Also on the rise: Hydro-Québec grid gains a BESS, Connecticut announces its 2021 Green Liberty Bond issuance, and two VC pros launch a fund to back cleantech startups.
The utility and its partner, GI Energy, choose customer locations where the utility’s analysis shows the electrical grid needs support.
Solar panels have been installed on 26 of the 45 buildings Zara Realty owns and manages in Queens, producing 1.3 million kWh.
The two projects represent a $280 million investment. Construction is being led by Moss and is expected to be complete in 2022.
Also on the rise: Governor signs Rhode Island climate bill, Li-ion battery recycler secures $20 million for a processing center, and a joint U.S.-Israeli government venture funds a cyber security initiative.
Hardened to withstand winds up to 180 mph, the 6.4 MW facility in the U.S. Virgin Islands is expected to enter service in the fourth quarter.
Check out this week’s list of some of the newest announcements related to clean energy products.
Also on the rise: A report calls on DOE to do more to secure the distribution network from cyberattacks, Q CELLS claims top market share, and the National Solar Tour may be coming to a rooftop close to you.
One installer said the ruling would extend payback periods to as long as 25 years and effectively dry up new business in southwest Indiana.
The deployment will provide peak shaving capability and aim to validate the system’s performance reliability and help determine O&M and life cycle costs.
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