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The Sacramento Municipal Utility District recently signed a 30-year power purchase agreement with Lendlease Energy Development for the output from a 160-megawatt solar project on the site of the decommissioned Rancho Seco Nuclear Generation Station.
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Discover new industry trends, technologies, and customer expectations and share your thoughts on public power’s future.
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Distributed Energy Resources
The Desert Botanical Garden, located in Phoenix, Arizona, is home to more than 50,000 desert plant displays that thrive on the sunshine of the desert Southwest. Each year more than 600,000 people visit the 140-acre garden to learn about the desert ecosystem and explore the natural setting.
Distributed Energy Resources
A one size fits all approach to distributed generation rates won’t work.
Distributed Energy Resources
This webinar is a demonstration of and training on the eReliability Tracker application.
Distributed Energy Resources
The American Public Power Association has joined the National Community Solar Partnership (NCSP), a program sponsored by the Department of Energy that aims to expand access to affordable community solar to every American household by 2025.
Distributed Energy Resources
Twenty-one commercial, municipal and school district customers have signed up for phase 2 of Salt River Project's Sustainable Energy Offering, which will allow them to receive energy from a new 100-MW solar plant in Arizona.
Distributed Energy Resources
Public power utility Jonesboro City Water and Light (CWL) in Jonesboro, Arkansas, in partnership with TurningPoint Energy (TPE), on April 28 announced the development of a solar power system totaling 13.25 megawatts.
Distributed Energy Resources
The Conway Corp Board of Directors on April 3 approved a 20-year purchase power agreement with Lightsource BP for the development of a 132-megawatt solar energy project in White County, Ark.
Generation
Wind, solar, and natural gas are the three dominant sources in the development pipeline for electricity generation in the US, according to a report from the American Public Power Association.