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AES details $154M financing for sPower’s Luna Storage project in southern California

AES Corp. announced that a recently acquired subsidiary has closed on $154.2 million in debt financing for 400-MWh energy storage project in Los Angeles County. sPower had closed on the funding for Luna Storage late last year. In January, AES merged with sPower and incorporated it into the AES clean...
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Developer NTE Energy has a 5-GW pipeline of solar and storage projects

NTE Energy said on Tuesday that it plans to develop more than 5 GW of clean energy projects in the next five years. The company is currently working with investment partners to advance development of a clean energy project pipeline that includes 1.2 GW of solar and 3.9 GW of battery energy storage s...
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50-MW Eolica Coromuel wind farm to get battery storage to help meet code requirements

Wärtsilä GEMS energy management system and GridSolv Max energy storage solution will deliver 10MW of power to the Coromuel Wind Farm in La Paz, Mexico © Eurus Energy Group The technology group Wärtsilä said last week that it has been contracted to provide a project-critical energy storage syste...
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Oklahoma school districts receive $105,000 from ALLETE Clean Energy and partners

ALLETE Clean Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of ALLETE, in partnership with five other entities, announced its contribution of $105,000 in grants to the Roff, Sulphur and Tishomingo school districts near the company’s 303-MW Diamond Spring wind site in Mill Creek, Oklahoma. The wind site supplie...
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Innovative policy will help America lead the transition to electric transportation

By Asaf Nagler Transitioning the transportation sector to electricity is going to be transformative, and not just to the incumbent industry; it will create new companies, jobs, and change how we interact with our cars, trucks, buses, trains and ships. Industry transitions of this scale, however, do ...
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