Wisconsin

To be, or not to be – a solar facility or a utility?

Iowa solar contractor Eagle Point Solar is suing Wisconsin utility WE Energies for blocking its solar lease with the City of Milwaukee, stating that it would make the contractor an electric utility. The contractor contends that a private agreement does not denote public sale of electricity.

Alabama’s largest solar project has an offtaker, Pedernales Co-op’s first battery project: pvMB 5/29/19

Hello from sunny Atlanta and, more importantly, Solar Power Southeast 2019. Today we’ll be hitting you, figuratively, with Eagle Point Solar’s lawsuit in Wisconsin, Executive changes at PJM Interconnection, Tennessee’s largest landfill project and everything else you can handle.

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Wisconsin utility wants to tax the sun 24%

We Energies has filed to increase fixed fees 10.3% and charge a residential solar power fixed cost recovery charge of $3.53/kW/month.

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Wisconsin moves forward with two massive solar projects

State regulators have approved Invenergy’s 300 MWac Badger Hollow Solar Farm and NextEra’s 150 MWac Two Creeks Solar project, as part of a wave of large-scale solar that is coming to Wisconsin.

Supersized solar in the Midwest

Long seen as a slow region for solar deployment, the U.S. Midwest has seen an explosion of project development in recent years. And while there is still a lot of speculation and uncertainty, one way or another this region is going to see major development.

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pvMB 2/20/19: Community solar coming to Kewanee, Dalian Linton produces a 4-meter mono ingot… and more!

Hello and welcome to your Hump Day pvMB. Today we’ll be looking at the solar “Squid Boat” taking Key West by storm, Badger State Solar Park getting a power contract, Hanwha Q CELLS LA Dodgers partnership and everything else you need to stay informed.

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Big cheese gets big solar+storage proposal

Invenergy has proposed a solar project up to 200 MWac / 300 MWdc in capacity with a 50 MW / 200 MWh battery in Kenosha County, Wisconsin.

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Green New Deal arrives in state legislatures

This blog post by EQ Research takes a look at the spur of state-level green energy initiatives that have followed in the wake of the Green New Deal.

pvMB 3/11/19: Wisconsin’s big development, Vistra’s energy retail business… and more!

Hello, welcome to your workweek and the pvmb. Today we’ll be looking at Florida A&M and Duke’s partnership on a 74.9 MW project, a 5 MW plant coming to Massachusetts, a former Virginia coal plant being converted to solar and everything else you need for this new week in the solar industry.

pvMB 3/8/19: Solar tariff exemptions for Turkey and India stay, solar on libraries, schools, and homes oh my!

Its Friday, and that means you’re going to miss out on the pvMB for a whole weekend – we’re there for you! Today we cover Hanwha’s response to LONGi’s statements over its lawsuit, Cypress Creek looking in Pennsylvania, and a whole lot of places where rooftop solar is being installed.

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