Orlando Utilities Commission sets date to end use of coal

The Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) announced today that it would stop burning coal for power by 2027 and would get 92% of its energy from renewable sources by 2050. The move away from coal by OUC is significant progress toward fulfilling the goal of 100% renewable energy by 2050 set by Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer… […]

Sunnova Brings Expands Battery Storage Offerings to the Northeast

Sunnova Energy International Inc., a residential solar+storage service provider, says the company will be expanding its solar+storage service offerings in Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Connecticut, giving customers greater access to clean and reliable energy.  Sunnova is now offering Sunnova SunSafe solar+storage service and +SunSafe add-on battery service to customers in 19 U.S. states and territories. […]

OG&E Completes Construction on Two Oklahoma Solar Farms

OG&E, the electric utility subsidiary of OGE Energy Corp., has completed the construction of two 5 MW solar energy farms in southeast Oklahoma. Both centers are operating at full capacity.  In February, the company announced it would build the two solar energy centers, one in Davis, Okla,, and one in Durant, Okla., to help meet […]

Inovateus Solar, Partners Launch Brilliant Capital Financing Venture

In an effort to continue expansion within the clean energy industry, Inovateus Solar has formed Brilliant Capital, a solar project financing venture.  Brilliant Capital is a joint undertaking of Middleburg Capital Development (MCD) and LogiKan Group and will augment the core capabilities of Inovateus’ development, engineering, procurement and construction portfolio. The new venture will serve […]

National Grid announces new name to encompass U.S. renewable energy branch

National Grid, through its competitive, non-regulated National Grid Ventures unit, announced the launch of National Grid Renewables, the new brand name for its U.S. renewable energy business which includes solar, onshore wind and battery storage. National Grid Renewables is focused on accelerating the clean energy transition through developing, owning and operating large-scale renewable energy assets… […]

EnterSolar PV array covers 90% of healthcare facility’s energy needs

EnterSolar, a commercial solar developer, completed a 461-kilowatt rooftop solar installation at Konica Minolta Healthcare’s headquarters in Wayne, New Jersey. The solar system will generate an estimated 541,645 kWh of clean energy annually, equivalent to matching nearly 90% of the facility’s onsite electricity usage. “We are proud to have partnered with Konica Minolta Healthcare on… […]

Altus Power Completes Ground-Mounted Solar System in Hawaii

Altus Power America Inc., a Connecticut-based solar power company, has completed the construction of a 7.5 MW ground-mounted solar system in Ewa, Hawaii.  Altus Power partnered with developer Environmental Chemical Corp. (ECC) and with engineering, procurement and construction contractor REC Solar Commercial Corp.  The project will generate over 12,400 MWh of electricity during its first […]

OG&E completes two 5-MW solar projects for Oklahoma tribal nations

OG&E, the electric utility subsidiary of OGE Energy Corp., announced that it has completed construction of two 5-MW solar energy farms in southeast Oklahoma. Both centers are operating at full capacity. In February, the company announced it would build the two solar energy centers, one in Davis, Oklahoma, and one in Durant, Oklahoma, to help… […]

Siemens researching microgrids with New Jersey solar + storage project

Siemens USA has launched a microgrid research and demonstration environment at its U.S. Corporate Technology headquarters in Princeton, New Jersey. The Princeton microgrid integrates technologies across the company’s “Smart Infrastructure” portfolio, including PV, battery storage, electrical power infrastructure, building management systems and microgrid control systems, allowing researchers to study each component of the microgrid and… […]