Solar

Constellation this week announced that it has signed an agreement with three major commercial customers to power their operations with renewable energy. At 175 megawatts, this project is the largest of its kind for Constellation, an Exelon company. Major commitments from Johns Hopkins University; McCormick & Company, and the TJX Companies resulted in Constellation’s agreement to...
C&I

As a reader of this website, you probably already know how important offtakers are to clean energy transactions. Never before have energy consumers come together to collectively and collaboratively drive the clean energy future as they are now in the Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance. And this is happening not a moment too soon for our...
Community Solar

Encore Renewable Energy said that the $1.8M it is getting from North Carolina’s Leyline Renewable Energy will accelerate its mission of developing solar and energy storage projects on underutilized property. Leyline, a renewable energy finance company based in Durham, provides development capital for early- to mid-stage renewable energy developers, which accelerates their development process and...
Rooftop

A pair of bills would require solar panels on new buildings but include exemptions for shaded or nonviable properties.  A pair of bills moving through the Massachusetts Legislature would require solar panels on most new construction in the state.  While some in the building and real estate industry argue the measures could make housing less...
C&I

Many of us are somewhat familiar with what an electric utility does. Our house receives electricity, and we get a bill in the mail each month for it. Here in North Carolina, that bill is likely coming from Duke Energy. In other parts of the country it may be PG&E or Dominion Power. For at least a century, these utility monopolies have built power plants, installed transmission and distribution lines, billed customers for their electricity use, and the utility made a predictable margin for their work.