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Scout Clean Energy | March 15, 2023
Scout Clean Energy (Scout), a renewable energy developer-owner-operator, has recently announced its acceptance of the final delivery of GE Renewable Energy (GE) company's onshore wind turbines for its Sweetland Wind Project (Sweetland) in Hand County, South Dakota.
Scout is owner and responsible for the operations of this project. It plans to install about 71 of GE's 2.8-127 wind turbines. Sweetland will produce over 903,500-megawatt hours of low-cost renewable power ann...
Leeward Renewable Energy | January 11, 2022
Leeward Renewable Energy, LLC announced the company has successfully completed the full-scale repower of its Crescent Ridge Wind Project located in Tiskilwa, Illinois.
The 54.4 megawatt (MW) Crescent Ridge repower included decommissioning nine turbines, repowering 24 legacy turbines and constructing four new turbines. The upgrades utilize the latest Vestas technology, enhancing turbine capacity, reliability and performance, while reducing operating costs.
Cnbc | April 27, 2020
On Monday, Tesla reversed course and canceled requests to bring workers back to production lines in Fremont, California, this week. According to internal correspondence shared with CNBC, Tesla asked dozens of furloughed workers last Friday, and over the weekend, to come back on Wednesday, Apr. 29 to resume production in Fremont. In new messages sent Monday and distributed on some internal message boards, a human resources employee wrote: “Per the direction of the executive leadership team,...
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Duke Energy | September 01, 2022
With the completion of a new 74.9-megawatt (MW) solar facility in Hardee County, Duke Energy reached a significant milestone – it has delivered on its commitment to provide 700 MW of clean energy to Florida customers.
The Charlie Creek Solar Power Plant is the last of 10 solar sites that are part of the company's multiyear plan on file with the Florida Public Service Commission to deliver 700 MW of solar generation from 2018 through 2022.
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