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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.

Wells Fargo joins Duke Energy’s GSA program with solar buy

The bank is the fourth major corporate buyer to enter the program, with a contract for 58 MW of the Blackburn Solar Project.

S&B USA acquires a massive solar project coming to Texas

The 260 MW Brazoria West Solar Project was sold by Savion and marks S&B USA’s second solar buy since entering the U.S. market.

4 steps mid-sized companies should follow when considering solar

Smaller companies can benefit from solar, and often are expected to do so by large companies that need to trim the environmental impact of their supply chains. Here are four steps to take when considering solar.


Target expands its renewables strategy by signing PPAs for solar and wind energy

The retail giant announced three power purchase agreements that will bring it nearly halfway to its goal of sourcing all of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030.

Adapture Renewables acquires an 81 MW solar project in Texas

The company initially financed the Rippey Solar project and now has acquired it, expanding its Lone Star State solar portfolio to 95 MW.

Duke Energy announces major solar additions in Florida and the Carolinas

More than 1.3 GW will be built or owned by the utility across Florida and the Carolinas in the coming years, driven by the company’s Competitive Procurement for Renewable Energy program.

Longroad buys Arizona solar capacity from First Solar

The projects include 200 MW slated to enter service in June and 700 MW in early-stage development.

TVA says its contracted solar capacity has grown 60% since October

The company plans to release a new request for proposals this spring, have over 2 GW of solar operating by the end of 2023, and expand that figure to up to 10 GW of solar by 2040.


Masdar reaches first close on 1.6 GW solar and wind portfolio

The Abu Dhabi-based renewable energy company said the U.S. offers “considerable scope for further growth.”

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