Month: May 2022

American Electric Power’s SWEPCO Adds 200 MW Solar Project in Louisiana

Nicholas K. Akins Southwestern Electric Power Co., a subsidiary American Electric Power (AEP), has added three renewable energy projects to its portfolio of 999 MW. These projects represent a $2.2B investment in clean, efficient resources. SWEPCO expects to issue another request for proposal (RFP) in the near term for additional renewable energy consistent with the …

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Idemitsu Renewables Begins Operations for 73 MW California Project for EBCE

Idemitsu Renewables has successfully commenced commercial operation for Luciana, a 73 MW solar farm in Tulare County, Calif. It is expected that it will generate clean, affordable power sufficient to meet the needs of more than 20,000 California homes.  “Considering the unprecedented supply chain challenges the industry faced this past year, …

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73 MW solar farm comes online in California

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Recurrent Energy Completes Construction of 100 MW Sunflower Plant in Mississippi

Roserock Solar Plant, a Canadian Solar Project, is located in Texas. Canadian Solar Inc.’s wholly owned subsidiary Recurrent Energy LLC has successfully completed the construction on a 100 MW renewable solar power plant near Ruleville in the Mississippi Delta, providing clean energy to Entergy Mississippi’s 461,000 customers. The Sunflower Solar Station in Mississippi is the …

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Renewables find success in ‘black start’ experiment

Have you ever considered what would happen if a power plant went out of business? It would be almost impossible for a station not to get electricity to restart its operation. This scenario would quickly lead chaos with schools and hospitals in darkness, refrigeration severely hampered, sanitation seriously compromised, and transport systems brought to a …

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