The City of Charlotte has become the first municipality to execute a renewable power agreement under Duke Energy’s Green Source Advantage (GSA) program – further expanding solar energy in North Carolina.
Duke Energy Renewables, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, today announced that its 100-megawatt (alternating current) Lapetus Solar project in Andrews County, Texas, began commercial operation in December 2019.
Duke Energy Renewables, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, today announced that it has completed the acquisition of the final project in a portfolio developed with Inman Solar Inc., totaling 20 megawatts. The projects are in construction or have begun commercial operations across central Georgia under Georgia Power’s Renewable Energy Development Initiative.
Duke Energy Renewables is expanding its solar energy portfolio by acquiring the 200-megawatt (MWac) / 266-megawatt peak (MWp) Rambler solar project from Recurrent Energy, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Canadian Solar Inc. The project will be located in Tom Green County, Texas and is expected to achieve commercial operation in mid-2020.