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Duke Energy Florida Files Proposed CEC Program

Duke Energy Florida (DEF) has filed a proposed new Clean Energy Connection (CEC) Program with the Florida Public Service Commission. The announcement...

NYPA, City of New York Issue RFP for Rooftop Solar Arrays

The New York Power Authority (NYPA) and the New York City Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) have unveiled plans for the...

Local Governments Advance Clean Energy Transition

As of March, local governments have signed 335 deals to procure a total of 8.28 GW of renewable energy over the last...

TVA Gives Green Light to LPC Energy Generation

The Tennessee Valley Authority says an environmental assessment determined a Finding of No Significant Impact that will green-light most local power companies...

Xcel Energy Proposes Minnesota Clean Energy Investments

Xcel Energy, a company that delivers clean energy solutions from a variety of renewable sources, has proposed one of the largest packages...

CCSA: Massachusetts Solar Regulations Would Cancel Clean Energy Projects

New clean energy regulations in Massachusetts could have the unintended consequence of canceling nearly 80 solar energy projects at a time when...

Opportunity for Solar to Dot the Coalfields of Southwest Virginia

The coal mining industry has been declining for decades in the far southwestern corner of Virginia, a trend made even worse of...

NorthWestern Seeking Renewable Generation RFPs in Montana

NorthWestern Energy has issued a Community Renewable Energy Project (CREP) request for proposals (RFP) seeking additional small renewable generation owned or developed...

Dane County Regional Airport Solar Project Receives Regulatory Approval

Madison Gas and Electric (MGE) has received approval from the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin for an agreement to partner with Dane...

Philadelphia Reopens Solarize Philly Program

The Philadelphia Energy Authority (PEA) has reopened Solarize Philly, a program to help all Philadelphians go solar. Solarize Philly...