A round-up of the latest news from the US solar market, as Amber Infrastructure Group forms a Michigan-focused renewables development firm and Guzman Energy partners with Primergy Solar on a new Colorado PV project.
One-third of utility-scale solar set to come online in the US in the next two years will be in Texas, as the state catches up with California, according to new figures from the country’s Energy Information Administration (EIA).
California’s path to a carbon-free electricity will require record-breaking solar deployment for the next 25 years. But as solar installs stay above track, what else is needed for California to reach its zero carbon goal? A new joint report has the answers.