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Sunrise brief: Dominion adds to its solar energy portfolio

Also on the rise: Your agenda for the Biden Administration, FirstEnergy’s solar RFP, Canada’s clean energy RFP, Maverick enters service, and coal ain’t dead just yet.


RFP alert: Three Pennsylvania utilities seeking solar energy credits

Parent company FirstEnergy is requesting 137,000 credits for a trio of utilities, with qualifying applications due in February.

Silicon Ranch selects Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives to construct 100 MW of solar in Georgia

The project is being constructed to help support Facebook’s data center in Newton County, Georgia, and represents the solar partners’ second such project.

Rhode Island issues its plan to achieve 100% renewable electricity by 2030

The Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources and The Brattle Group released the report outlining how the state can meet 100% of electricity demand with renewable energy by 2030.

Amazon to share 120 MW of solar with D.C. suburb

The company and the county agreed through a virtual power purchase agreement to offtake generation from Dominion Energy’s upcoming 120 MW solar facility in Virginia.

Florida regulators approve Duke plan to add 750 MW of solar

Concerns were raised over plans to construct 10 new solar facilities and use a voluntary charge on residential and small business customers to help pay for them.

Xcel Energy wants 500 MW of solar at a retiring coal plant

The utility is accepting proposals to build solar projects of at least 75 MW that interconnect to the existing infrastructure at its Sherco plant.

Sunrise brief: New York offers funds for electric bus transition

Also on the rise: Fluence gains an investor, Cap Dynamics buys an Arizona solar facility, and legislation would boost DER as a safeguard in wildfire-prone California.


FPL brings 5 new solar projects on line

The Florida utility is bringing a combined 375 MW of solar capacity into operation on New Year’s Eve.

With new safety measures in place, APS looks to reengage with BESS

Arizona Public Service wants more battery energy storage capacity and has new safety standards in place, prompted by a 2019 thermal runaway event in a utility-scale BESS near Phoenix.

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