The state becomes the 10th to reach the milestone, with installed capacity expected to double in the next four years.
Also on the rise: SoCalEdison launches a $436 million EV charge program; Ohio adds a hurdle for renewable project developers; and Cummins begins testing a hydrogen-fueled ICE.
The proposed project would interconnect on-site to a 345kV transmission line to deliver power to the New York State electricity grid. If approved, the project could enter service in late 2023.
Also on the rise: SEIA adds an energy storage advocacy branch, and NERC’s annual summer assessment warns of possible energy shortfalls.
Also on the rise: The interconnection logjam for solar is large and growing, says Berkeley Lab in an upcoming study; price quotes for solar saw a big drop in the second half of 2020; and an Illini solar farm lives up to its name by planting a pollinator habitat.
Sheep and solar farms can exist symbiotically, and the American Solar Grazing Association says that now is the time to convert that relationship into a full-scale industry.
National leading solar company planning to develop nearly 100-megawatts of new solar energy across the Empire State
The eight-project portfolio will be one of the first utility-scale solar portfolios in upstate New York once they reach commercial operation in late 2021.
The agreement will allow 75 stores to become solar-powered, while reserving capacity for a local community solar program.
Twenty large-scale renewable energy infrastructure projects are under construction in the state, paving the way for the state to meet its goal of having 70% of electricity come from renewable sources by 2030.
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