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Tesla | February 26, 2020
Tesla and Panasonic are scrapping their partnership in producing solar cells after years of struggling to ramp up output at the Gigafactory 2 in upstate New York. The companies intend to continue working together on automotive batteries for Tesla's electric vehicles. But the latest decision poses yet another setback in their strained relationship, which had once been considered a key component to Panasonic's turnaround. Tesla and Panasonic announced their joint venture on solar cells in 2016. Th...
Energy Storage news | April 02, 2020
Technology provider Sinexcel has announced the successful commissioning of a 72MWh pair of lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery energy storage projects in Illinois and West Virginia in the US, to deliver frequency regulation services to the PJM Interconnection service area. Fremont, California-headquartered Energport acted as system integrator and China-headquartered Sinexcel provided containerised systems for two sites of 36MW / 36MWh. Each site comprises 36 x 40ft containers, each with 2MW / 2...
Duke Energy | September 16, 2020
Duke University has become the first academic institution to execute a renewable power agreement under Duke Energy's Green Source Advantage (GSA) program – further expanding solar energy in North Carolina. Duke University will purchase about 101 megawatts (MW) of solar capacity from three solar facilities in North Carolina. The power generated will partially offset the university's energy usage. "The Green Source Advantage is an ideal fit for colleges and universities seeking ...
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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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