Southern California Edison will purchase 125 MW AC from the Maverick Solar (formerly Palen 1) Plant, which is expected to start delivering electricity on Dec. 1, 2020.
A surge in California’s market driven by the Aliso Canyon gas leak is behind much of the boom, as deployment shifts to longer-duration energy storage.
This is the first time that U.S. wind and solar have met more than 10% of demand in a single month; however individual states led by California and Iowa have reached much higher penetrations.
As renewable energy breaks new output records in California, both the need for and availability of gas in California have both declined.
According to the soon-to-be-released report from GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association, a severe contraction in California headlined the nationwide slide.
Like other large U.S. third-party solar companies Vivint is increasingly moving away from the leasing model to direct sales.
With California getting a higher portion of its electricity from solar than any non-island nation, the stakes are high with this summer’s eclipse. Fortunately, Europe has already been down this road.
Despite a challenging financial environment, NRG continues its solar expansion, including an increasing presence in community solar.
A Delaware bankruptcy judge yesterday approved the sale of the bankrupt residential solar installer to private equity firm Northern Pacific Group.
One in eight electrons generated in California came from a solar panel, according to data from the U.S. Department of Energy.