AES to get 250MW Indiana solar
Indiana today announced plans to get and also build the 250MW Petersburg solar plus storage space facility in the US state of Indiana from NextEra Energy
Aug 2, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, USA, India, Asia, North America, AES, Matt Handel, Kristina Lund
EDPR finishes 200MW Indiana solar
the building of the 200MW Riverstart solar farm in the United States state of Indiana. The company likewise shut a 20-year power purchase contract with Hoosier
Jan 14, 2022 // Plants, USA, EDP Renewables, North America, solar farm
Indiana utility breaks ground on 465MW PV
Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) has introduced that ground has been damaged on 2 solar farms in the US state of Indiana completing 465MW. The
Nov 1, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, North America, Indiana, nipsco, Mike Hooper, Northern Indiana Public Service Company
Indiana Michigan Power seeks proposals for 500MW of solar
invite seeks bids from developers of PV projects in Indiana and/or Michigan that ought to be on-line by the end of 2025. I&M, a subsidiary of American
Mar 17, 2022 // Plants, USA, ENERGY STORAGE, Michigan, North America, rfp, Indiana, irp, utility, indiana michigan power
AES Indiana to acquire solar-plus-storage project from NextEra Energy Resources
Energy Resources, the Petersburg Solar Project is the next step toward AES Indiana's transition to greener as well as smarter options, to fulfill the state's
Aug 3, 2021 // Plants, Storage, USA, solar-plus-storage, North America, Indiana, AES Corporation, project acquisition, NextEra Energy Resources, AES Indiana
Indiana 'taking a big step backward' by ending net metering, solar advocates state
Indianans that pay an electrical bill to one of the state's five investor-owned utilities-- Duke Energy Indiana, Indiana Michigan Power, NIPSCO, CenterPoint or AES Indiana-- are no longer allowed to participate in net metering when they mount roof solar or other kinds of distributed generation, according to Solar United Neighbors. The nonprofit organisation claimed utilities will certainly replace net metering with an excess distributed generation (EDG) policy that credit scores new solar customers at a dramatically reduced price for the extra electricity they produce and also share with their neighbors. Laura Ann Arnold, head of state of Indiana Distributed Energy Alliance, said the adjustments "will certainly decimate the incipient Indiana roof solar market by dissuading Hoosier ratepayers who want to install solar to reduce their electric bills". A broad coalition of environmental and also solar advocates have signed up with forces to condemn the policy and urge Indiana policymakers to take prompt activity to enhance settlement for customer-owned solar generation. By enabling net metering to expire, Indiana "is taking a huge step backward", stated Zach Schalk, Indiana programme supervisor for Solar United Neighbors. "Roof solar is a powerful device to enhance the integrity as well as resiliency of the electrical grid. It makes no feeling to remove net metering as grid drivers are warning of electric capacity shortfalls and also the risk of rolling power outages." There is additionally a dispute over exactly how the EDG credit scores are determined, according to Solar United Neighbors, which claimed solar customers, developers as well as installers are in limbo as a vital aspect of exactly how their electric bills will be calculated stays pending in the courts. The information follows California authorities determined previously this year to forever postpone a decision on changes to the state's net metering legislations that would have reduced solar export credit reports and also added a month-to-month cost for property planetary systems. In Florida, at the same time, the state's guv, Ron DeSantis, vetoed regulations in April to transform net metering regulations that would have substantially disrobed the benefits of having domestic solar and permitted utilities to add service charges to consumers' energy bills.
Jul 5, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, USA, rooftop, North America, policy, Solar United Neighbors, Indiana, net metering, distributed generation
NIPSCO Announces 2 Solar Projects Worth 300 MW in Indiana
with the addition of 2 new solar projects that will certainly be based in main Indiana. The statement belongs to the energy company's "Your Energy, Your Future"
Jul 20, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, North America, Indiana, nipsco, International, solar projects, NiSource, Mike Hooper, Matt Handel
Capital Dynamics to construct 200MW Indiana solar
Dynamics and Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCo), part of NiSource, have actually authorized a contract to bring 200MW of solar energy to the US
Apr 14, 2021 // Plants, Capital Dynamics, USA, North America, nipsco, Mike Hooper
524MWh BESS project suggested in Indiana MISO region
called Monroe Power, to join a substation near the small town of Walkerton in Indiana's LaPorte County. The neighborhood Board of Zoning and Appeals is assessing
Apr 22, 2022 // Storage, USA, North America, Indiana, miso, Battery Energy Storage System, four hour duration, grid stabilising
CenterPoint Energy seeks approval of 130MW Indiana solar plant
Energy's Indiana-based subsidiary became part of an agreement with renewables developer Invenergy for the development of the solar park and its subsequent
Aug 1, 2022 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, pv power plants, Invenergy, North America, Indiana, centerpoint energy, IURC
Invenergy to create 195MW solar project for AES Corp's Indiana subsidiary
Indianapolis Power as well as Light Company (IPL) said today that designer Invenergy will certainly oversee the building and construction of the project in Clinton County. Building is expected to begin in Fall 2021, nevertheless, it is yet to be authorized by the Indiana Energy Regulatory Commission. It is expected ahead online in 2023. IPL chief executive Kristina Lund said the subsidiary's financial investment in a utility-scale solar project "allows us to diversify our electric generation portfolio, while still accurately serving our customers." " The recent innovations in electronic technologies and also renewable resource give our consumers a wide variety of alternatives when it involves exactly how they power their residences and organizations," said Lund. "Gone are the days when clients had to pick between dependability, affordability and sustainability." The project is additionally expected to develop 200 jobs during the construction stage. Parent company AES Company announced plans to merge its US-facing clean energy service with independent power producer (IPP) sPower last November, producing a 12GW project pipeline at the same time. Indiana's solar capacity is anticipated to blossom over the next three years as a variety of energies in the state have announced large projects of their very own. Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) secured build-transfer agreements with NextEra Energy Resources' subsidiaries in October to create 900MW of solar and 135MW of battery storage, as well as signed a Power Acquisition Arrangement (PPA) to offtake 280MW of Indiana solar energy from Capital Characteristics at the end of last year. On the other hand, approximately 1GW of solar as well as storage is to be deployed in the state by CenterPoint Energy-owned Southern Indiana Gas as well as Electric Co. The company wants to wind down 730MW of coal-fired power generation by 2024.
Feb 8, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, Invenergy, North America, Indiana, AES Corporation, indiana power & light
Bank of America inks 160MW PPA in Indiana
certificates (RECs) from the Mammoth Central PV project in the US state of Indiana. The contract will assist Bank of America power about 17% of its
Jun 24, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, USA, PPA, North America, Indiana, bank of america
Capital Characteristics indications 100MW PPA with Indiana Municipal Power Company
2018. The installation lies on approximately 485 hectares of land in southern Indiana and is currently in the advancement stage. Building and construction on the
Feb 4, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Capital Dynamics, USA, North America, Indiana
Indiana utility eyes 2.6GW of wind-solar-storage for coal retirements
Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) has issued request for proposals (RfPs) for a mix of technologies across solar, energy storage, wind and others to
Oct 15, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Storage, USA, tender, solar-plus-storage, North America, rfp, Indiana, nipsco, energy transition, coal replacement
EDPR transfers 200-MW solar park in Indiana to NIPSCO
EDPR's subsidiary EDP Renewables The United States and Canada LLC and also the Indiana-based gas and also electric utility. The renewable energy firm is pursuing
Dec 28, 2022 // Plants, USA, North America, Indiana, nipsco, EDPR, Solar Park

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