“Almost half of the electricity from a proposed 400-acre solar farm here is under contract to go to Connecticut. That was one of the arguments by opponents of the Hecate Greene County Solar Facility during a virtual public statement session on the plan Tuesday before the state Board on Electric Generation Siting and the … [Read more…]
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“Appendix D. Details on Offshore Wind Procurement Mechanisms by State” read the entire article PDF National Renewable Energy lab June 2020.
“Greenbacker Renewable Energy Company LLC (“Company”) announced today that, through a wholly-owned subsidiary, it signed the rights to an approximately 110 megawatt portfolio of solar projects (“NY Solar Portfolio”) located in Greene and Albany counties, New York from Hecate Energy LLC (“Hecate”). Construction and equipment procurement of the facilities commenced in 2019, with closings … [Read more…]
“Historically, we’d been taught that solar modules were the most precious of goods – to be held closely, to be loved. There’s that famous graph showing the price per watt falling from $100 in the 1970s, to the less than 30¢/watt these days. Now, we still care greatly about our solar modules – however … [Read more…]
“Generally, PA 13-303 and PA 15-107 authorized the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) commissioner, in consultation with certain other officials, to solicit proposals from certain clean and renewable energy facilities. If the commissioner finds that the responding proposals meet certain criteria, he may direct the electric distribution companies (i.e., Eversource and United … [Read more…]
“As community members being forced to live within the borders or in close proximity to the Cassadaga Wind Project’s [CW] industrial facility, we are hereby requesting a public hearing in regard to the PSC issuance of a CPCN. As residents who will be directly impacted by this project for generations, we believe we should … [Read more…]
“Hecate has already won renewable energy credits for 30 megawatts of the project and agreed to sell the remaining 20 megawatts out-of-state to two Connecticut utilities. Saving Greene, a local group opposed to the project, raises issue with these planned exports and questions whether the project should be granted permits if energy will not … [Read more…]