During the noon hour on May 18, 2023, NYISO reported that consumer and utility-side solar resources generated 3.33 GW of clean energy output, while the behind-the-meter portion of 3.2 GW and utility-operated 130 MW accounted for 20% of the state’s electricity demand.
The Build Public Renewables Act directs the New York Power Authority to plan, construct, and operate renewable energy projects in service of the state’s renewable energy goals.
The solar developer is also seeking another 16 MW of solar, mostly in the NYSEG power company region, to fill out the portfolio.
Also on the rise: SunPower customers paid via app to support the grid at peak demand. Yotta and Sunstone partner to offer commercial storage solutions. And more.
New York’s Large Scale Renewable Energy Program has awarded over 6.8 GWac of solar projects since 2017, with 80 MW coming online this spring.
Project updates for rooftop, commercial, industrial, and community scales for projects built by ForeFront Power, Genie Solar Energy, and Summit Ridge Energy.
Funding from construction-to-term loan and tax equity commitment to finance construction of 15 community solar development projects in New York State.
The Brookhaven brownfield site spans 35 acres of limited use, capped landfill where over 16,000 solar panels will be constructed using a fixed-tilt, ballasted installation. The solar facility will feed into utility PSEG-LI’s grid.
Li-Cycle received a conditional loan from the U.S. Department of Energy through its Advanced Technologies Vehicles Manufacturing program.
The Public Service Commission of New York State authorized 62 local transmission upgrades to eliminate constraints in delivering renewable energy.
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