s total revenue last year.Brought to you by: EV Driven…

Consumer brands push for clean-energy tax credits #USA

By National Wind Watch More than 40 companies, including consumer brands such as Airbnb Inc., Lyft Inc., Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. and IKEA, are calling on Congress to adopt federal energy legislation to provide additional financial incentives for clean-energy projects such as wind turbine farms and solar installations. In a letter to lawmakers Tuesday, the…

30-year residential solar loans now available through Sunlight Financial

By Kelsey Misbrener Sunlight Financial announced a new suite of 30-year loan products for residential solar. Available at Annual Percentage Rates (APRs) of 1.99%, 2.99%, and 3.99%, Sunlight’s 30-year loans reduce monthly payments for residential solar systems, making solar more affordable and accessible. Hundreds of Sunlight installation partners nationwide now offer Sunlight’s 30-year loans to…

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