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    1. CED Greentech OC now Offering Eguana Evolve Residential Energy Storage System

      CED Greentech OC now Offering Eguana Evolve Residential Energy Storage System

      Eguana Technologies and CED Greentech Orange County are pleased to announce immediate availability of the Evolve residential energy storage system. Initial product shipments, technical training and product certification have been scheduled to take place in the current month. “California is a mature solar market with an experienced base of contractors who are best addressed through standard distribution channels. Our initial outreach to solar specific contractors has been very positive, the addition CED Greentech opens additional channel opportunities and product availability,” said Livio Filice, Eguana’s director of residential sales, North America. Filice added “with the addition of CED Greentech in Southern California, the Evolve system is now available in every key regional solar PV market in North America.”

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    2. NextEra and Salt River Project Complete Arizona's Largest Solar+Storage Plant

      NextEra and Salt River Project Complete Arizona's Largest Solar+Storage Plant

      NextEra Energy Resources and Salt River Project announced the opening of Pinal Central Solar Energy Center (PCSEC), a universal-scale, integrated solar plant equipped with a battery system that will store energy and enable SRP to provide clean energy to customers when usage is at its highest and needed most.

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    3. Origis Energy Completes First Community Solar+Storage Installation in Massachusetts

      Origis Energy Completes First Community Solar+Storage Installation in Massachusetts

      Origis Energy USA and Sterling Municipal Light Department (SMLD) celebrated the completion of the Sterling Community Solar + Energy Storage project. Representing the first community solar plus storage and the first operational solar plus storage installation in Massachusetts, the project couples a 1-MWac rooftop solar installation with a 1-MW/2-MWh energy storage system to deliver an annual base load of 1.7 MWh in dispatchable clean energy to the town’s ratepayers. It was developed and is owned by Origis Energy USA, delivering power and storage benefits to SMLD through a PPA.

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