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Duke Energy | September 16, 2020
Duke University has become the first academic institution to execute a renewable power agreement under Duke Energy's Green Source Advantage (GSA) program – further expanding solar energy in North Carolina. Duke University will purchase about 101 megawatts (MW) of solar capacity from three solar facilities in North Carolina. The power generated will partially offset the university's energy usage. "The Green Source Advantage is an ideal fit for colleges and universities seeking ...
Solar Builder | April 07, 2020
New York State leaders enacted critical, pro-solar provisions as part of the New York state budget this week. David Gahl, senior director of state affairs, northeast for the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), had this to say about it: “We commend Governor Cuomo, Speaker Heastie, and Majority Leader Stewart Cousins for passing permitting reforms that will fast-track permitting approvals for large scale solar projects. These are unprecedented times and we appreciate that amidst the COVID-...
openPR | February 19, 2020
Various factors are contributing to the increasing demand for unconventional sources of energy, including the rapid urbanization, degradation of environment due to the increased usage of fossil fuels, and ready availability of these sources. Unconventional sources of energy, such as wind energy, hydro power, and solar energy, can produce clean energy and also have the potential to match the surging energy demand across the globe. Moreover, these renewable energy technologies have variable output...
NextEra Energy Transmission | November 15, 2021
NextEra Energy Transmission New York, Inc., a subsidiary of NextEra Energy, Inc., announced that it has submitted multiple proposals, collectively the New York Renewable Connect, in response to the New York Independent System Operator's (NYISO) Long Island Offshore Wind Public Policy Transmission Need. The proposals help New York meet its offshore wind energy goals by reinforcing the transmission grid on Long Island and into Southeastern New York.
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