8minutenergy Renewables, LLC, (“8minutenergy”), the leading independent solar developer in the United States, announced today at the Gulf Coast Power Association Fall Conference in Austin, Texas the company has formally expanded operations into Texas. 8minutenergy recently opened an office in Houston to drive the over 2 gigawatts (GW) of utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) projects that the company […]
The project would be right at home in Kern County, which already hosts multiple utility-scale projects in the 100 MW+ range.
The 450 MWdc cluster is finally fully operational in California, heralding the start of a Capital Dynamics project pipeline that encompasses multiple GW across the utility and C&I spaces.
The 121 MWdc Springbok 3 brings the Springbok series to 448 MW, as Capital Dynamics continues its investments in U.S. solar.
Hello everybody, what’s up? Today we’re coming at you live from Salt Lake City for Solar Power International 2019! We’ll also be looking at a Duke Nuke commitment, Rhode Island’s first community solar project and more!
Hello one and all and welcome to today’s pvMB. On this fine day we’ll be looking at Marin Clean Energy’s $2.8 million net metering paybacks, Utah’s hidden solar potential, Standard Solar’s new community solar e-book and more!
The United States’ solar market is growing again this year, and it is expected to accelerate further in 2020 and 2021, with heavy construction continuing through the end of 2023. For PV module suppliers, the different market segments require varying strategies for success.
As contract lengths shorten, U.S. solar developers and investors are relying more and more on sales of power in the spot market as the future.
Welcome, welcome to this Thursday’s pvMB. Today we’ll be checking out Suntuity’s free solar giveaway, Brooklyn Solar Canopies going south, sPower and Cypress Creek alleging project blocking by Consumers, the launch of the Atlas platform and all the rest of today’s ultra-important solar news.
A 500 MW project is being considered today by the Kern County Board of Supervisors, the latest in the ever-growing list of mind-bogglingly large projects in California.
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