Fall River County Commissioners have approved of the vacating of intersecting sections lines in Minnekahta Valley, South Dakota that will push along the develop of a 40MW PV project — per the Rapid City Journal.
Melbourne-headquartered mining giant BHP, in partnership with the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), has projected 500MW of potential capacity combining solar, wind and energy storage at its old North American mining sites.
StuyTown Property Services (SPS), the manager of Manhattan’s largest residential property, will install a 3.8MW PV energy system across the eight hectares of rooftops of Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village.
Cypress Creek Renewables is set to launch a partnership with Greenville Technical College in order to grow South Carolina’s PV workforce and spur the state’s economy. This partnership will assist the state’s PV sector by helping to train and prepare the next generation of energy workers.
Netherlands-based pension fund Stichting Pensioenfonds ABP has agreed to invest over US$384 million in three PV projects in the US, with the trio of installations representing a combined generation capacity of 858MW.
Residential solar provider Vivint Solar has officially expanded the availability of its solar energy systems into the state of Delaware. Following this expansion, the company now operates in 21 different states.
Organic farming cooperative Organic Valley has struck a deal on a community partnership that will see the company source 100% of its electricity resources from renewables by 2019, with the cooperative claiming that it is the largest food company in the world to do so.