Daily Archives: June 5, 2019

innogy begins construction on 250-MW Ohio wind farm

By Michelle Froese German energy company, innogy, has begun construction on its first U.S. onshore wind farm. The 250-MW Scioto Ridge project in Hardin and Logan Counties, Ohio will consist of 75 Siemens Gamesa wind turbines. In 2018, innogy acquired a 2 GW project pipeline, which included over 20 onshore wind projects at various stages…

Starbucks buys in to two separate solar PPAs using LevelTen’s procurement platform

By Kelly Pickerel Starbucks has closed on a three-project 146-MW renewable energy portfolio that consists of a 50-MW wind project and two solar projects totaling 96 MW. The portfolio, custom-built using LevelTen Energy‘s technology-enabled procurement platform, aggregates three strategically-located PPAs, each with nearly-identical terms, from three distinct project developers. The portfolio incorporates 146 MW from…

Fellowship Energy wins DOE award for expanding solar access for nonprofits

By Kelsey Misbrener Fellowship Energy, a clean energy finance company developing solar projects for faith-based organizations, parochial schools and other nonprofit organizations, has won the Best Nonprofit Program in the Solar in Your Community Challenge, part of a $5 million competition from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Solar Technologies Office that aims to expand…

Solar Basics: 3 steps for developers to succeed in solar+storage

By Kelsey Misbrener Solar Basics is a video series by Solar Power World created to help installers learn about the business, tools and tricks of the solar power trade. To capitalize on burgeoning solar-plus-storage markets, solar developers need to include more multi-dimensional thinking into their projects. We look at three steps they can take to…

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