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Palmetto | January 07, 2022
Palmetto, a rapidly growing platform technology company accelerating the national adoption of clean energy, announced that its Mapdwell division has mapped the solar potential and energy load profiles of over 107 million rooftops — approximately 75% of all U.S. buildings equating to 81% of the U.S. population — using its proprietary technology. Acquired by Palmetto in April 2021, Mapdwell also licenses this data via application programming interfaces (APIs) to leading utility compani...
Omdia | February 08, 2022
A ground-breaking survey by research group Omdia showed that within the next four years data center operators will deploy uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) which are able to interact with the electric grid and support essential energy-management initiatives.
The use of renewable energy is growing on all fronts and is becoming the new normal in the data center industry. The integration of variable renewable energy resources into a more dynamic electric grid comes with new challe...
Digital Journal | February 07, 2020
Avangrid Renewables, a subsidiary of Avangrid, has announced that its 307.06MW Karankawa Wind Farm has started clean energy supply. The Karankawa wind farm is located in San Patricio and Bee counties, northeast of Mathis, Texas. The wind farm covers 18,000 acres owned by 65 landowners. Karankawa is powered by 124 of GE’s wind turbines ranging in capacity between 2.3 and 2.52 MW, with a total capacity of 307.06MW. The wind farm is the sixth-largest in Texas and the largest wind farm of Avangrid R...
Environmental Leader | February 25, 2020
D.E. Shaw Renewable Investments (DESRI) has acquired the 160 MW-ac Rancho Seco Solar II project, located in Sacramento County, California. The project, initially developed by Lendlease, an international property and infrastructure group, has a 30-year Power Purchase Agreement in place with the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) and will be built on the site of a decommissioned nuclear power plant. Construction on Rancho Seco Solar II began last year and the project is expected to be th...
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