Browsing the "Southern California Edison" Tag

string(0) "" Loading...

Original: Tesla & SolarCity’s New Solar Shingles

Originally published on CleanTechnica. By Susanna Schick Last night, on a back lot at Universal Studios, Tesla unveiled the most promising facet of its impending merger with SolarCity — solar shingles as chic and efficient as their cars. These were paired with new Powerwall home batteries that have double the energy density of Tesla’s first Powerwall product. (You can watch the full video […]

October 29th

California Solar Incentives, Solar Installers, & Solar Costs

Originally published on Cost of Solar. California is ground zero for solar energy in the United States. So, it seems logical to start our state-level solar energy deep dives here. In the article below, I’ll provide as thorough a look at California solar incentives + solar installers + solar costs as I’ve seen anywhere. Actually, it […]

June 7th

25,000 Solar Interconnection Applications Processed In Five Months

25,000 solar interconnection applications were processed by PowerClerk Interconnect in just five months, according to Clean Power Research. These applications were processed for five utilities, including NV Energy and Southern California Edison. PowerClerk allows utilities to improve the interconnection application processes. For example, NV Energy reduced its interconnection application time by about 63% when it used the system […]

October 12th

Southern California Edison Seeking 100 MW Renewable Energy Sources

Southern California Edison has launched a Request for Offers in an attempt to acquire 100 MW of renewable energy capacity. The largest subsidiary of Edison International and one of the primary electricity supply companies for much of Southern California, Southern California Edison (SCE) launched its Request for Offers (RFO) on Monday, seeking “renewable energy, capacity, and […]

September 29th

SunEdison To Provide Battery Storage For Californian Net-Zero Pilot Project

SunEdison has revealed that it will be providing advanced energy storage systems to a net-zero pilot project in California. SunEdison, the world’s largest renewable energy development company, announced last week that it will be supplying advanced battery systems to a net-zero energy homes pilot project being developed in Fontana, California. The project is being led […]

September 22nd

Canadian Solar Hands Off 200 MW Tranquillity Solar Power Project In California

Canadian Solar announced Monday that one of its wholly owned subsidiaries had signed over controlling interest in the 200 MW Tranquillity Solar Power Project. Recurrent Energy, one of North America’s largest solar project developers, is the Canadian Solar subsidiary that is developing the 200 MW Tranquillity Solar Power Project, and will hand over controlling interest in the project […]

September 3rd

73 MW Solar Project To Be Built By Former Gang Members

Homeboy Industries, a training program for former gang members, will provide labor for the Redwood Solar Farms project in California. Homeboy helps train former gang members in construction to gain the skills they need to get and hold regular jobs so they can become independent and stay away from gang culture. Solar panel installation training […]

February 9th

550 MW Solar Project Completed In California

First Solar has completed a 550 megawatt solar power plant in Riverside County, California. This part of the state is in the southern area inland from Los Angeles. The new solar plant is owned by GE Energy Financial Services,  Sumitomo Corporation of America, and NextEra Energy Resources. It utilizes over 8 million solar modules. Three hundred […]

January 16th

Rooftop Solar Plans Under Review By California Utilities

The growth of rooftop solar systems in California is causing utilities to reconsider their approaches to managing and distributing electricity. Of course, the grid systems and utility technologies were built to distribute electricity from conventional power plants. However, today more and more consumers and small businesses are taking advantage of affordable solar power systems to […]

October 13th