Also on the rise: 50 States of solar incentives: West Virginia. California extends solar property tax exemption, Missouri does not. And more.
After implementing SB 52 last fall, ten rural Ohio jurisdictions have banned large “single interconnection” wind or solar facilities in unincorporated areas.
250,000 AEP Ohio customers did not need to lose their power due to forced outages on June 14 -16th. There is an alternative, one that can quickly and efficiently shed load with minimal to no impact on customers: Armada Power.
We take control of approximately 17% of residential load with our patented water heater control technology. We are able to shed and manage that load around grid constraints, shortening or completely eliminating the need for rolling blackouts. All while maintaining customer comfort so that end users won’t be able to detect that an event has occurred.
The proposals are for Innergex’s 200 MW Palomino Solar Energy Project and EDP Renewables’ 200 MW/800 MWh Flint Grid battery energy storage facility.
The project is the third-largest approved under the state’s recent large-scale solar boom.
Hyperion will invest more than $297 million in the new facility in Columbus, Ohio, where it will manufacture its next-generation hydrogen fuel cell, which will power its new line of stationary and mobile energy storage products, including its XP-1 hypercar.
Also on the rise: PosiGen, a provider of solar PV and energy efficiency solutions to low-to-moderate income households announced the close of a $100 million preferred equity financing. iSun receives its largest order yet for solar canopies for EV charging stations. Recurrent Energy completes sale of Firefly Energy solar project in Virginia. Solar Energy World, energyOrbit, and Fusion Fuel Green announce new hires.
The 350 MW Harvey Solar Project is expected to create between 300 and 400 jobs and generate $3.15 million in property tax revenue for the county.
The projects include the 275 MW Cadence Solar Energy project, one of the largest projects to be approved for construction in the Buckeye State.
Clearview Solar I and Ross County Solar are the state’s latest utility-scale project approvals with more expected.
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