Duke Energy has filed for lessor certification in North Carolina, in hopes to start leasing solar to the state’s largest nonresidential customers.
The Empire State has seen its installed solar capacity increase 1,000 fold since 2011, due in part to the next-man-up nature of the state’s community solar industry.
RMI’s 2018 Corporate Renewable Energy Procurement Mid-year Market Update shows that corporations are buying more renewable energy than ever before and show no signs of slowing down.
Tesla is planning accelerated development and construction of this new battery and EV plant, which will mark the company’s first soirée into international production.
The program, like community solar for nonresidential customers, will allow business customers of Duke Energy Carolinas and Duke Energy Progress to purchase renewable energy and the RECs that come with it to reach their sustainability goals and reduce their electrical bills.
The project consists of over 73,000 photovoltaic panels across 82 Tucson Unified School
District school campuses and support facilities, and will provide the district with 47% of its electricity needs.
The investment comes as part of Governor Cuomo’s ambitious state mandate of 1,500 MW of energy storage by 2025, in hopes of shifting generation to match demand.
The unique project will match Texas’ largest previous battery storage project to address the difference between peak generation and peak demand.
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