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Report calls on Texas…again…to winterize its energy infrastructure

The FERC/NERC assessment pointed to freezing of generator components and fuel issues as the top two major causes of generator outages, derates, or failures to start during the February 2021 winter storm.

Wallbox to produce EV chargers in Texas

The facility will be the first in the United States for the company and could produce 290,000 units annually by 2027.

SB Energy signs 120 MW solar PPA for Texas project

Construction work on the Eiffel Solar project is expected to start in 2022.

Sunrise brief: 418 MW solar project enters service in Texas

Also on the rise: Invenergy will develop 127 MW of solar for Guzman Energy, Silfab doubles its U.S. manufacturing capacity, and our inertia is making us vulnerable to disaster.

Watch: Juno Solar enters service in Texas with 418 MW of capacity

Juno is one of five projects SB Energy is building this year, with an additional 1.3 GW scheduled to come online over the next seven months.

Sunrise brief: Solar projects in Texas will now need to plan for their ‘sunset’ years

Also on the rise: Altus Power buys a seven-state solar portfolio, CenterPoint Energy wants an OK for 335 MW of solar capacity, and JinkoSolar unveils details about its new bifacial panel.

Solar decommissioning rules are coming to Texas

Solar companies operating in Texas will now need to comply with decommissioning requirements similar to those imposed on wind companies back in 2019.

Constellation to supply a host of corporate customers with 140 MW of Texas solar

Constellation will buy 140 MW of the planned 200 MW Big Star Solar Project currently under development near Austin.

Intersect Power names equipment suppliers and EPC for California and Texas solar projects

The 415 MW Radian project in Texas and the 313 MW Athos III project in California are expected to begin construction later this year, and will enter service in 2022.

Texas laws aim to better protect the state’s power grid from extreme weather events

The legislation was sparked by a mid-February winter storm that lasted for days and crippled much of the state’s electric power grid.


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