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Fuel Cell EV Becomes a Mobile Emergency Power Station

By Tom Lombardo I like the use of hydrogen fuel cells to recharge the portable units, but I’d like to see them integrate solar into the body to provide a little extra energy. Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s best thinkers on…

Governor Whitmer sets goal for Michigan to become carbon neutral by 2050

By Kelsey Misbrener On Sept. 23, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-182 and Executive Directive 2020-10 to create the MI Healthy Climate Plan. The governor’s comprehensive plan will protect Michiganders’ public health and the environment and help develop new clean energy jobs by putting Michigan on a path toward becoming fully carbon-neutral by 2050….

CHANEL, Sunrun partner on 30-MW solar project serving low-income households

By Billy Ludt Luxury products manufacturer CHANEL has committed $35 million toward solar energy projects for low-income multifamily households with Sunrun, residential solar, battery storage and energy services company. The partnership will expand access to solar for nearly 30,000 low-income residents across California, offering families on average up to $40 to $50 a month in…

WRISE and GRID announce 2020 winners of Rising Women Solar fellowship

By Kelsey Misbrener WRISE and GRID Alternatives announced their selection of eight women for the 2020 Rising Women Solar Fellowship. The fellowship is an opportunity for women from diverse backgrounds who are interested in solar careers to participate in North American Smart Energy Week for networking, mentorship and solar education. Part of GRID and WRISE’s…

Standard Solar adding 5.5 MW of community solar to Maryland

By Billy Ludt Standard Solar, a solar energy company specializing in the development, funding and operations of solar electric systems nationwide, is bringing more than 8,000 MWh of annual energy supply to Maryland community solar subscribers, in partnership with Ogos Energy, Earth and Air Technologies and Neighborhood Sun. Standard Solar financed and will own and…

Plenty at Stake for Solar Industry in 2020 Presidential Election

By Ryan Regan With the political conventions behind us, the 2020 presidential race now starts in earnest. And while the COVID-19 outbreak and resulting economic recession are top-of-mind for most voters, it is also clear that the outcome of the election will also have a significant impact on the U.S. solar industry. Click headline for…

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