The capacity was awarded under the Illinois Adjustable Block Program, which was approved in September, after months of industry stagnation.
The project is Leeward Renewable Energy’s newest in Kern County. It will provide electricity for two California community choice aggregators.
The 350 MW Harvey Solar Project is expected to create between 300 and 400 jobs and generate $3.15 million in property tax revenue for the county.
Job moves in solar, storage, cleantech, utilities, and energy transition finance.
Nearly 10 GW of new utility-scale solar were added through the first 10 months of 2021, a record amount of capacity additions over that time period.
The project is among the largest ever proposed in Indiana and Hoosier Energy Rural Electric Cooperative has a 20-year contract in place to buy the electricity generated.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities issued an order expanding the SMART program from 1,600 to 3,200 MW of solar capacity, allowing 175 MW of stagnant solar to move ahead.
The 7.5 MW Maybrook Road community solar project represents the second collaboration between Source and NJR Clean Energy Ventures.
The Bureau of Land Management is soliciting proposals for solar development on nearly 90,000 acres of public land located across Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico.
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