The Arizona utility has announced two solicitations that will increase its renewable energy portfolio to 2.5 GW by 2021, as a coalition of more than two dozen groups submits a proposal for a shift to 100% clean energy.
The top on-site home for corporate solar remains the same in SEIA’s 2018 Solar Means Business Report, but new challengers have entered, as the report includes off-site solar for the first time.
The acquisition will bring TerraForm’s distributed generation portfolio to around 750 MW, making it one of the largest owners of behind-the-meter solar in the nation.
CarVal and the New York-based company have acquired a 75 MW portfolio of solar plants in New Jersey, and followed this by closing on $300 million in debt.
Georgia Power has been required to solicit 2.21 GW of solar and 80 MW of energy storage to come online over the next five years. This is the largest single acquisition of solar in Georgia’s history and will double the state’s installed capacity.
Welcome back from your weekend and into the pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at Solar Star’s negative Fitch rating, Athol, Massachusetts’ moratorium on solar, JinkoSolar winning a leadership award… and more!
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