Also in the brief: 100-MW Mustang Two Whirlaway Solar Farm comes online in California, Arizona utility APS offering $144M to tribes in coal-country, Q CELLS to build a 41-MW floating PV power plant.
Also in the brief: Cypress Creek Renewables completed a tax equity buyout and refinancing of project-level debt for 92 MW of its solar energy portfolio
Also in the brief: Environmental concerns could limit the foreign market lor liquid natural gas (LNG), Trump administration lies about fracking employment.
Kansas’ largest utility Evergy wants to charge PV panel users — or everyone, plus Dominion fighting community solar, Utah PSC decides to lower export rate.
Also in the brief: Wyoming regulators are critical of Pacificorp’s transition plan and solar and renewable industry leaders have begun an initiative to increase workforce diversity and inclusion throughout the industry.
Here’s this week’s gigawatt of big solar project news.
Even four years of the most pro-coal president in recent memory has done little to change coal’s misfortunes.
The Covid-19 pandemic continues to cast a cloud on industries around the world, but the U.S. utility-scale solar segment is still growing. Around 3 GW of solar PV is set to be installed this year in Texas alone, but opportunities also abound across several other southern U.S. states.
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