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Nevertire solar farm begins sending power to NSW grid

By Sophie Vorrath Nevertire Solar Farm starts sending small amounts of its 132MW nameplate capacity to the grid from its location near Warren, in New South Wales’ north-west. The post Nevertire solar farm begins sending power to NSW grid appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

EnerBank expands loan term options for solar customers

By Kelsey Misbrener EnerBank USA, the national consumer lender that helps strategic business partners and independent home improvement contractors increase their sales, recently announced four new Triple Option Loan terms for contractors to offer homeowners who are installing solar panels and expect to receive income tax incentives, rebates, and/or other significant payments. The new loan…

Renewables ‘hit a wall’ in saturated Upper Midwest grid #MN #ND #USA

By National Wind Watch In August, two wind farm developers quietly withdrew their requests to tie into the Midwest power grid. NextEra Energy Inc. and Southern Power Co. filed the notices with regulators in Minnesota and North Dakota, respectively. The documents didn’t draw much attention. Developers routinely enter the Midcontinent Independent System Operator’s (MISO) interconnection…

New York state will consolidate billing for community solar customers

By Kelly Pickerel The New York Public Service Commission yesterday adopted a measure to consolidate the utility bills of community distributed generation (CDG) customers. Consolidated billing will lower consumer costs of CDG, improve the overall customer experience and reduce CDG sponsor costs. Moreover, the consolidated billing approach will reduce market barriers which have impeded development…

California solar industry celebrates 1 million solar roofs, sets new goal for storage

By Kelsey Misbrener Former Governors Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jerry Brown and other local elected officials joined local high school students, business leaders and workers, renewable energy advocates, and community leaders marked achieving one million solar roofs across California during a celebration event at Buchanan High School in Clovis. In 2006, then-Governor Schwarzenegger signed the Million…

California Seeks to Shift Major Battery Incentive Toward Fire, Blackout Resiliency

By [email protected] Over its 13-year history, California’s Self-Generation Incentive Program has been the state’s primary driver for distributed solar, biomass power systems, fuel cells. and, over the past half-decade or so, behind-the-meter batteries. Now California regulators are proposing a new role for SGIP: giving battery-solar backup systems to those at greatest risk of wildfires and…

California Seeks to Shift Major Battery Incentive Toward Fire, Blackout Resiliency

By [email protected]ntechmedia.com Over its 13-year history, California’s Self-Generation Incentive Program has been the state’s primary driver for distributed solar, biomass power systems, fuel cells. and, over the past half-decade or so, behind-the-meter batteries. Now California regulators are proposing a new role for SGIP: giving battery-solar backup systems to those at greatest risk of wildfires and…

Decmil shares slump after problems at huge Sunraysia solar project

By Giles Parkinson Decmil shares slump after revealing it was latest contractor to be hit by delays in solar farm commissioning, this time with the big Sunraysia project in NSW. The post Decmil shares slump after problems at huge Sunraysia solar project appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew…

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