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GAF ENERGY AND SUNNOVA LAUNCH STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP TO EXPAND ROOF-INTEGRATED SOLAR OPTIONS FOR HOMEOWNERS

Prnewswire | August 18, 2020

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GAF Energy, a leading provider of roof-integrated solar solutions in North America, and Sunnova Energy International Inc. ("Sunnova") (NYSE: NOVA), a leading U.S. residential solar and storage service provider, today announced a strategic partnership to provide homeowners with GAF Energy's DecoTech 2.0 solar roofing system together with Sunnova's solar service offerings. The partnership leverages both companies' reach in the new home and re-roof markets and exemplifies the ...

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DUKE ENERGY BEGINS CONSTRUCTION ON THE MARYNEAL WINDPOWER PROJECT

Duke Energy | July 29, 2021

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Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions has begun construction on the 182-megawatt (MW) Maryneal Windpower project in Nolan County, Texas, bringing the company's domestic wind capacity to more than 3,000 MW. The arena would generate enough renewable energy to power over 54,000 households. Sprint, now part of T-Mobile, committed to a 12-year virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA) for the 173.3 MW project's wind production two years ago. “Wind projects like M...

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100% RENEWABLE ENERGY: HAWAII ADDS 1 GIGAWATT-HOUR OF BATTERY STORAGE (MOSTLY TESLA MEGAPACKS)

Red, Green, and Blue | April 03, 2020

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The state of Hawai’i has set a goal of getting 100% of its electricity from renewable energy sources by 2045. Clearly, in order to reach that goal, grid-scale battery storage will be required. Now Hawaiian Electric, which supplies electricity to 95% of Hawai’i residents, says it is looking at installing up to 1 gigawatt-hour of battery storage. According to the Honolulu Star Advertiser, a major portion of that storage may be supplied by 244 Megapacks from Tesla located on 6 acres of land adjacen...

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CALIFORNIA’S NEXT RENEWABLE ENERGY GOAL: A MILLION SOLAR BATTERIES

CalMatters | April 01, 2020

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In 2006, California’s pledge to build 1 million solar energy systems on homes, schools, farms and businesses was visionary and audacious, but achievable. By the end of the decade, we hit the million solar roofs milestone through a combination of smart government policy, a supportive business coalition and willing consumers. A new decade calls for a new goal: 1 million solar batteries by 2028. California already generates more electricity from solar power than any other state. Though we still h...

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GAF ENERGY AND SUNNOVA LAUNCH STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP TO EXPAND ROOF-INTEGRATED SOLAR OPTIONS FOR HOMEOWNERS

Prnewswire | August 18, 2020

GAF Energy, a leading provider of roof-integrated solar solutions in North America, and Sunnova Energy International Inc. ("Sunnova") (NYSE: NOVA), a leading U.S. residential solar and storage service provider, today announced a strategic partnership to provide homeowners with GAF Energy's DecoTech 2.0 solar roofing system together with Sunnova's solar service offerings. The partnership leverages both companies' reach in the new home and re-roof markets and exemplifies the ...

Read More
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ENERGY

DUKE ENERGY BEGINS CONSTRUCTION ON THE MARYNEAL WINDPOWER PROJECT

Duke Energy | July 29, 2021

Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions has begun construction on the 182-megawatt (MW) Maryneal Windpower project in Nolan County, Texas, bringing the company's domestic wind capacity to more than 3,000 MW. The arena would generate enough renewable energy to power over 54,000 households. Sprint, now part of T-Mobile, committed to a 12-year virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA) for the 173.3 MW project's wind production two years ago. “Wind projects like M...

Read More
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SOLAR+STORAGE

100% RENEWABLE ENERGY: HAWAII ADDS 1 GIGAWATT-HOUR OF BATTERY STORAGE (MOSTLY TESLA MEGAPACKS)

Red, Green, and Blue | April 03, 2020

The state of Hawai’i has set a goal of getting 100% of its electricity from renewable energy sources by 2045. Clearly, in order to reach that goal, grid-scale battery storage will be required. Now Hawaiian Electric, which supplies electricity to 95% of Hawai’i residents, says it is looking at installing up to 1 gigawatt-hour of battery storage. According to the Honolulu Star Advertiser, a major portion of that storage may be supplied by 244 Megapacks from Tesla located on 6 acres of land adjacen...

Read More
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CALIFORNIA’S NEXT RENEWABLE ENERGY GOAL: A MILLION SOLAR BATTERIES

CalMatters | April 01, 2020

In 2006, California’s pledge to build 1 million solar energy systems on homes, schools, farms and businesses was visionary and audacious, but achievable. By the end of the decade, we hit the million solar roofs milestone through a combination of smart government policy, a supportive business coalition and willing consumers. A new decade calls for a new goal: 1 million solar batteries by 2028. California already generates more electricity from solar power than any other state. Though we still h...

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