Well-intentioned DOE targets streamlined permitting with next round of Sunshot funding, but will it make a difference?

The latest round of funding from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) from its Sunshot initiative was announced last week: $27 million for "Market Transformation," or streamlined permitting and interconnection, through partnerships with local and state governing bodies (authority-having jurisdictions...

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