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Enel announces new wind projects, some with paired energy storage

By WPED Staff Enel Green Power North America has started construction on three new wind projects in the United States including the Ranchland wind + storage project, Alta Farms wind project and Rockhaven wind project. In addition, Enel will add a 57-MW battery storage system to the operational High Lonesome wind farm. “The American transition…

Enel announces new solar + storage projects in Texas

By Kelly Pickerel Enel Green Power North America has started construction on two new solar + storage projects in Texas. In addition, the company will add batteries to the already operational Roadrunner solar farm. The Roseland solar + storage project in Falls County, Texas, will consist of 639.6 MW of solar and 59 MW of…

Greenbacker acquires 80-MW Montana solar project from Broad Reach Power

By Kelsey Misbrener Greenbacker Renewable Energy announced that through a wholly owned subsidiary, it purchased an 80-MWAC pre-operational solar project from Broad Reach Power. The project, MTSun Solar, is currently under development in Yellowstone County, Montana, with an expected commercial operation date of July 2022. It has a long-term PPA in place with the investment-grade…

California PHEV Owners Return to Gas Power

Electric vehicles are one way to carbon neutrality. Yet 20 percent of California PHEV owners have gone back to gas-powered vehicles.Brought to you by: EV Driven Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles

New tool empowers utilities to reduce emissions in investment planning

By Renewable Energy World By Erin Murphy and Christie Hicks, EDF As the United States moves toward decarbonization, cities and states must use all means available to reduce climate pollution, and natural gas utilities should be at the forefront of this rapid energy transition. Gas utilities are the subject of increasing scrutiny because plans to…

AES pooling clean energy resources to power Google data centers

By Renewable Energy World Virginia-based AES Corp. will supply nearly carbon-free electricity to power Google’s data centers in the state. The power generator announced it will become sole supplier of the tech giant’s data-center needs for clean energy. Under the agreement AES will start supply later this year. See our interview with AES Chief Operating…

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