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PILOT PROJECT USING TESLA POWERWALLS TO POWER 10 N.S. HOMES A SUCCESS

CBC | February 06, 2020

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A pilot project that introduced a renewable energy battery storage system to 10 homes in Elmsdale, N.S., could eventually change how people power their homes. The project, which is a joint effort of Nova Scotia Power, clean energy company Tesla and Ontario energy company Opus One Solutions, was launched in 2017. A grid-size battery was installed at Elmsdale's substation and 10 Tesla powerwalls were installed in homes nearby. "Customers enjoy the reliability that the batteries provide [and] that ...

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MISSISSIPPI PSC APPROVES LARGEST UTILITY-OWNED SOLAR PROJECT IN THE STATE

solarpowerworldonline | April 14, 2020

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The Mississippi Delta will soon be home to the largest utility-owned solar farm in the state, after receiving approval from the Mississippi Public Service Commission. Recurrent Energy will build the 100-MW project on behalf of Entergy Mississippi. The project should be complete by no later than mid-2022. Once built, Entergy will assume ownership for the life of the facility. The emissions-free, renewable energy plant will sit on approximately 1,000 acres in Sunflower County and will connect to E...

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RISEN ENERGY SECURES CONTRACTS TO SUPPLY SOLAR MODULES WITH A HIGH-STRENGTH ALLOY STEEL FRAME TOTALING OVER 2GW

Risen Energy | May 02, 2022

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Risen Energy Co., Ltd., a Chinese solar module manufacturer, recently announced that it has signed contracts to supply 2GW of 210 series solar modules with a high strength alloy steel frame to projects throughout Spain, as well as in Hainan and Guangxi provinces, following the modules' November 2021 launch, with shipments exceeding 300MW to date. Risen Energy's usage of high strength alloy steel frame technology, which decreases carbon emissions and energy consumption, und...

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MOST OF HAWAII’S ELECTRIC BATTERIES ARE PAIRED WITH WIND OR SOLAR - EIA

Renewables Now | March 25, 2020

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Nearly all of Hawaii’s utility-scale battery storage capacity is installed with onshore wind turbines or solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, allowing excess electricity from those generators to be stored and used later, according to a report by the US Energy Information Administration (EIA). As of January 2020, about 30% of Hawaii’s total generating capacity is solar or wind. The non-dispatchable nature of these technologies creates operational challenges for system operators. Pairing batteries wit...

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PILOT PROJECT USING TESLA POWERWALLS TO POWER 10 N.S. HOMES A SUCCESS

CBC | February 06, 2020

A pilot project that introduced a renewable energy battery storage system to 10 homes in Elmsdale, N.S., could eventually change how people power their homes. The project, which is a joint effort of Nova Scotia Power, clean energy company Tesla and Ontario energy company Opus One Solutions, was launched in 2017. A grid-size battery was installed at Elmsdale's substation and 10 Tesla powerwalls were installed in homes nearby. "Customers enjoy the reliability that the batteries provide [and] that ...

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MISSISSIPPI PSC APPROVES LARGEST UTILITY-OWNED SOLAR PROJECT IN THE STATE

solarpowerworldonline | April 14, 2020

The Mississippi Delta will soon be home to the largest utility-owned solar farm in the state, after receiving approval from the Mississippi Public Service Commission. Recurrent Energy will build the 100-MW project on behalf of Entergy Mississippi. The project should be complete by no later than mid-2022. Once built, Entergy will assume ownership for the life of the facility. The emissions-free, renewable energy plant will sit on approximately 1,000 acres in Sunflower County and will connect to E...

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SOLAR+STORAGE

RISEN ENERGY SECURES CONTRACTS TO SUPPLY SOLAR MODULES WITH A HIGH-STRENGTH ALLOY STEEL FRAME TOTALING OVER 2GW

Risen Energy | May 02, 2022

Risen Energy Co., Ltd., a Chinese solar module manufacturer, recently announced that it has signed contracts to supply 2GW of 210 series solar modules with a high strength alloy steel frame to projects throughout Spain, as well as in Hainan and Guangxi provinces, following the modules' November 2021 launch, with shipments exceeding 300MW to date. Risen Energy's usage of high strength alloy steel frame technology, which decreases carbon emissions and energy consumption, und...

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MOST OF HAWAII’S ELECTRIC BATTERIES ARE PAIRED WITH WIND OR SOLAR - EIA

Renewables Now | March 25, 2020

Nearly all of Hawaii’s utility-scale battery storage capacity is installed with onshore wind turbines or solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, allowing excess electricity from those generators to be stored and used later, according to a report by the US Energy Information Administration (EIA). As of January 2020, about 30% of Hawaii’s total generating capacity is solar or wind. The non-dispatchable nature of these technologies creates operational challenges for system operators. Pairing batteries wit...

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