The 28 MW-DC plant is part of an upcoming commercial and industrial solar program – Solar Solect – being offered by local power company Avista Utilities. The state expects to triple total solar capacity by the end of 2020.
FirstEnergy Solution Corp’s recent bankruptcy filing has put a solar power purchase agreement (PPA) with an annual value of $8 million, and a non-cash book value of $40-48 million at risk.
Recurrent Energy’s ‘Crimson’ project is proposed for siting on public land, and is moving forward in its environmental review.
The residential solar finance provider sees the capital covering approximately 9,000 solar loans at $25,000 each.
State officials reveal that New York State has 693 MW of community solar on the way – and a total pipeline of almost 1 GW. The state further projects 500 MW of that might be installed in 2018.
RGS Energy, which bought global rights to Dow’s Powerhouse 3.0 solar shingles, has seen its timelines slip for UL certification of the product.
Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co has brought its second solar plant online and sold out the 10 MW-AC community project. The utility is now pondering future growth.
The U.S.-based PV module maker has partnered with EckPack to use its ‘Trio’ packaging technology.
One installation in Silicon Valley included a 13.5kWh PowerWall and cost ‘mid-$50k’ after accounting for the 30% tax credit.
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