United States

US Renewables to Outpace Coal for Entire 2Q of 2019

Utility-scale renewables in the US have been predicted to will generate more electricity than coal through the entire second quarter of 2019 According to a new analysis, utility-scale renewables in the U.S. generated more electricity than coal for the first time in April, and the trend will likely persist through the entire second quarter of […]

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Vestas Bags Orders Worth 947 MW in the US

Vestas has received three orders in the US amounting to a total of 947 MW in wind turbine deliveries. Danish wind energy major, Vestas has announced that it has received three orders in the US amounting to a total of 947 MW in wind turbine deliveries. The first order comprises a 95 MW project and […]

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United States Hits 2 Mn Solar Installations, 4 Mn Expected by 2023: Report

The report forecasts that there will be 3 million installations in 2021 and 4 million in 2023, continuing the swift rise of solar. A new report has revealed that the United States has crossed the 2 million solar PV installations landmark. Progressing at an astonishing rate, the second million installations came in a period of […]

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Solar Power Capacity in U.S. Cities Has Doubled in the Last 6 Years: Report

Solar energy capacity more than doubled in 45 of America’s 57 largest cities over the last six years according to a new study. Over the past six years, solar energy capacity more than doubled in 45 of America’s 57 largest cities, according to a new study released by the Environment America Research & Policy Center. […]

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New Braunfels Utilities Signs One of the Lowest PPA in the USA

A municipally owned utility in Texas, New Braunfels Utilities has signed a 15 year contract with Engie-affiliated Long Draw Solar for $25 per megawatt-hour. New Braunfels Utilities has signed one of the lowest power purchase agreement in the United States and the lost one in the state of Texas. A municipally owned utility in Texas, […]

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Global Solar Capacity to Reach 1 TW Mark by 2023

China, India and Japan will account for the biggest share in the development of the capacity according to Solar Market Outlook Update for Q2 released by GTM Research. Leading information services provider in next-generation electricity systems, GTM Research declares global solar capacity to surpass 1 terawatt mark by 2023. Surprisingly, China, India and Japan will […]

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Tesla may Go Private For $420 Per Share Price

The $420 share price of Tesla is seemingly decided on the fact that it is already a valuable automaker in the United States. Stunning the shareholders and onlookers, Elon Musk in a tweet mentioned about thinking to make the American Multinational Corporation, Tesla, private at a cost of USD 420 per share. The tweet made […]

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LONGi Solar Inks $600 Mn Pact with American Firm

This is another solid step LONGi Solar has taken as a global leading monocrystalline module maker in its overseas deployment. LONGi Solar said that it has signed a USD 600 million contract with an American company to sell high-efficiency monocrystalline modules in the United States. This is another solid step LONGi Solar has taken as […]

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Capital Dynamics’ CEI to Buy Csolar South and West

The company has acquired CSolar south and west projects from Tenaska, a leading independent power producer (IPP) in the United States, having achieved commercial operation and secured a long-term power purchase agreement (PPA) with a California-based utility business. An independent global asset manager, Capital Dynamics through its Clean Energy Infrastructure (CEI) team has inked a pact to […]

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