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September 23 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Peacham, Vermont, Celebrates Community Solar With A Solarbration” • Peacham, Vermont, population 731, is holding a Solarbration on September 24, 2023 to welcome the Peacham Community Solar installation. At just 150 kW, it may be small compared to other community solar projects, but it will have a big impact on the town. [CleanTechnica]

Peacham community solar project (Image via YouTube)

  • “US Energy Storage Deployments To Exceed 10 GW This Year” • Energy storage, both at home and at the grid-scale, is scaling up. A report from Interact Analysis shows that the US is expected to reach 49.5 GW of installed and operational energy storage capacity. Over 10 GW is expected to be added to the cumulative total in 2023 alone. [pv magazine USA]
  • “Renewable Energy Production In Spain Will Reach 50% In 2023” • Spain is expected to produce over half of its electricity from renewable sources this year, according to research from Rystad Energy. If this happens, it will become the first of the five largest European countriesin terms of electricity demand. Spain is on the path to decarbonization. [Digital Journal]
  • “Candela Sets 24-Hour Distance Record For Electric Boats – 777 Kilometers!” • Candela CEO Gustav Hasselskog wanted to prove that the C-8 could handle long-distance cruising, so he set up a 20 nautical mile loop. During one 24-hour period, the C-8 test boat covered 777 km (483 miles). The previous record was 79 miles covered in 20 hours. [CleanTechnica]
  • “This Huge Minnesota Solar Farm Is About To Get Super-Sized” • Minnesota’s largest utility, Xcel Energy, is expanding its Sherco Solar project. The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission unanimously approved adding a 250-MW array to the 460 MW solar farm currently being built. The 710 MW project is expected to come online at the end of 2025. [Electrek]

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