Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Wind and Solar to Account 25% of US Generating Capacity by 2026: FERC

The utility-scale solar and wind of the US appear to be on track to provide a quarter of the nation’s installed electrical generating capacity within three years, as per a review by the SUN DAY Campaign of data newly released by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). According to the most recent “Energy Infrastructure Update” […]

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American DISCOM AEP to Sell Over 1.3 GW of Renewable Portfolio

Just as America is expanding the renewable power to spearhead the global drive to combat climate change, Columbus based American Electric Power (AEP) has entered into an agreement to sell its 1,365-megawatt (MW) unregulated, contracted renewables portfolio to IRG Acquisition Holdings at an enterprise value of $1.5 billion including project debt. IRG Acquisition Holdings is […]

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PNM to Add 100MW of Solar in New Mexico to Serve Facebook Data Center

PNM Resources’ (NYSE: PNM) New Mexico utility, PNM, received approval on Wednesday from the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (NMPRC) to purchase 100 megawatts of solar generation from NM Renewable Development, LLC (NMRD) in order to continue serving the Facebook data center in New Mexico with 100 percent renewable energy. This addition supports the goal to achieve a more […]

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