A recent filing by Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana reveals a 67% decrease in distributed solar installations since Indiana-Michigan Power Company replaced net metering with the “excess distributed generation” program.
The company will invest $800 million to open the manufacturing plant.
The Singapore-based developer of glassless, frameless solar modules plans to invest nearly $35 million to renovate a facility in Indianapolis.
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AES Indiana filed for a 200 MW/800 MWh battery project, slated to be Indiana’s largest. Located at the site of a partially decommissioned multi-unit coal plant, now transitioning to gas, AES expects the project to receive a 40% investment tax credit with the Energy Community adder, and come online by December 1, 2024.
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The solar installation is enabling Valmont to create utility transmission and distribution poles at scale with lower greenhouse gas emissions.
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The projects are part of NIPSCO’s 2.4 GW clean energy fleet replacing a coal generation portfolio to be retired in the coming years.
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