A response to the ‘Following FERC’ column by Bruce Radford in our April 2016 issue.
Power purchase agreement
Sunshine Gas Producers, a joint venture between DTE Biomass Energy and EIF Renewable Energy Holdings through its subsidiary Landfill Energy Systems, started generating electricity from landfill gas at its recently constructed renewable energy facility at the Sunshine Canyon Landfill.
Assessing the risks and rewards of distributed energy strategies.
Developing a leadership role for utilities in alternative technologies.
Bidding, transparency, and foregone conclusions in Big Sky Country.
Better to compete from within than fight from afar.
EDF Renewable Energy put the 143 MWp (110 MWac) Catalina Solar Project, located in California’s Mojave Desert, into commercial operation. The solar project is comprised of 82 MWp Solar Frontier and 61 MWp First Solar PV modules. EDF Renewable Services will provide operations and maintenance services. The project’s energy is provided to San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E) under a 25-year PPA.
PURPA and the future of avoided cost rates.
What every real property owner should know.
Financing has been scarce for distributed generation. But as opportunities expand, commercial frameworks are solidifying. Power purchase agreements are paving the way to a bright future for DG.
How DG and microgrids change the game for utilities.
Energy microgrids have emerged as more than just a curiosity. The technology is improving, costs are falling, and developers are lining up to build projects. How will microgrids overcome the substantial challenges that stand in their way?