Also on the rise: An innovative program brings solar to a school district, a Canadian investment group buys a 563 MW portfolio of renewable capacity, and developers want to build solar in the heart of Wyoming’s coal country.
A new partnership will involve selling ZOLA’s Infinity systems into nine sub-Saharan countries.
Nearly 1.4 GW of battery energy storage capacity is under construction and slated for delivery during 2021, according to data from FERC and DOE.
Also on the rise: Fluence gains an investor, Cap Dynamics buys an Arizona solar facility, and legislation would boost DER as a safeguard in wildfire-prone California.
AES and Siemens will remain major shareholders and will continue to support Fluence’s long-term growth. The company currently has 2.4 GW of projects deployed or awarded across 24 countries and territories worldwide.
The Florida utility is bringing a combined 375 MW of solar capacity into operation on New Year’s Eve.
Also on the rise: Canada an an EV supply hub; SEIA board expansion; a trio of projects explore energy storage + fossil; things are looking up for JinkoSolar down under
SB629 would allow the state’s Dominion Energy customers to buy solar power via subscription from a shared power facility owned by a third-party entity, with 30% of the program’s initial 150 MW capacity being reserved for low- or middle-income subscribers.
Across the country, more than three dozen solar projects with nameplate capacities of at least 100 MW are slated to enter service in 2021. The Texas oil patch is on track to host the largest of these.
The economic feasibility of plant factories has been questionable because of energy costs. Now, customers of one containerized farm provider can opt for 100% clean energy using a subscription service.
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