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Recurrent Energy Sells 150 MW AC Virginia Solar Project

Canadian Solar Inc.’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Recurrent Energy LLC has completed a purchase and sale agreement with Appalachian Power for Recurrent’s Firefly Energy solar project, located in Pittsylvania County, Va. With a capacity of 150 MW AC, the Firefly project will be Appalachian Power’s largest solar energy acquisition to date and will help the utility meet …

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Bill Parsons Chosen as American Clean Power Association’s VP for Federal and State Affairs

Bill Parsons Bill Parsons has been named as American Clean Power Association’s (ACP) new vice president for federal and state affairs. Parsons brings over two decades of legislative experience and policy expertise, both in Congress and for the renewable energy sector. In this newly created role, Parsons will lead ACP’s federal and state policy efforts. …

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Appalachian Power plan would add solar, wind and energy storage

Appalachian Energy plan would add photo voltaic, wind and power storage – Renewable Vitality World Dwelling Information Appalachian Energy plan would add photo voltaic, wind and power storage We use cookies to make sure that we provide the finest expertise on our web site. If you happen to proceed to make use of this website …

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GAF Energy announces “nailable” home solar shingles

GAF Energy announces “nailable” home solar shingles – Renewable Energy World Home News GAF Energy announces “nailable” home solar shingles Cookies are used to make sure you have the best experience possible on our website. If you continue using this site, we will assume that it is satisfactory.Ok

NREL Project Investigates Wind Condition Impacts on Solar Power Structures

The instruments shown here are used to conduct high-resolution measurements at Nevada Solar One. Photo courtesy Shashank Yellapantula at NREL High wind loads can increase the structural design costs for concentrating solar power (CSP), collector structures such as parabolic troughs and heliostats. In a new two-year project, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) will work …

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GAF Energy Debuts Nailable Solar Shingle for Solar Roofs

GAF Energy, a Standard Industries Company, has launched Timberline Solar. This roof system integrates solar technology directly into traditional roofing materials and processes. This new system incorporates a nailable solar shingle, the Timberline Solar Energy Shingle (ES), which will be assembled domestically at GAF Energy’s manufacturing and R&D facility in San Jose, Calif. The ES …

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Energy-related carbon emissions fell in 2020, EIA says

EIA reports that energy-related carbon emissions fell in 2020 – Renewable Energy World Home News EIA reports that energy-related carbon emissions decreased in 2020 Cookies are used to provide you with the best possible experience on our website. If you continue using this site, we will assume that it is satisfactory.Ok

Primoris Services Signs EPC Contract for $370 Million U.S. Solar Project

Another Primoris Service Corp. EPC utility solar project is Midway (236MW DC), which is located in Pecos County. Texas Primoris Services Corp.’s energy/renewables segment has been awarded a solar project with an estimated value of more than $370 million. “Our proven ability to execute best-in-class utility-scale solar projects continues to attract …

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