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solar wolf energy | January 15, 2019
Solar Wolf Energy, a nationwide solar panel and system installer based out of Central Massachusetts, announced that they’ve agreed to construct and commission a 5-MW agricultural solar farm in Concord, New Hampshire. The system will be built on 15 acres of land at Lewis Farm in Concord. The owners of the farm, James Meinecke and Rebecca McWilliams, are strong supporters of renewable energy. Meinecke said, “For us, a solar farm is key to the next generation of farming, it helps us continue suppor...
Blackstone | January 14, 2020
Private equity giant Blackstone is recapitalizing a U.S. solar power company with $850 million in new investment. Altus Power America, based in Connecticut, announced the Blackstone contribution to refinance its existing capital structure and fund future development. Blackstone made the investment through its GSO Capital Partners LP and Blackstone Insurance Solutions (BIS) Groups. “We’re incredibly enthusiastic to be partnering with Blackstone as we position our business for accelerating growth,...
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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