Illinois electric utility publishes online map of potential solar capacity

ComEd, Illinois subsidiary of Exelon, posts a Hosting Capacity Map showing solar potential based on infrastructure capabilities on a local basis.

Community solar+storage is still rock and roll to me

Silicon Valley Clean Energy and Monterey Bay Community have signed 15 year power contracts with Recurrent Energy on a 150 MW-AC + 180 MWh solar+storage plant.

San Diego to form world’s largest single city CCA

The announcement comes as a part of Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer’s ambitious 100% by 2035 renewable energy mandate for the city.

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New York State is hitting its community solar stride

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.

Duke proposes renewable purchase program for SC’s C&I sector

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.

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Arizona’s largest solar project for a school district goes online

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.

Community solar for a dime in Minnesota

Minnesota regulators have approved a 1.5¢/kWh incentive for residential customers of “solar gardens”, as they seek to boost the residential to commercial customer wattage ratio from the current 1:9.

Solar grows in Brooklyn

Solar power is about to make affordable housing in Brooklyn and Queens a little more affordable.

Nautilus acquires 6.6 MW community solar project in Prince George’s County

The project on several sites on a landfill will become the second made available to community solar customers of PEPCO’s Maryland service area.

Local solar at the heart of Cleveland’s 100% renewable energy goal

The Midwestern city is looking to put community solar on vacant and contaminated land and making it easier for residents and business to go solar, as well as employing community choice aggregation.

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