The renewables arm of the French energy giant has bought the Switch Station 1 and Switch Station 2 projects for an undisclosed sum.
The Italian inverter maker will supply its devices for a large-scale PV project under development in Nevada.
After authorizing the return of net metering earlier in the week, Sandoval quietly killed two important pieces of renewable energy legislation.
Southern California Edison will purchase 125 MW AC from the Maverick Solar (formerly Palen 1) Plant, which is expected to start delivering electricity on Dec. 1, 2020.
Interested parties can submit plans from now until July 6, winners of the contracts will be announced on Oct. 19 and the projects are expected to be online in 2020.
Governor Sandoval’s signing of the bill in Las Vegas will put an end to a year and a half of market interruption after regulators he appointed abruptly scrapped the policy.
Following a promise by Governor Sandoval to sign legislation re-instating net metering, the nation’s three largest residential solar companies have all said that they will return.
The RPS which now goes to Governor Sandoval’s desk is a step back from an 80% by 2040 proposal, and the net metering bill represents a compromise with NV Energy.
Governor Brian Sandoval signed Senate Bill 145 and several other bills late last week that will help re-establish a thriving solar industry — and encourage other renewables efforts in the state — after two years of regulatory repression.
The ongoing discussion in the Nevada legislature over a proposed modification of net metering in the state last week included a $1.3 billion estimate of the cost over 20 years from NV Energy.
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