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  • California aims to fix low-income storage program and deliver new resilience incentives

    California’s energy storage incentive program has been a great success, with more than 11,000 battery storage systems installed to-date. The problem is, it’s not reaching the state’s most vulnerable communities. A new proposal from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) aims to fix some of the barriers preventing disadvantaged communities from participating in the program,…

  • Lincoln Clean Energy to build 230-MW wind farm in Nebraska

    Lincoln Clean Energy (LCE), Ørsted’s U.S. onshore company, issued the final notice to proceed on its 230-MW Plum Creek wind facility in Wayne County, Nebraska. This follows the final investment decision from Ørsted’s Board of Directors. Source: Renewable Energy

  • Democratic presidential hopefuls take on climate change, tout goals

    Even as they touted ambitious proposals to reduce carbon emissions to a national audience, Democratic candidates for president tried to balance the boldness of their plans with the need for simplifying a complex scientific problem to make it palatable to voters. Source: Renewable Energy

  • 220-MW Grady Wind power facility in New Mexico now operational

    New Mexico’s newest wind power facility is now up and running. Pattern Energy Group 2 LP (Pattern Development) announced it has completed construction and begun operations at its 220-MW Grady Wind facility located in Curry County, New Mexico. This is the third and final phase of a 544-MW suite of wind projects, which now represent…

  • New Zealand to receive first ever floating solar

    It will be used to supplement electricity from the grid, as well as cogeneration from biogas, which is already generated on-site from wastewater treatment Source: Renewable Energy

  • Ameren Missouri to bring customers solar energy at night

    Ameren Missouri, a unit of Ameren Corp., filed plans with the Missouri Public Service Commission to build three solar + storage facilities across Missouri Source: Renewable Energy

  • Take control of energy usage with LG’s residential solar offerings

    In conjunction with North America’s Smart Energy Week, LG Electronics (LG) is underscoring its role as a top player within the U.S. residential solar market at the 2019 Solar Power International Conference. Source: Renewable Energy

  • FERC issues license for 5-MW Grant Lake Hydroelectric Project in Alaska

    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in the U.S. has issued an original operating license to Kenai Hydro LLC for its proposed 5-MW Grant Lake Hydroelectric Project in Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska. Source: Renewable Energy

  • Houston Mayor selects developer for 70-MW urban solar array in revitalization plan

    Last week, Houston, TX Mayor Sylvester Turner announced that Sunnyside Energy, led by developer Dori Wolfe of Wolfe Energy LLC, has won a competition to be considered to repurpose a 240-acre former landfill in Sunnyside. Subject to meeting certain terms and conditions, the team will construct one of the largest urban solar farms in Texas.,…

  • Renewable energy takes center stage at POWERGEN ASIA and Asian Utility Week

    In a region of the world where coal is still king, there is room for renewables. This was a takeaway from the Ministerial Address and Joint Opening Keynote at POWERGEN Asia and Asian Utility Week. The two annual events kicked off Tuesday, Sept. 3, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Source: Renewable Energy

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