$53mn From US DOE To Fund Early Stage Solar Tech
US Department Of Energy Selects 53 Innovative Research Projects For $53 Million Financial Support To Advance Early Stage Solar Technologies To Bring Down Solar Electricity Costs & Grow Solar Workforce; Bifacial Modules & Perovskite Subjects Of Some Selected Projects
Monday, 29 Oct 2018
The 53 projects selected by US DOE for $53 million financial support are spread across 21 states along with the District of Columbia, and include PV research to increase grid resiliency in Puerto Rico.
SunShot Initiative Achieves 6 ct/kWh Goal
US Department Of Energy’s SunShot Initiative Achieves $0.06/kWh Average Utility Scale Solar Price Target 3 Years Early
Thursday, 14 Sep 2017
While the SunShot Initiative has already achieved its 2020 utility-scale average solar price target of 6ct/kWh, residential and commercial are well on their way to achieve their targets as well, according to a report from NREL.
US Extends Support For 48 PV Projects
SunShot Initiative Funds $46.2 Million For Early Stage Solar Power Technologies & Research
Monday, 17 Jul 2017
The US Department of Energy (DoE) has announced its support for 48 projects under the SunShot Initiative. A total of $46.2 million funding will go to early stage solar power technologies that will lower costs and improve reliability and efficiency.
$30 Million Fresh Funding Under SunShot Initiative
US Department Of Energy Awards $30 Million To 13 New Projects As Part Of SunShot Initiative
Friday, 03 Feb 2017
The US Department of Energy’s SunShot Initiative has awarded $30 million in funding to 13 new projects. All these projects will work towards developing next-generation grid planning and operation tools to facilitate solar power grid connection.
New SunShot Challenge
US DOE’s $5 Million ‘Solar In Your Community Challenge’ Open For Applications
Wednesday, 23 Nov 2016
The US DOE's 'Solar in Your Community Challenge' is a $5 million prize challenge open to teams working to develop a portfolio of solar projects in their communities or create new solar programs that extend solar access to low and moderate income home.
New SunShot Funding Opportunities
US Department of Energy Launches Tender For Fresh Round Of SunShot Initiative Grants Worth $65 Million
Friday, 18 Nov 2016
After US DOE announced that the SunShot Initiative has already achieved 90% of its goals much ahead of its 2020 deadline, it has outlined 2030 targets and has launched tenders for fresh rounds of Sunshot program funding worth $65 Million.
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