ComEd, Illinois subsidiary of Exelon, posts a Hosting Capacity Map showing solar potential based on infrastructure capabilities on a local basis.
The two projects, at 227 and 150 MW respectively will greatly increase the capacity of installed solar in both states.
Duke Energy has filed for lessor certification in North Carolina, in hopes to start leasing solar to the state’s largest nonresidential customers.
The mix of rooftop and ground-mounted systems will total 23 MW, with start of construction planned for the first half of 2019.
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 Exelon subsidiary buying up PFMG follows on a long history of collaboration between the two companies.
In this interview from the Solar Power International 2018 conference, pv magazine USA talks with Standard Solar CEO Scott Wiater and Chief Development Officer Tony Clifford about the challenges that the U.S. commercial and industrial (C&I) solar market is facing, and how to move past them.
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