Indiana regulators have approved the 195 MW Hardy Hills Solar project, the most recent on a flood of 100 MW+ solar projects planned for the Hoosier State.
Developers can make decisions up-front to reduce risks, increase profitability, and save time with SIFT’s ability to model hundreds of layouts, conditions, performance goals, and financial scenarios in seconds.
The group called on regulators to reject the plan and asked why solar — at a near-term cost of $20 per MWh — was not selected over an existing fossil generator at $51.70 per MWh.
Also on the rise: Solar + storage systems produce more than the sum of their parts; a second spacewalk deploys a new solar array at the ISS; group wins a $900m contract for a MISO-PJM HVDC transmission project; and JinkoSolar will boost its poly access by 100k tons.
South Carolina regulators rejected Duke Energy Carolina and Duke Energy Progress’ Integrated Resource Plans, and demanded a “single and clear” recommendation.
A Pew Research Center study found that solar enjoys the strongest support among those surveyed. Splits emerged when it came to Gen Z, Millennial, Gen X, and Boomers, not to mention the Republican-Democrat split.
With the market for solar modules ever-evolving, Array Technologies and PVEL released a study looking at the different module characteristics that affect site-wide tracker costs.
Also on the rise: A long-duration energy storage project advances in Canada, and Siemens is providing hydrogen-capable turbines for a Nebraska power plant repowering project.
A decade after FERC Order 1000 was issued, transmission buildout remains slow, threatening clean energy goals and expanded solar and wind energy deployment.
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