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Sunnova secures 85 MW in most recent ISO New England forward capacity auction

Last week, US residential solar and storage installer Sunnova announced it has secured a position of 85 megawatts in the recent ISO-New England Forward Capacity Auction (FCA15). Sunnova’s aggregated residential solar portfolio will offer competitive renewable energy capacity to help meet the regio...
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To maximize emission cuts, this Boston campus gets its power from the Midwest

The T stop at Boston University. Credit: Wally Gobetz via Flickr Boston University prioritized impact over location in deciding to buy electricity from a South Dakota wind farm. Boston University has started sourcing all of its electricity from a newly built wind farm in South Dakota, a move intend...
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Iberdrola plans first industrial-scale floating offshore wind farm in Spain with an investment of more than €1 billion

The president of Iberdrola, Ignacio Galán, during his visit to an offshore wind farm. Iberdrola is planning what it says will be the first industrial scale floating offshore wind farm in Spain. The 300-MW project will cost more than €1 billion said the company. It will be located off the Spanish ...
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Government and private funding – we need both for the energy transition

by Jill Feblowitz These days, companies and governments alike are making commitments to net zero emissions. While commitments are good, making progress requires investment. That means putting money on deploying existing technology in the near term, while continuing to fund innovation to deliver cost...
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UGI Utilities to distribute renewable natural gas from Pennsylvania landfill

An electric and gas utility in Pennsylvania and Maryland has signed a deal to bring renewable natural gas from a landfill into its distribution system. UGI Utilities Inc.’s agreement with Archaea Energy is the company’s first RNG supply interconnect agreement. The utility will accept RNG from t...
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90 MW community solar plus energy storage to be completed in New York by 2025

Photo by Colton Duke on Unsplash. This week, New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced plans to help local governments and state agencies build 40 distributed solar systems that will bring renewable energy to surrounding communities. The projects will help meet the New York Power Authority (NYP...
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