Michigan PURPA Settlement Set to More Than Triple State’s Solar Capacity

Utility Consumers Energy and the solar industry resolved their conflict, smoothing the way for deployment. Regulators in Michigan approved a settlement Wednesday compelling utility Consumers Energy to buy power from 584 megawatts of solar interconnected by September 1, 2023, multiplying by many times the 153 megawatts currently standing in the state. The settlement ends a […]

Duke Drops Largest Solar Project in North Carolina Procurement — Its Own

The cancellation of an 80-megawatt project with no financial penalty raises questions about a monopoly utility competing against private developers. Monopolies and market competition can make for uneasy bedfellows. North Carolina completed its first competitive solar solicitation in April, as called for in a major energy compromise the legislature passed in 2017. Unlike almost anywhere […]

Cypress Creek Renewables Announces New Leadership

SANTA MONICA, Calif.: Cypress Creek Renewables today announced leadership changes to support the next stage of the company’s growth. The Cypress Creek Board has appointed Sarah Slusser as chief executive officer and as a director on the board, Rebecca (Becky) Cranna as interim chief operating officer and Kim Osteras interim chief strategy officer. As part of these leadership changes, Matthew McGovern and Michael […]
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