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Category: Solar News

33-MW of solar capacity installed across 10 projects in Portland, Oregon

Written by: Leonard Parker | Solar News | 14th April

33-MW of solar capacity installed across 10 projects in Portland, Oregon | Renewable Energy World Home News 33-MW of solar capacity installed ac [...]

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3 difficult battery storage objections and how to overcome them

Written by: Leonard Parker | Solar News |

By Gwen Brown, Senior Content Marketer, Aurora Solar Selling solar isn’t an easy task, but with the right framework, you can make it easier. A good framework can help you effectively address the prospect’s concerns and communicate the value of a [...]

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More electricity is generated in Georgia from biomass than in any state except California

Written by: Leonard Parker | Solar News |

More electricity is generated in Georgia from biomass than in any state except California Home Baseload More electricity is generated in Georgia [...]

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Adapture Renewables completes 33-MW solar portfolio in Portland, Oregon

Written by: Leonard Parker | Solar News |

Adapture Renewables announced the completion of a portfolio of ten solar projects totaling 33 MWDC across the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area. Adapture Renewables acquired the portfolio in early 2019 and successfully brought all of the projects to [...]

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Capital Dynamics constructing 200-MW solar project in Northern Indiana utility territory

Written by: Leonard Parker | Solar News |

Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO), a subsidiary of NiSource, and the Clean Energy Infrastructure business of Capital Dynamics, an independent global private asset management firm, have signed a build transfer agreement to bring 200 MW [...]

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LinkedIn, Microsoft employees among those eligible to enroll in three Common Energy community solar projects

Written by: Leonard Parker | Solar News |

Community solar provider Common Energy has opened four solar projects for enrollment by employees of Microsoft, LinkedIn, Corning, Akamai Technologies and VMware. Through Common Energy’s Clean Energy Benefit Program, these companies’ employees ca [...]

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Oregon State University study finds flowers flourish underneath solar panels

Written by: Leonard Parker | Solar News |

A new study by Oregon State University researchers found that shade provided by solar panels increased the abundance of flowers under the panels and delayed the timing of their bloom, both findings that could aid the agricultural community. Oregon St [...]

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OYA finds first big public sector community solar subscriber in New York

Written by: Leonard Parker | Solar News |

OYA Solar announced that Rensselaer County has subscribed for 7.4 MWdc of clean energy from OYA’s community solar projects in New York State. The county is the first major public sector entity in New York to subscribe to [...]

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Jack Daniel’s distillery orders 20 MW of solar power on the racks

Written by: Leonard Parker | Solar News |

The Jack Daniel’s visitor center. Jack Daniel’s has partnered with the Tennessee Valley Authority, Duck River Electric Membership Corporation and Silicon Ranch to provide the Lynchburg distillery with 20 MW of solar energy. TVA signed a long-term [...]

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First Solar Series 6 CuRe modules use less copper for low degradation rate

Written by: Leonard Parker | Solar News |

Cadmium telluride (CdTe) thin-film solar panel manufacturer First Solar has been developing a new solar module technology that uses less copper, which results in low module degradation rates. The Series 6 CuRe (named for “copper reduction”) modul [...]

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