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Auburnpub | March 01, 2020
At the end of September, 333 active solar installations in Cayuga County — ranging from homes with a few panels on the roof to an array taking up 28 acres in Ledyard — were capable of generating a combined nine megawatts of power, according to the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority. Absent from the online solar projects currently happening in the county is any large-scale commercial system. But that could be changing very soon — and it would mean exponential growth in the a...
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Maxeon Solar Technologies, Ltd. | October 18, 2022
Maxeon Solar Technologies, Ltd. (NASDAQ: MAXN) a global leader in solar innovation and channels, announced a strategic partnership with Star Charge, a leading global electric vehicle (EV) charging solution provider. The two companies will cooperate to incorporate Star Charge EV charging products as part of Maxeon's SunPower One home energy solution. This partnership is the latest in a series of strategic developments by Maxeon to expand its SunPower One program, an open ecosystem of cl...
prnewswire | August 18, 2020
Canadian Solar Inc. today announced its wholly-owned subsidiary, Recurrent Energy, LLC ("Recurrent Energy"), commenced construction on the 144 MWac Pflugerville Solar Project located in Travis County, Texas. Recurrent Energy signed a Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA") with Austin Energy in 2018 for the Pflugerville Solar Project to provide low-cost solar power to the utility's customers for 15 years following the start of operation. This PPA supports Austin Energy's ren...
Wisconsin Public Radio | March 04, 2020
Milwaukee city officials announced on Tuesday plans to build the largest solar energy system in the city's history. The 8-acre project will be located close to General Mitchell International Airport, roughly 10 miles from downtown Milwaukee. "This project is a real win for Milwaukee, for the planet and for national security," Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett said during the announcement at the field's future location. The city is partnering with We Energies for the solar project — most of the electri...
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