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Testing prairie and pollinator agrivoltaics at a former nuclear power site

The EPRI and SMUD project team will create a pollinator habitat under a 160 MW utility-scale solar project and measure changes in energy, soil carbon and management costs at the site.


McDonald’s logistics group signs virtual PPA for renewable energy from Texas solar-plus-storage project

The 189 MW/ 88.2 MWh solar-plus-storage facility is the equivalent to the energy use of more than 900 U.S. McDonald’s restaurants.

Meta procures 720 MW of solar for southeast data centers from Silicon Ranch

Silicon Ranch will build, own, operate and maintain seven solar facilities, bringing significant investment to rural communities throughout the region.

First Solar becomes third clean energy company to join S&P 500 Index

Tempe, Arizona-based First Solar is planning 10 GWdc of  new solar module manufacturing capacity in Ohio and Alabama by 2025.

Community solar top ranking, solar-plus-storage development are top of mind at NYSEIA Summit

The Empire State’s clean energy advocacy groups are within days of receiving the state’s Energy Storage Roadmap framework.

Stellantis signs second largest corporate PPA on record for 400 MW of solar

The maker of Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat and Jeep vehicles has committed the second largest corporate PPA after Ford.

Clean energy apprenticeship program to train and employ New Jersey residents

The utility to non-profit partnership initiative is aimed at creating 3,200 clean energy jobs in the NY-NJ tri-state area.

PSC approves Madison Gas purchase of 32.5 MW of power from 325 MW solar-plus-storage project

A local utility said the large renewable energy project is needed to help meet capacity requirements as utilities retire a 1.39 GW coal power fleet.


USDA provides funding to solar-powered agricultural dehydrator

JUA Technologies has developed PV-powered crop dehydration products that don’t require electricity, oil and gas fuel.

Brookfield Renewable company acquires 21.6 MW community solar portfolio in Maine

The three projects are expected to generate 27,600 MWh of low-carbon energy annually, enough to power 8,400 homes in Maine.

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