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Facebook ‘likes’ more solar power under TVA Green Invest program

The agreement also includes Facebook’s first large-scale energy storage project.

RFP alert: AEPEP seeks up to 500 MW of renewables and storage

AEP Energy Partners is on the lookout for power purchase agreements from solar, wind, and energy storage projects sited in the PJM region.

Add 16 GW solar, 10 GW storage in North Carolina, says alternative resource plan

The plan would yield $7.2 billion of cost savings, says a filing from the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association and other groups, in comparison with Duke Energy’s least-cost resource plan.

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Gulf Power breaks ground on two large solar projects and one massive battery system

As the FPL subsidiary continues its parent’s solar push, 150 MW of solar and 409 MW of storage are set to come to the Sunshine State.

Vermont utility building microgrid to provide backup power for town

GMP said Panton is the perfect place for this project because it leverages the utility’s existing 4.9 MW solar facility with utility-scale batteries already up and running in the town.

NYC installing solar at nearly 50 public schools, other facilities

The 22 MW of solar projects are expected to include some energy storage systems and help New York City and the state meet sustainability goals.

Dominion plans to ditch all South Carolina coal by 2030

After having its initially proposed integrated resource plan shot down by regulators, the utility has done a heel-turn and plans to replace the coal with 2 GW of solar, up to 900 MW of battery storage, and 1 GW of natural gas by 2048.

RFP alert: Puerto Rico launches first of six calls for renewables and storage

The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority has been ordered to procure a total of 3.75 GW or renewables and 1.5 GW of energy storage.

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Minnesota bill would curb the power homeowner associations have over solar

HOAs could still complain about some things related to solar, but could no longer ban them outright.

California bill looks to implement automated solar permitting

In an attempt to reduce installation time and cost, S.B.617 would allow for remote inspections and approvals of residential solar and solar-plus-storage systems in jurisdictions with over 10,000 residents.

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