Selected projects in thirteen states and Puerto Rico will be funded by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and support a resilient grid that automatically adjusts to changing demands.
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Law moving forward in Iowa that would ban solar on any land in state measured at minimal “corn suitability rating.”
A new bill in Iowa seeks to credit these waitlisted customers, but does not extend the tax credit that has spurred $5 million a year in private investment in the state.
The project will be developed by units of NextEra Energy Resources near Cedar Rapids and could enter service in late 2024.
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The 127.5 MW Wapello Solar project almost doubles the state’s previously recorded installed solar capacity.
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