The 1 MW installation is set to provide power to up to 1,000 customers, with more projects planned for Wisconsin and Iowa.
Governors of five states agreed to increase access to electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the Midwest.
The three projects represent a greater than 50% increase in the state’s installed solar capacity and are part of utility Alliant’s growing solar capacity.
The Paris Solar Energy Center was approved by regulators, but the developer is now asking to increase the storage total to 110 MW.
Michigan and Wisconsin have both introduced community solar legislation, banking on the success that neighboring Minnesota has had with community installations.
The 20 MW O’Brien Solar Fields are helping local governments and businesses meet their renewable energy goals, as MGE turns its focus towards a proposed 300 MW solar project with a 165 MW battery.
The 150 MW Onion River solar project was approved for construction, despite opposition from members of the community over the potential loss of crop land near Green Bay.
The Earth Day decisions allows the utility to move forward with six solar facilities with a combined capacity of 675 MW and a price tag of more than $880 million.
The six projects would range in size from 50 to 100 MW and would almost double the state’s current installed solar capacity.
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