In developing its resource plan, NorthWestern Energy apparently used modeling assumptions that favor gas-fired generation, says the Sierra Club. The group has filed a legal motion requesting access to the modeling inputs, and to the model itself.
Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association has announced it is creating an aggressive “Responsible Energy Plan,” one which begins with the retiring of the 100 MW Nucla Coal Plant in early 2020.
Welcome one and all to your Hump Day pvMB, where today we’ll be looking at a solar on a really cool low income housing project for veterans, California Senators calling for solar + storage inclusion in wildfire bills, a data center builder breaking into solar and more!
Hundreds of megawatts of coal-fired generation will soon be going off-line for good. And what’s even better is that these plants are set to be replaced with somewhere in the ballpark of 800 MW of solar.
Hecate Energy is building a 50 MWac solar project which could allow the city of Albuquerque get 2/3 of its power from non-emitting resources.
Guzman Energy has proposed to finance the early closure of most of 1.1 GW of coal generation in Colorado and New Mexico, as part of a deal to offer 1.2 GW of wind and solar generation, plus storage backed by gas. Tri-State Generation has declined the offer.
Hello all and welcome to your Thursday pvMB, today we’ll be checking out OpenSolar’s new solar software design and sales app, Azelio’s thermal energy storage becoming PV compatible and more!
With Washington Governor Jay Inslee signing his state’s 100% clean energy target into law yesterday, most of the easy victories have now been achieved, and the path forward is more complicated.
Yesterday Washington became the fourth state to mandate 100% carbon-free electricity, with promises to meet mandates early by Avista and PNM in New Mexico.
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