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Cypress Creek secures $450 million in funding

“This agreement accelerates our mission to put as much solar in the ground as soon as possible”

Strata Solar implements total quality management program

North Carolina’s largest installer of utility- and commercial-scale solar systems spent two years developing and refining a total quality management program to showcase their commitment to getting projects done right the first time.

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SMA and Cypress Creek enter into 10-year master service agreement

Two industry powerhouses join forces to combine their experience to maximize up-time for Cypress’ ever-expanding portfolio.

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North Carolina bill would revise PURPA procurement rules if signed by governor

House Bill 589, which overhauls the regulations surrounding utility procurement from independent power producers, passed in the wee hours this morning and heads to Gov. Roy Cooper for his signature.

Dominion moving further into solar with 79 MW project in North Carolina

The power giant’s plans to buy the project from Cypress Creek add to its utility arm’s ambition to sign contracts with 950 MW of solar projects in the state by 2021.

Soltage, Basalt acquire 57 MW of PURPA solar projects in North Carolina

The projects are expected to begin construction in May 2017, as Duke chafes under the growing PURPA pipeline in the state.

“Red state” utilities populate the top 10 lists for solar

SEPA’s annual utility list shows utilities in North Carolina, Iowa and Utah among the top 3 in its lists for solar installed on an absolute and per-customer basis. The organization also published new lists of the top utilities for storage deployment.

GCL Energy receives $60 million for 84 MW solar portfolio in North Carolina

With the help of CIT Group, the China-based company hopes to kickstart its U.S. solar portfolio with this first infusion of cash.

GTM Research: U.S. solar market to decline 10% in 2017 (with charts)

The full release of the latest U.S. Solar Market Insight report gives a number of surprises, including Utah and Georgia rising to the #2 and #3 largest state markets with over 1 GW installed each.

Duke proposes dismantling PURPA for solar in North Carolina

The power company has proposed a number of severe changes to the policy, including limiting contracts to projects 1 MW or smaller and allowing prices to change every two years.

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