Archive for solar – Page 6

Keystone Creates Investment Fund For Small-Scale Solar

Posted by Joseph Bebon on June 12, 2017

Keystone Power Holdings LLC has established KPH Solar Farms Fund I, a new investment fund for small-scale solar projects. Keystone says the fund will enable the company to expand its ownership into key U.S. markets, such as Maryland, Massachusetts, New [Read More]

D.C. Sports Arena Will Tap Into Off-Site Solar Project

Posted by Joseph Bebon on June 09, 2017

Monumental Sports & Entertainment and WGL Energy Services Inc. have announced a partnership that will allow Verizon Center – a Washington, D.C., arena home to the Washington Wizards, Capitals, Mystics and Valor, as well as concerts and other entertainment events [Read More]

N.Y. School Completes State’s First K-Solar Program Installation

Posted by Joseph Bebon on June 09, 2017

The Somers Middle School in Westchester County has completed its new rooftop solar system, making it New York State’s first school to receive a portion of its electricity through Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s K-Solar clean energy initiative. The K-Solar program [Read More]

Dominion Selects More Va. Schools For ‘Solar For Students’ Program

Posted by Joseph Bebon on June 09, 2017

As renewable energy becomes a growing part of Virginia’s energy mix, Dominion Energy says it is expanding its Solar for Students program to give more students hands-on experience with solar power. Dominion Energy has selected five additional public schools in [Read More]

Coronal Energy And Dominion Partner On Virginia Project

Posted by Joseph Bebon on June 08, 2017

Coronal Energy, powered by Panasonic, has partnered with Dominion Energy on a 20 MW solar project in Essex County, Va. With a local office in Charlottesville, Coronal Energy will develop, own and operate the Essex Solar Center, and Dominion Energy [Read More]

Vivint Solar Enters Colorado, Plans Return To Nevada

Posted by Joseph Bebon on June 08, 2017

Residential solar provider Vivint Solar Inc. has expanded its footprint into Colorado, as well as announced plans to re-enter the Nevada market now that the state is slated to restore net energy metering (NEM). Once it returns to Nevada, Vivint [Read More]

Minnesota Power Seeks To Beef Up Renewables Portfolio

Posted by Joseph Bebon on June 08, 2017

Under a proposed new step in its EnergyForward strategy, which aims to ensure a “safe, reliable and competitive energy supply,” Minnesota Power, a utility division of ALLETE, is seeking to grow its 620 MW wind portfolio and double its solar [Read More]

U.S. Solar Market Sees Solid Growth In The First Quarter

Posted by Joseph Bebon on June 08, 2017

Despite a slowdown in installations following last year’s record-setting pace, the U.S. market “clearly remains on a strong upward trajectory,” according to SEIA.

How Did The U.S. Energy Storage Market Fare In Q1?

Posted by Joseph Bebon on June 07, 2017

The first quarter of 2017 (Q1’17) was the biggest quarter in history for the U.S. energy storage market in terms of megawatt-hours deployed, but it also saw a typical decline in terms of megawatts, according to GTM Research and the [Read More]

Santa Barbara Becomes 30th U.S. City To Make 100% Renewables Commitment

Posted by Joseph Bebon on June 07, 2017

Santa Barbara, Calif., has become the 30th city in the country to officially commit to transition to 100% renewable energy, according to the Sierra Club. On Tuesday, the Santa Barbara City Council approved a measure that establishes a community-wide goal [Read More]