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Solar Power World | January 08, 2019
RPCS, GenPro Energy Solutions and the City of Atkinson, Nebraska, have partnered to build a 209-kW solar array on a city-owned site formerly used for fill a place where soil, trees and debris were brought then covered with dirt. Due to the nature of the site, project construction initially saw particular challenges. Embedment depths increased to 30 ft., which is three times the norm for proper installation of the foundation. Using longer than normal I-beams would have added significant costs for...
Solar Power World | February 12, 2019
Pine Gate Renewables energized its Peony solar project in Orangeburg County, South Carolina, last week. Peony is a 57-MW site spanning 334 acres. Project partner NARENCO helped install the 175,000 tracker panels on the site. The site features DuraTrack HZ v3 single-axis solar trackers by Array Technologies, mechanically installed by RPCS, Array’s trusted partner. The trackers keep the modules following the sun on its course throughout the day, ensuring up to a 20 to 25% increase in energy produc...
Oil & Gas 360 | January 13, 2020
Ormat Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: ORA) today announced the signing of two similar Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) with Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE) and Monterey Bay Community Power (MBCP). Under the PPAs, SVCE and MBCP will each purchase 7MW (for a total of 14 MW) of power generated by the expected 30MW Casa Diablo-IV (CD4) geothermal project located in Mammoth Lakes, California. The PPAs are for a term of 10 years and have a fixed MWh price, which includes energy, capacity, environmental at...
Renewables Now | January 13, 2020
London-listed investment company US Solar Fund Plc (LON:USF) on Monday said it has closed the purchase from Greenbacker Renewable Energy Company LLC of three operational solar power facilities in North Carolina with a combined direct current (DC) capacity of 11 MW. Earlier this month, the company announced it had closed the acquisition of cash equity interests in five operational utility-scale solar farms in North Carolina with a total capacity of 28 MW, also part of the deal. The agreement for ...
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