The two giants, one in the utility sector and the other in retail, have reached an agreement over the protested bill credit model in Duke’s Green Source Advantage Program and Rider.
The lithium supplier is banking on both its substantial history and new developments in the rapidly growing the electric vehicle market.
The country’s largest privately held renewable developer looks to expand its influence in the Tar Heel State.
The utility is opening an RFP for utility-scale projects, as well as offering a solar rebate program for rooftop systems.
The company’s U.S. subsidiary is part of the purchasing agreement, which appears to come just in time as the factory in Shelby was running out of funds to operate.
Despite an earlier compromise, the controversial customer charges to pay for the utility’s $13 billion Power/Forward program have been rejected, and an increase on fixed charges for Duke customers will be limited to $14 per month.
Innogy’s US subsidiary will gain exclusive rights for the acquisition of 13 solar PV projects currently owned by North Carolina’s Birdseye Renewable Energy. The projects have a cumulative capacity of 440MW and are at various stages of development.
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