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Canada launches RFP to buy new clean electricity

The RFP covers government buildings in the province of Alberta.

Innovative PPA debuts in US solar sector

Proxy generation power purchase agreements, which were first used with wind projects, manage weather-related risks by settling energy transfers based on a proxy generation index, rather than on actual metered generation. Operational risk shifts from buyer to seller.


Could agrivoltaics feed demand for clean energy?

Agrivoltaics could result in more food, more energy, lower water demand, lower carbon emissions, and more prosperous rural communities, says an Oregon State University researcher. He plans to build a farm to prove the point.


US utility seeks proposal to build 500 MW of solar at a retiring coal plant

Xcel Energy wants to build solar projects of at least 75 MW that interconnect to the existing infrastructure at its Sherco plant in Minnesota.


Fluence gains investor to help drive energy storage growth

AES and Siemens will remain major shareholders and will continue to support Fluence’s long-term growth. The company currently has 2.4 GW of projects deployed or awarded across 24 countries and territories worldwide.


About 9.7 GW of large-scale PV set for 2021 delivery in US market

Across the United States, more than three dozen solar projects with nameplate capacities of at least 100 MW are set to enter service in 2021. The Texas oil patch is on track to host the largest of them.


Nikola, Republic scrap electric trash truck

Nikola and Republic were working on a garbage truck based on a zero-emissions battery-electric drive platform, but they have decided to scrap their collaboration.


US energy storage strategy includes tech cost estimates

The new U.S. storage strategy includes plans to shift new tech from the lab to the marketplace. It also focuses on ways to manufacture at scale and ensure supply chain stability.


US to extend Investment Tax Credit for solar to 2024

The solar Investment Tax Credit will remain at 26% for projects that begin construction in 2021 and 2022, but will fall to 22% in 2023, and down to 10% in 2024 for commercial projects.


NIPSCO adds solar capacity through a 280 MW PPA

The Indiana utility plans to be coal-free by 2028 by adding a combination of cleaner energy sources to its existing mix of natural gas and hydroelectric generation.

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