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Daily Energy Insider | January 27, 2020
Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company (LG&E and KU) filed with the Kentucky Public Service Commission on Jan. 23 for the approval of three solar energy agreements in Kentucky. The filing includes a renewable power agreement with Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc., which operates the largest Toyota manufacturing facility in the world in Georgetown. It also includes a contract with Dow, which operates a silicones manufacturing facility in Carrollton. Additional...
Innergex | July 16, 2020
Innergex Renewable Energy is pleased to announce the acquisition of all the Class B shares of a portfolio of six operating wind farms in Elmore County, Idaho, in the United States (the “Mountain Air Acquisition”) for a purchase price of US$56.8 million (CAN$77.3 million) from Terna Energy SA. The six 23 MW wind farms, Cold Springs, Desert Meadow, Hammett Hill, Mainline, Ryegrass and Two Ponds, have a total installed capacity of 138 MW....
EDP Renewables | April 27, 2021
EDP Renewables, a world leader in the renewable energy sector and the world’s third-largest wind power producer, has signed a 15-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with pharmaceutical company MSD (tradename of Merck & Co., Inc., Kenilworth, N.J., USA) to commercialize the energy produced by a 40 MW wind farm.
The project is located in Albacete (Spain) and is expected to start operations in 2023. With this new agreement, EDPR secures 406 MW for projects in Spain that are...
The Truth About Cars | March 16, 2020
Volkswagen Group’s transition toward electric vehicles has been no secret. Since getting busted with software designed to defeat emissions testing five years ago, the manufacturer has trumpeted the merits of electrification at every opportunity. Still, some continue to wonder how an EV-dominant world will work, expressing concerns that peak charging hours could stress national energy grids past the breaking point. One proposed solution is to use the connectivity available in modern cars to take ...
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