Sunshot spending spree continues: BOS, BIPV, and grid integration to be recognized

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) this week shed light on SunShot funding available going forward, as opposed to the first two rounds – for which winners had already been selected (see the February 10, 2011 LRSSJ and following tidbit). The program announced $170 million to be allocated over the ne...

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