The Arizona-based module manufacturer will install a 50 MW battery system charged by a 65 MW solar farm under a 15-year power contract with the state’s largest utility.
Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA) is asking for utility-scale solar developers to submit bids by February 28 to add more solar to its solar farm, though details of the scale of the work wasn’t released.
The procurement will put the state closer to Governor Raimondo’s goal to reach 1 GW of renewable energy by the end of 2020.
A group including Cenergy Power, sPower, RP Construction Services and Array Technologies helped commission the 10 MW facility, named MCE Solar One.
GTM Research has issued new details that show that distributed solar installations will also see a more than 10% decline from the base case through 2022.
Three solar projects which were caught up in the fire sale of SunEdison assets are finally seeing the light of day.
The massive project is one of several that is selling electricity to Austin Energy under 450 MW of long-term power contracts signed in 2015.
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