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Analysis Finds 5 Million Commercial Customers in the U.S. Could Cut Costs with Battery Storage

The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and Clean Energy Group (CEG) have released the first comprehensive public analysis detailing the potential size of the commercial behind-the-meter battery storage market in the United States. NREL analyzed over 10,000 utility tariffs in 48 states, finding that more than five million of the 18 million commercial customers across the country may be able to cost-effectively reduce their utility bills with battery storage technologies.

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Sofos Jamaica installs 1MW for Grenlec utility in the Caribbean island of Grenada

Sofos Jamaica, a subsidiary of the Spanish multinational group Sofos Energy with offices in Kingston, announced the completion of  several photovoltaic systems for the utility company Grenlec in different locations of the Caribbean island in Grenada, reaching a total capacity of 1 MW.

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Solarcentury and Hybrytec install the largest solar roof system in Colombia

Solarcentury, one of the longest-standing solar companies in the world, and Hybrytec, a Colombian company leading the local solar energy market, have joined forces to develop and install the largest roof photovoltaic (PV) solar system in Colombia.

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SolarCity Activates Fund to Finance More Than $1 Billion in Commercial Solar Projects

On Earth Day, SolarCity  announced that it has activated a fund including an investment from Credit Suisse that is expected to finance more than $1 billion in commercial solar energy systems, including battery storage systems, for businesses, schools and government organizations across the U.S.

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Suniva Powers Largest Rooftop PV Installation in Washington D.C.

Suniva, a U.S. manufacturer of high-efficiency crystalline silicon solar cells and modules, announced yesterday that it is powering the solar photovoltaic (PV) system on The Millennium Building, developed and managed by The Tower Companies (“Tower”).

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