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Solar Builder | March 25, 2020
Old Dominion Electric Cooperative (ODEC) and EDF Renewables North America have bumped up their previously announced partnership to develop a portfolio of distributed solar projects across Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware. Originally signed in 2019 for 30 MWac of solar power on 10-12 prospective sites, there are now 15 projects expected in service in 2021 that will generate more than 60 MWac of local solar energy to ODEC member communities. The energy generated will be purchased by the cooperativ...
Power Electronics | August 27, 2021
The multinational Power Electronics continues to lead the global market for energy storage systems and is involved in more than 150 of the world's largest solar energy battery storage projects, creating 7 GW of storage. The most recent project to kick off was the plant in Florida which—with a total capacity of 900 MWh—is the largest solar-powered battery storage facility in the world to date.
In 2019, the United States consumed more renewable energy than coal for t...
prnewswire | June 30, 2023
Renantis and Ventient Energy – owned by institutional investors advised by the Global Infrastructure group at J.P. Morgan Asset Management – today announce that they intend to join forces to form one of the largest renewable independent power producers (IPPs) in Europe.
With a total of 4.2 GW of installed capacity across over 200 plants, the integrated business will become one of the top five European onshore wind IPPs. Combined, the organisations operate a diversifi...
CenterPoint Energy | May 11, 2022
CenterPoint Energy, Inc. (NYSE: CNP) has announced that its Indiana-based electric utility business, CenterPoint Energy Indiana South, is opening a new all-source request for proposals (RFP) to seek a combination of resources including renewables (wind, solar and battery storage), thermal and demand-side resources, and short-term capacity to meet the future needs of its 150,000 electric customers in southwestern Indiana.
"As we continue our electric generation r...
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