FLS Energy announces it's seeking 100 MW of predeveloped, shovel-ready solar projects in North Carolina. The projects will be constructed, owned, and operated by FLS Energy, which will sell the power produced to the participating utility through a power purchase agreement.
First Wind and Hawaiian Electric Company announced plans for a 20 MW solar PV energy facility near Mililani, Oahu. The project is expected to provide enough clean energy to power about 6,000 Oahu homes.
Hanwha Q CELLS announces it has completed the first utility-scale solar project constructed on an active EPA Superfund site. The 10.86 MW DC Maywood Solar Farm in Indianapolis will operate for up to 30 and produce enough solar energy to power 1,800 Indiana homes.
Dominion announces it's acquiring six California solar development projects from Recurrent Energy. The combined output of the projects is expected to be 139 MW.
Exosun announces its solar trackers have been selected for a 30 MW EDP Renewables Project. This is Exosun's first North America project and will use trackers manufactured in the U.S.
First Solar, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, and the Moapa Tribe of Native Americans break ground on the first utility-scale solar project on Native American land in the U.S.
Sempra U.S. Gas & Power and Consolidated Edison Development announce they are partnering on five large solar projects in California and Nevada. The companies will each own a 50% interest in the projects.
The Center for Land Use Interpretation develops an interactive map showing a snapshot of the largest solar power plants in the country.
PJM Interconnection releases final results from a study that assesses what increased penetration of wind and solar will mean for its grid. According to the study, the PJM system can incorporate up to 30% of its energy from renewables.
California remains the largest solar power generator in the country, with new records set this month. The California Independent System Operator recorded peak output of 4,093 MW on March 8.
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