The facility bundles a letter of credit and equipment financing to support the company’s project pipeline.
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The utility requests proposals for solar PV and onshore wind development as well as energy storage.
The US solar manufacturer booked nearly 12 GW in less than 60 days since the prior earnings call, bringing year-to-date bookings to 16.7 GW.
The 8.4 MW array will be housed across three Caesars properties and will mark significant progress towards the company’s goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 100% before 2050.
Eligible projects will range from 0.5 MW to 20 MW and will serve the growth of the utility’s solar opt-in program, which connects customers to renewable energy for a small premium.
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The Nevada utility is accepting proposals for solar projects, as well as energy storage, wind, and other forms of renewables.
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