New Jersey-based utility Public Service Electric and Gas Co. (PSE&G) has announced that its L&D Solar Farm is online. The 12.93 MW installation represents PSE&G’s largest solar farm to date and is one of the biggest landfill solar projects in [Read More]
WGL Energy Systems, a WGL company, was recently awarded the Capital Solar Challenge contract by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) to provide solar power to 18 federal building locations throughout Washington, D.C., including at the GSA’s headquarters and the [Read More]
Two lawmakers have teamed up and brought the issue of net metering and rate hikes to the Senate floor.
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) has officially launched its previously announced program to extend the option for 100% solar power to all customers, whether or not they are planning to install rooftop solar. Under PG&E’s Solar Choice program, customers [Read More]
Connecticut-based Greenskies Renewable Energy has announced it will build a 2.7 MW municipal solar array in Lewis County, N.Y., the company’s first municipal project in New York. The ground-mounted system will be built on a 19-acre cornfield behind the county’s [Read More]
Moody’s Investors Service, a provider of credit ratings, research and risk analysis, forecasts global issuance of green bonds could surpass $50 billion in 2016, exceeding the $42.4 billion recorded in 2015, which was also the highest level for such bonds [Read More]
U.S. electricity generated from utility-scale renewable energy projects is expected to grow by 9% this year, based on projections in the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) latest Short-Term Energy Outlook. Much of the growth comes from new installations of wind [Read More]
Samsung Renewable Energy Inc. and Connor, Clark & Lunn Infrastructure have completed a $190 million debt financing for the 50 MW AC Southgate Solar project, located in Southgate, Ontario. Canadian Solar Inc. has announced its wholly owned subsidiary, Canadian Solar [Read More]
Research firm IHS predicts a continued installation boom, thanks to the recently extended investment tax credit.
As part of its 2016 integrated resource plan (IRP), filed with the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC), Georgia Power is requesting approval of its renewable energy development initiative, which would bring an additional 525 MW of renewable generation to the [Read More]