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    1. 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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      Mentions: Arizona
    2. 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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      Mentions: DoE MA
    3. How Much Can a Residential Energy Storage Project Actually Save?

      How Much Can a Residential Energy Storage Project Actually Save?

      It may be surprising to know that the vast majority of California homeowners buying energy storage systems today are not doing so to save money.  In other words, they are not trying to reduce their utility bill or get a return on investment, like they do from a rooftop solar system.  Instead, most storage systems today are being bought and sold based on the promise of back-up power or energy independence from the utility.  The primary reason for this is that the avoided cost opportunity for residential storage today is not very meaningful.  On most residential utility rate schedules, energy storage does not have the ability to significantly reduce the utility bill.  Therefore, it’s not the core value proposition being sold today.

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      Mentions: CA
    4. Ice Energy and Horizon Solar Power Complete Solar+Storage System at Palm Springs Cultural Center

      Ice Energy and Horizon Solar Power Complete Solar+Storage System at Palm Springs Cultural Center

      Ice Energy, provider of distributed thermal energy storage solutions, and Horizon Solar Power, one of California’s largest installers of solar PV systems for residential and commercial facilities, have completed the installation of a solar-plus-ice-battery-storage system at Palm Springs Cultural Center in California’s Coachella Valley. As California continues to push for greater deployment of distributed energy resources, this project demonstrates the economic value of combining solar PV with ice battery storage to displace peak electricity demand and enable solar self-consumption on a grid-wide scale.

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      Mentions: CA Ice Energy
    5. 60% of Solar Installers Now Offer Storage Options

      60% of Solar Installers Now Offer Storage Options

      EnergySage released the results of its second annual Solar Installer Survey. The report captures key observations of local, regional and national solar installers in both residential and commercial markets. More than 360 experienced solar installers across the United States responded to the survey, which was fielded and authored by EnergySage in partnership with pv magazine.

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      Mentions: U.S.
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