After years of trying to get utilities fully on board, HECO has issued a five-year plan to double solar and renewables on the road to achieve 100% renewable electricity by 2040.
A leaked draft of the study ordered by Energy Secretary Perry appears to show what we already knew: That grids are getting more reliable, not less, as wind and solar are added. But the political tampering with the facts may already be happening.
The renewables arm of the French energy giant bought in late June Switch Station 1 and Switch Station 2 Solar Projects from U.S. clean energy developer First Solar.
The funding is for 48 identified solar projects spanning two SunShot programs designed to advance solar power technologies in the U.S.
Fluence is the name of the collaboration between the German technology firm and global power company AES Corporation. New company will roll out Advancion and Siestorage energy platforms globally.
The 1 MW plant on the site of half-built nuclear power plant in Tennessee is a harbinger of things to come in the U.S. and global electricity mixes, as demonstrated in March and April.
Inequality will widen with many poorer parts of the US on course to see their income reduced by 20% if climate change continues to accelerate.
The Italian inverter maker will supply its devices for a large-scale PV project under development in Nevada.