North Carolina

CIT Leads Financing for 108 MW Solar Project in North Carolina

The CIT Group’s Power and Energy unit served as lead arranger on a USD 126 million financing for the 108 MW Trent River Solar project in North Carolina. The CIT Group has announced that its Power and Energy unit served as lead arranger on a USD 126 million financing for the 108 MWdc Trent River solar project […]

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Solar FlexRack Selected for 105 MW Solar Project in North Carolina

Solar FlexRack has announced that its ultra-reliable, fixed-tilt solar racking system is being installed in a 105 MW solar power project in North Carolina. Solar FlexRack, a division of Northern States Metals and an innovative leader in photovoltaic mounting and solar tracker solutions, has announced that its ultra-reliable, fixed-tilt solar racking system is being installed in a […]

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Canadian Solar Subsidiary Closes Sale of North Carolina Project

Canadian Solar has announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Recurrent Energy has closed the sale of a North Carolina solar project to NextEnergy Capital. Canadian Solar has announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Recurrent Energy has closed the sale of 99 percent of the partnership that owns the Class B membership interest in the 74.8 MWac/102 MWp NC 102 solar photovoltaic […]

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Solar Provides North Carolina Benefits Beyond the Grid: Report

Solar energy provides North Carolina with environmental and health benefits that often are overlooked, according to a new report. Solar energy provides North Carolina with environmental and health benefits that often are overlooked, according to a new report. A study from the Environment North Carolina Research and Policy Center and Frontier Group found by curbing […]

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Duke Energy Passes 1 GW Mark for Owned Solar Capacity

Duke Energy has passed the 1 GW threshold of utility-scale owned and operated solar facilities nationwide. With the North Rosamond Solar Facility coming online in June in California, Duke Energy has passed the 1-gigawatt (GW) threshold of utility-scale owned and operated solar facilities nationwide. The energy company has been building its solar portfolio that now includes almost 70 […]

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Duke Energy Gets Approval For Solar Plus Storage Microgrid Project

The project is part of Duke Energy’s plan to meet power demand by balancing public input, environmental impacts and the need to provide customers with safe, reliable and affordable energy. Duke Energy, an electric power holding company based in Charlotte, North Carolina has announced that it has received approval from the North Carolina Utilities Commission […]

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Duke Energy Contracts 14 Solar Projects Worth 602 MW in North Carolina

Duke Energy will produce or purchase a total of 602 MW of renewable energy from projects under the North Carolina’s Competitive Procurement of Renewable Energy (CPRE) program. Bringing more cost-effective solar energy to the Carolinas, 14 utility-scale projects have been selected during an independently judged bidding process – part of a 2017 comprehensive renewable energy […]

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Duke Energy Proposes $76 Mn Electric Mobility Program in North Carolina

The proposal will help fund the adoption of electric school buses, electric public transportation, and will lead to almost 2,500 new charging stations in the state. As part of its commitment to building a cleaner and smarter North Carolina, Duke Energy is proposing the largest investment in electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure ever in the Southeast – […]

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Over 1,500 Customers Apply for Duke Energy’s North Carolina Solar Incentives

For an installation of 10 kW or less, the customers will receive a rebate of 60 percent per watt of solar energy production. More than 1,500 customers from North Carolina have applied to redeem incentives of Duke Energy’s Solar Rebate Program. The customers will receive incentives for installing private solar energy systems in first few […]

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