Ampion partners with UGE on four rooftop community solar projects with approximately half the electricity generated reserved to help low- to moderate-income residents save on electricity bills
As part of the state’s recently launched ten-point plan to speed up the deployment of renewable energy, New York has released an RFP to maintain momentum toward its clean energy goals, with project awards imminent. Initial applications are due in ten days.
This top community solar market has a total of 5 GW of distributed solar and another 3.3 GW in development.
Sustainable energy company Avangrid Inc. announced a pilot project with LineVision Inc. that explores increasing New York’s current transmission capacity through monitoring software.
Also on the rise: California proposes “blatant seizure of property” in solar ruling. Panasonic unveils new residential heat pumps. And more.
Fourteen solar energy projects were announced along with offshore and ground-based wind and a return-to-service hydroelectric facility, all of which will generate a combined total of 6.2 GW of clean energy.
The 111.5 acre former iron ore mine has undergone zoning and interconnection work by New York’s NYSERDA team to minimize risks associated with developing projects on sites that the state deems ideal for hosting solar power projects.
The 20 MW utility-scale battery energy storage facility will help accelerate the target of 6 GW of energy storage by 2030.
A New York State program helps bring solar power to low- and moderate-income (LMI) housing by providing pre-development grants and technical assistance. The Clean Energy States Alliance considers the program a model for other states.
Four demonstration projects receive funding to test and scale different long-duration energy storage technology proposals.
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