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Platte River Power wants to grow its PV capacity 500%

The utility has issued a request for proposals for 150 MW of solar, in addition to the 22 MW upgrade set for its lone 30 MW project.

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Platte River Power to go 100% zero-carbon by 2030

The Colorado generation co-op has one-upped Xcel Energy, as the 100% renewable energy movement grows even in the energy industry. However, there are some sticky caveats.

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Nautilus Solar’s community solar portfolio continues to grow

Nautilus Solar recently completed a 13MW community solar portfolio in Colorado, and acquired another 16.8MW portfolio in Minnesota.

Sunrise brief: California is the first state to require solar power and batteries for all new commercial structures

Also on the rise: Canadian BIPV manufacturer releases solar modules that look like roof shingles, microgrids solve modern-day energy challenges, what may be the world’s largest battery complete, Colorado utility releases RFP for solar with battery storage.

Colorado utility issues RFP for 250 MW of solar with storage

Platte River Power Authority looking to obtain up to 250 MW of new solar generating capacity and encourages battery energy storage components.

Koch expands its solar reach with EPC firm acquisition

DEPCOM Power builds utility-scale solar power plants and manages ongoing operations, maintenance, and refurbishment services.

Sunrise brief: New Jersey community solar program draws a flood of applicants

Also on the rise: Navajo Nation leaders vote to advance a 200 MW solar project, Greenbacker buys a development pipeline, Intersolar NA reschedules its live event, and a report says that flow batteries could use a jump start from DOE.

Greenbacker wraps up 10 MW community solar portfolio

The five-project portfolio serves rural residents, school districts, nonprofits, and municipalities in Colorado.

Xcel backs $1.7b transmission plan to deliver solar and wind

The proposed 345 kv transmission lines would ring eastern Colorado, covering more than a dozen rural counties, bringing solar and wind energy to the state’s big load centers.

University wins approval for a 2.4 MW solar array in Wisconsin

The university claimed the project will be the largest state-owned solar array and will help save $217,000 annually.

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