Installation as well as growth firms drive United States solar job creation, claims IREC
Installation and project growth companies drove job development in the United States solar field last year as the market utilized 255,037 workers, a 9.2% rise on 2020, a report has revealed.
Jul 27, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, USA, EPC, North America, employment, developers, diversity, irec
Innergex brings online 9MW/9MWh initially standalone battery storage project in France
Renewables developer Innergex has finished a battery energy storage system (BESS) project in France, using a BESS solution made by a subsidiary of utility Hydro-Qu├ębec.
Jul 26, 2022 // Storage, France, Europe, developers, ancillary services, Frequency regulation, afrr, contracted revenues, frequency control reserve, primary control reserve
Massachusetts authorities host public comment hearings for 800MWh of battery storage
Programmers of 2 large-scale battery projects in Massachusetts have appeared prior to the public at hearings hosted by the state's Energy Facilities Siting Board (EFSB).
Jul 18, 2022 // Storage, USA, ISO New England, Massachusetts, North America, Local Authority, developers, project news, community engagement
Westbridge includes another large-scale project to Alberta solar-plus-storage advancement portfolio
Westbridge Energy Corporation has added one more large-scale solar-plus-storage project to its development portfolio in Alberta, Canada.
Jun 9, 2022 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Storage, Canada, solar-plus-storage, interconnection, North America, alberta, grid connection, developers, AESO
8minute signs PPA with area energy groups for 250MW/ 150MWh California solar-plus-storage plant
2 of California's Community Choice Aggregators (CCAs) have authorized a power acquisition contract (PPA) with 8minute Solar Energy for a 250MW solar PV plant with 150MWh of battery storage.
Jun 17, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Storage, California, USA, Power Purchase Agreements, solar-plus-storage, North America, 8minute, Kern County, Tom Habashi, community choice, request for proposals, developers