Texas

The Queen of Texas solar

Texas has a new largest installed solar project, as Innergex Renewable Energy’s 315 MWdc Phoebe solar farm has been completed.

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Massive solar project(s) in Florida, Enphase to supply Sunrun with inverters: pvMB 11/19/19

Hello one and all and welcome to the pvMB! Today we’ve got a big project approved in Michigan, a battery discussion at UMass Lowell, developments on the Buckthorn Westext solar lawsuit and more!

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Corporate solar purchase agreements could yield a fixed rate of return

In this op-ed, journalist William Driscoll proposes that corporations could earn a fixed rate of return from a corporate solar purchase, at reduced risk, if a financial firm offered a new type of solar purchase agreement.

Another giant makes its home in Texas

Ground has broken on Ørsted’s 420 MWac Permian Energy Center, complete with a 40 MWac battery unit to complement the project’s solar generation.

Storage for decades, Vote Solar partners with Beyond Carbon: pvMB 11/12/19

Hello and welcome back to the pvMB. Today we’ve got on the agenda McDonald’s virtual PPA, Nautilus acquiring 17 MW community solar and solar democracy in New Jersey.

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ENGIE begins work on its fleet’s behemoth

Construction has begun on the Long Draw Solar project, a 225 MW monster located in Borden County, set to serve four Texas municipalities.

SoftBank expands U.S. holdings with massive solar buy

SB Energy has bought 1.7 GW of solar projects under development in California and Texas from fast-growing developer Intersect Power.

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Wells Fargo signs a huge renewable deal, Newlight Partners invests $150 million in solar developer: pvMB 10/23/19

Hello one and all and guess what? You’re reading a Hump Day MB. Today we’ll be looking at a solar advocacy group doing its job, PacifiCorp’s final IRP, the UC Irvine Engineers for a sustainable future event and more!

Another hedged solar project moves forward in Texas

Cubico has closed on financing for the 162 MW Wagyu project on Texas’ Gulf Coast, which holds both a hedge and a PPA, the latest such project to move forward.

Texas city suing Clearway to escape solar contract

The city of Georgetown, Texas is suing a subsidiary of Clearway, over allegations that the company withheld critical project performance details during contract renegotiations for the Buckthorn solar plant in late 2016.

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