Switch Plans Nevada Solar Battery Storage Installation (Ind. Report)
Las Vegas-based data-center operator Switch is planning to construct three solar and battery storage developments in Clark and Storey counties, Nevada.
Energy will be collected through thousands of solar panels and then stored in Tesla Megapacks made at the Tesla factory in Storey County.
(Source: Switch, KNPR, 23 July, 2020) Contact: Switch, 877-360-6271, www.switch.com/las-vegas
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NV Energy Seeks Three Nev. Solar Project Approvals (Ind. Report)
NV Energy reports it has filed a request with the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to approve three new long-term solar power purchase agreements totaling 100 megawatts. The three new solar renewable energy projects, if approved, will be built in Nevada.
The 50-MW Turquoise Nevada solar project, to be constructed in the Reno Technology Park will benefit from a 25-year PPA and is expected to be operational by the end of 2020.
The Turquoise Nevada solar project is a venture of Estuary Capital Advisors and Sumitomo Corporation of Americas.
NV Energy has submitted a separate request with the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada to utilize the NV GreenEnergy Rider program to help a major customer offset 100 percent of its next phase of growth with solar energy.
If approved, the new solar energy projects will be operational on or before September 1, 2020.
(Source: NV Energy, Various Media, 8 Nov., 2017) Contact: NV Energy , Pat Egan, VP Renewable Energy and Smart Infrastructure, www.nvenergy.com
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