Credit: Pacific Power
Facebook’s Prineville Data Center in Oregon will be supported by 100% renewable energy from 437MW of new solar developments in partnership with Pacific Power, including two projects totaling 100MW in the Prineville area.
“This partnership bolsters Prineville’s 21st century model for a small-town,” Oregon Governor Kate Brown said. “With projects like these, we continue to demonstrate that Oregon is ready for the clean energy economy of the future.”
“Our work with Pacific Power to develop new solar resources represents a significant milestone for our hyper-efficient Prineville Data Center. We are committed to supporting 100% renewable energy, and we are thrilled to have found a solution for our first data center,” said Peter Freed, Facebook’s energy strategy manager.
The USA solar pipeline hit 9.8 GW in August 2019, according to market analysts, Wood Mackenzie so what does this mean for the solar sector moving forward? Are module shipments constrained? Have manufacturers raised prices for late-comers? What impact will this have on 2020 projects and what can we expect for the ITC negotiations? These questions and more will be discussed in this informative, free webinar. - With almost 10 GW of solar pipeline, how is this affecting the supply chain and cost for panels? - How likely is it that the ITC will be renewed, what trends are emerging in terms of beating the step down? - How helpful are emerging trends and technologies (e.g. bifacial panels, floating solar, data aggregation and management) in helping to beat the ITC step down? - Trade wars: what impact did section 201 have on the market, and what could we expect moving forward This webinar acts as a primer for the Solar & Storage Finance Summit which takes place on 29 & 30 October in New York City.
Now in its sixth successful year, Solar & Storage Finance USA is the only event which looks at raising capital for solar, storage and collocated solar and storage projects in the USA. The conference will help delegates understand how providers are evolving propositions for storage and how they can access capital for standalone solar or storage, and co-located projects. Meet debt providers, funders, utilities, corporate off takers and blue chip energy firms with capital to invest and developers with credible pipelines.