New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announces eye-popping selection of 1,700 MW of offshore wind as part of recent procurement. Winners: Empire Wind @ 816 MW, developed by Equinor; and Sunrise Wind @ 880 MW, developed jointly by Orsted and Eversource.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announces eye-popping selection of 1,700 MW of offshore wind as part of recent procurement. Winners: Empire Wind @ 816 MW, developed by Equinor; and Sunrise Wind @ 880 MW, developed jointly by Orsted and Eversource. submitted by /u/SEadvantage to r/RenewableEnergy [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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The Hawaiian Electric Companies announced Wednesday its plans to put out requests for proposals for its largest and most ambitious push for #Renewable energy ever.

The Hawaiian Electric Companies announced Wednesday its plans to put out requests for proposals for its largest and most ambitious push for renewable energy ever. submitted by /u/honolulu_oahu_mod to r/RenewableEnergy [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Duke wants to tax the sun: Duke Energy is seeking an “Integration Services Charge” on solar projects in North Carolina of 0.11¢/kWh to 0.24¢/kWh, with future pricing increases of almost 300%. The utility offers an out, if developers integrate energy storage.

Duke wants to tax the sun: Duke Energy is seeking an “Integration Services Charge” on solar projects in North Carolina of 0.11¢/kWh to 0.24¢/kWh, with future pricing increases of almost 300%. The utility offers an out, if developers integrate energy storage. submitted by /u/Spinach_Feta_Wrap to r/RenewableEnergy [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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‘Just a matter of when’: the $20bn plan to power Singapore with Australian solar. Ambitious export plan could generate billions and make Australia the centre of low-cost energy in a future zero-carbon world | The Guardian

‘Just a matter of when’: the $20bn plan to power Singapore with Australian solar. Ambitious export plan could generate billions and make Australia the centre of low-cost energy in a future zero-carbon world | The Guardian submitted by /u/bebesiege to r/RenewableEnergy [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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