NV Energy is making major plays in response to Nevada’s recently-raised RPS, as the company announced today that it will be purchasing power from three massive projects, totaling 1.2 GW of solar and 590 MW of battery storage.
The plan calls for the deployment of nearly 260 MW of battery storage across the three islands of Oahu, Maui and Hawaii, in addition to renewable development. Could the fixation on storage within this proposal show the state’s determination for peak shifting?
Hello and welcome one and all to the start of the week and this Monday’s pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at the polling saying 42% of Dems prefer plans to decarbonize by 2030, the cost of energy storage in New Jersey, Duke’s North Rosamond power plant going on-line and more!
Hello and welcome to the Thursday morning brief! Boy do we have a packed brief for you, where we’ll be looking at NEXTracker reaching 20 GW of trackers, SEIA calling for an extension of the ITC, 1 GW of US clean energy projects auctioned at NYSE and more!
Hello one and all and welcome to the Wednesday morning pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at Nautilus completing a NY community solar installation, SOMAH’s applicant acceptance process, Enphase donating inverters… and more!
Rapid action is being taken on Senate Bill 568 in North Carolina. The bill calls for the establishment of a decommission fund for all new utility-scale renewable projects and would require the recycling of all pv modules and battery components after their operation. However is the bill as pro-renewables as it sounds?
Happy Monday and welcome to the pvMB. Today, we’ll be looking at KBRA rating Sunnova’s solar loan notes, Prudential funding Soltage, CellCube’s $6 million flow battery deal and more!
A trio of projects have been approved by the state of Virginia which could greatly increase the state’s solar capacity.
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