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Jack Daniels orders a shot of solar through TVA’s Green Invest program

The 20 MW project will help the iconic brand meet roughly 75% of electricity demand at its Lynchburg, Tennessee distillery.

NIPSCO brings another 200 MW of solar to Indiana

The Elliot Solar project is NIPSCO’s latest planned capacity addition as the utility continues to pursue renewables to ease its coal plant retirements.

Sunrise brief: Partners announce $2b investment in utility-scale solar and wind

Also on the rise: Hydro-Québec grid gains a BESS, Connecticut announces its 2021 Green Liberty Bond issuance, and two VC pros launch a fund to back cleantech startups.

Con Edison adds another battery energy storage system

The utility and its partner, GI Energy, choose customer locations where the utility’s analysis shows the electrical grid needs support.

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New York real estate owner marks halfway point on solar deployment project

Solar panels have been installed on 26 of the 45 buildings Zara Realty owns and manages in Queens, producing 1.3 million kWh.

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Clearway starts work on solar-plus-storage projects in Hawaii

The two projects represent a $280 million investment. Construction is being led by Moss and is expected to be complete in 2022.

Saudi Arabia’s second PV tender draws world record low bid of $0.0104/kWh

The record low price was offered for the 600 MW Al Shuaiba PV IP project, which competed in the second round of the country’s procurement scheme for renewable energy.

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Expanding community solar can bring jobs and economic benefits to hard-hit communities

Community solar offers a unique opportunity for recovery in a Covid-racked economy, but needs to go beyond the contained role it has traditionally held in the American energy landscape.

West Virginia legislators advance a solar leasing bill

The bill allows residential and commercial and industrial customers to buy electricity from a leased solar system located on their property.

Branson group is rebuilding another hurricane-damaged solar array

Hardened to withstand winds up to 180 mph, the 6.4 MW facility in the U.S. Virgin Islands is expected to enter service in the fourth quarter.

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