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45 RENEWABLE GENERATORS AFFECTED BY WEST MURRAY CONNECTION WOES

pv magazine | February 24, 2020

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Many more renewable generators than originally thought are in a holding pattern as a result of oscillation problems in the weak-grid, high-resource area known as the West Murray. State Governments, AEMO and the renewables industry have hunkered down to find solutions that will also find application elsewhere in the grid as connection fever mounts. For the past five months, five solar farms in the south-west New South Wales and western Victorian region have been curtailed by 50% in their output t...

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LIVENT BEGINS THIRD-PARTY IRMA ASSESSMENT IN ARGENTINA, WELCOMES OPPORTUNITY TO STRENGTHEN SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM

Livent Corporation | February 16, 2022

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Livent Corporation announced that it has begun a voluntary, third-party assessment of its brine-based lithium extraction and manufacturing operations at the Salar del Hombre Muerto, Catamarca, Argentina. This independent assessment of the company's Fenix site is the next step in the multi-stage review against the Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance (IRMA) Standard for Responsible Mining. The IRMA Standard is widely considered to be the most comprehensive and rigo...

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SUNNOVA SUBMITS APPLICATION TO DEVELOP FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND SOLAR “MICRO-UTILITY” IN CALIFORNIA

Sunnova Energy International Inc. | September 05, 2022

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Sunnova Energy International Inc. (“Sunnova”) (NYSE: NOVA), a leading U.S. Energy as a Service (EaaS) provider, announced it has applied to the California Public Utilities Commission (“CPUC”) to develop a first-of-its-kind solar and storage focused “micro-utility” in California.Sunnova formed a wholly-owned subsidiary called Sunnova Community Microgrids California, LLC (“SCMC”) to own and operate EaaS offerings in new communities including energy g...

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OLD DOMINION ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE CONTRACTS WITH EDF RENEWABLES FOR ADDITIONAL 30 MW OF SOLAR

Solar Builder | March 25, 2020

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Old Dominion Electric Cooperative (ODEC) and EDF Renewables North America have bumped up their previously announced partnership to develop a portfolio of distributed solar projects across Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware. Originally signed in 2019 for 30 MWac of solar power on 10-12 prospective sites, there are now 15 projects expected in service in 2021 that will generate more than 60 MWac of local solar energy to ODEC member communities. The energy generated will be purchased by the cooperativ...

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45 RENEWABLE GENERATORS AFFECTED BY WEST MURRAY CONNECTION WOES

pv magazine | February 24, 2020

Many more renewable generators than originally thought are in a holding pattern as a result of oscillation problems in the weak-grid, high-resource area known as the West Murray. State Governments, AEMO and the renewables industry have hunkered down to find solutions that will also find application elsewhere in the grid as connection fever mounts. For the past five months, five solar farms in the south-west New South Wales and western Victorian region have been curtailed by 50% in their output t...

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SUSTAINABILITY

LIVENT BEGINS THIRD-PARTY IRMA ASSESSMENT IN ARGENTINA, WELCOMES OPPORTUNITY TO STRENGTHEN SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM

Livent Corporation | February 16, 2022

Livent Corporation announced that it has begun a voluntary, third-party assessment of its brine-based lithium extraction and manufacturing operations at the Salar del Hombre Muerto, Catamarca, Argentina. This independent assessment of the company's Fenix site is the next step in the multi-stage review against the Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance (IRMA) Standard for Responsible Mining. The IRMA Standard is widely considered to be the most comprehensive and rigo...

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SOLAR+STORAGE

SUNNOVA SUBMITS APPLICATION TO DEVELOP FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND SOLAR “MICRO-UTILITY” IN CALIFORNIA

Sunnova Energy International Inc. | September 05, 2022

Sunnova Energy International Inc. (“Sunnova”) (NYSE: NOVA), a leading U.S. Energy as a Service (EaaS) provider, announced it has applied to the California Public Utilities Commission (“CPUC”) to develop a first-of-its-kind solar and storage focused “micro-utility” in California.Sunnova formed a wholly-owned subsidiary called Sunnova Community Microgrids California, LLC (“SCMC”) to own and operate EaaS offerings in new communities including energy g...

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OLD DOMINION ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE CONTRACTS WITH EDF RENEWABLES FOR ADDITIONAL 30 MW OF SOLAR

Solar Builder | March 25, 2020

Old Dominion Electric Cooperative (ODEC) and EDF Renewables North America have bumped up their previously announced partnership to develop a portfolio of distributed solar projects across Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware. Originally signed in 2019 for 30 MWac of solar power on 10-12 prospective sites, there are now 15 projects expected in service in 2021 that will generate more than 60 MWac of local solar energy to ODEC member communities. The energy generated will be purchased by the cooperativ...

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