Dear Pythonistas and solar power enthusiasts,

The maintainers are happy to announce a new release of pvlib python:
software for simulating performance of photovoltaic solar energy systems.

*See what's new for v0.9.3:*
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*Releases are available from PyPI and the conda-forge channel:*

*Note: you can now install from conda-forge using either "pvlib" or

*Read the Documentation:*

*Report issues & contribute:*

* Anton Driesse has joined the maintainers. Anton has been a consistent
contributor, a frequent poster on Google Groups, and a fixture in the PV
modeling community for many years. We gladly welcome Anton and are grateful
for his support.
* Several new functions to calculate spectral mismatch
photovoltaic devices between incident and reference spectra. Compare this
to the existing FSLR spectral mismatch function.
* The Townsend snow loss model
now available. Compare this with the existing snow loss model from Marion.
* A new generic linear temperature model
and class that can convert between PVsyst, Faiman, and SAPM thermal model
* A new altitude look-up function
public data from Mapzen, a project for open map data hosted by AWS.
* There were four new first time contributors! Thank you!
* There was a training using JupyterHub at PVPMC 2022
<>. Check it out!

*Thank you for using pvlib python!*

Mark Mikofski, PhD (2005)
*Fiat Lux*
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