The earnings call signaled continued steady expansion of its solar asset collection, in line with estimates from the second quarter
NextEra’s yieldco plans to add 269-1,169 MW of U.S. solar over the 2017-2018 timeframe.
Data show that the U.S. has more than 750 GWac of electricity generation capacity in interconnection queues, with 90% of that clean energy-related. But how much actually will be built?
Also on the rise: Recurrent Energy starts work on a 100 MW solar project for Entergy Mississippi, Elon Musk says that Tesla solar panels will only be sold with its Powerwall battery, FPL starts work on another solar project, and Atlas signs a BESS agreement with Hitachi ABB.
Also on the rise: Capstone’s 132 MW solar project in Alberta enters service, Wallbox is looking for a site to make EV chargers, General Motors leads fundraising for battery-maker SES, NextEra buys more wind, and FTC Solar starts its IPO roadshow.
Also on the rise: Duke Energy launches an EV adoption support business, Boralex closes on a portfolio deal, Priority Power acquires Satori Energy, Fourth Wave spins off a business unit, and Punxsutawney Phil digs solar.
Also in the brief: The reality of clean coal, according to the Coen Brothers, plus, Utility CEOs contribute personal money to help Republicans; Utility PACs also favor GOP — an analysis of federal campaign dollars in the 2020 election cycle. And NextEra’s burgeoning renewable portfolio.
Also in the brief: Even the world’s top coal exporter is struggling to make money from burning the fuel, RFA for D.C. solar program
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