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Energize Ventures Raises $330 M to Advance Sustainable Tech

Chicago-based Energize Ventures has announced the closing of a second flagship fund with total capital commitments of $330 million, aiming to invest in digital solutions with proven potential to optimize energy, critical infrastructure and sustainable industries. Energize Ventures is an alternative investment manager that funds digital-first solutions accelerating the sustainable energy transition. The firm provides financial, operational […]

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Microsoft Commits to New Climate Goals: 100/100/0 by 2030

Tech giant Microsoft has announced new goals: by 2030, the company will have 100% of its electricity consumption, 100% of the time, matched by zero carbon energy purchases. The new commitment expands the scope of Microsoft’s existing aims to execute power purchase agreements equivalent to 100% of its energy needs by 2025. “At Microsoft we […]

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GE Signs 1.48 GW Agreement with Invenergy for North Central Wind Energy Facilities

GE Renewable Energy announced today that it has been selected to provide onshore wind turbines for the 1485MW North Central Wind Energy Facilities in Oklahoma. Through this agreement, GE will deliver 492 x 2.X-127s and 39 x 2.X-116 turbines with varying nameplates and hub heights. The North Central Wind Energy Facilities is a group of […]

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NIPSCO and Invenergy Sign 250 MW Solar Energy Build Transfer Agreement

Agreement is the latest addition in NIPSCO’s electric generation transition bringing more affordable, clean energy to customers Northern Indiana Public Service Company, LLC (NIPSCO), a subsidiary of NiSource Inc., and Invenergy, a leading developer and operator of sustainable energy solutions, today announced that they have signed a build transfer agreement to bring 250 megawatts (MW) […]

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IPL Announces Agreement to Acquire 195 MW Solar Plant

Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL), a subsidiary of the AES Corporation (NYSE: AES), today announced an agreement to acquire a 195 megawatt solar project. Expected to be completed in 2023, the solar project will be located in Clinton County, Ind., and Invenergy will develop the project and manage construction. Once operating, the solar facility will generate enough electricity […]

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Dominion Energy Acquires 150 MW Solar Project in Ohio from Invenergy

Dominion Energy announced today that one of its subsidiaries has acquired the 150-megawatt (AC) Hardin solar generating facility, which recently entered service in Hardin County, Ohio, from Chicago-based Invenergy. Facebook will take the electricity generated at the facility as well as the renewable energy credits, under a long-term agreement signed prior to the project’s construction. “With this solar project, Dominion […]

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1,310 MW Samson Project Continues C&I Powered Solar Push In US

Invenergy’s 1,310 MW Samson Solar Energy Center has purchase contracts from  AT&T, Honda, McDonald’s, Google and The Home Depot.   Invenergy recently announced plans to start construction of a 1,310 MW solar energy facility, which will be the biggest stand alone one yet in the US . Invenergy is a  privately-held global developer and operator of […]

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IEA Announces Award for 250 MW Wind Project in Illinois

IEA a leading infrastructure construction company with specialised energy & heavy civil expertise has announced a wind energy project award in Illinois. Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives, (IEA), a leading infrastructure construction company with specialised energy and heavy civil expertise has announced a wind energy project award in Illinois. The award is for the construction of […]

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Invenergy, EPM Sign Renewable Deal for 400 MW Capacity in Colombia

EPM has signed a strategic agreement with Invenergy to develop and build at least 400 MW of solar and wind projects in Colombia over the next 6 years. Colombian power utility Empresas Publicas de Medellin (EPM) has announced that it has signed a strategic agreement with US-based Invenergy to develop and build at least 400 […]

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