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Energy Storage  -  May 28, 2018

U of Texas develops new solar storage system

The University of Texas’s Cockrell School of Engineering has developed a system integrating solar power and storage systems with the potential to halve costs.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  May 26, 2018

Weekend reads: Battery boom roadblock; NJ leads the way & more

Kick back and relax with these must-read energy stories from around the web:
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Sourcing Renewables  -  May 25, 2018

U of Maine considers biomass, solar

A new proposal at the University of Maine’s Orono campus calls for a woodchip-fueled power plant and a solar array to provide green power.
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Energy Efficiency  -  May 19, 2018

Weekend reads: Apple's latest investment; Pop-up EV chargers & more

Kick back and relax with these must-read energy stories from around the web:
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Solar  -  May 18, 2018

Intel reaches 3 million sq. ft. of solar arrays

"Imagine enough solar panels to cover 52 regulation U.S. football fields or 47 full-size soccer fields. (Intel) now estimates it has installed 3 million square feet of solar arrays at Intel sites in nine nations."
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May 17, 2018

Lockheed Martin to build its largest solar field

Lockheed Martin announced plans to add a 2.5 MW solar field to their Moorestown, N.J. facility. The field will be designed, built, and constructed by Pfister Energy.
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Solar  -  May 14, 2018

Republicans request solar panel tariff exemption

Eight Republican senators joined together to send a letter to the U.S. Trade Representative and other federal agencies calling for utility-scale solar panels to be exempt from tariffs.
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Solar  -  May 10, 2018

Denton, Texas approves 100 MW solar PPA

The Public Utilities Board of Denton, Texas voted unanimously to approve a 15-year contract with NextEra for the output of the Bluebell 2 solar plant, a 100-MW project to be built in West Texas and operational by November.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  May 9, 2018

Infographic: U.S. energy consumption for 2017

The results are in: for 2017 by sector, transportation was responsible for the highest energy consumption in the U.S, followed by the industrial, residential, and commercial, according to the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and the Department of Energy.
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Energy Storage  -  May 7, 2018

Tesla energy storage up, solar down

Tesla almost tripled its entire 2017 energy storage deployment volume in the first quarter of 2018 alone, while its solar deployments have declined to the lowest level since 2014.
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