The solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) allows homeowners to deduct 30 percent of the total cost of investment from their taxes for systems installed in 2019. Starting in 2020, the tax credit will step down to 26 percent for 2020, 22 percent in 2021 and then zero after that.
Dominion estimates the project will reduce emissions by an amount comparable to taking nearly 100,000 cars off the road for a year.
The 20-year PPA supports the development, construction, and operation of a 12.1 MW solar farm at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
The Carolina Poultry Power facility in Farmville generates 2 MW of power and 75,000 tons of steam per hour – using more than 230 tons of turkey waste a day. Carolina Poultry Power is 100% owned and operated by the Power Resource Group.
With a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, the Cockrell School of Engineering is launching a unique initiative that aims to make The University of Texas at Austin a national hub for geothermal energy expertise and startups.
By the end of 2018, the total capacity of the installations was approximately 43,481 kilowatts (kW), an increase of 13,910 kW. While that’s a 47 percent increase year over year, legacy net metering projects remain a small portion of Michigan’s total retail electricity sales, at .0048 percent.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Jared Golden called on the Army Corps to hold a hearing on the $1 billion project that has met with stubborn resistance in many communities along the path. Critics of the project hope the Army Corps will require a look at alternative routes for the corridor.
The announcement comes just weeks after MPS secured investment from the Welsh European Funding Office for £12.8 million to design, build and test a full-scale WaveSub device.
The Maverick 7 project is part of the Palen Solar site to be built on 3,140 acres of federal lands. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management completed the federal permitting process approving the project in October 2018.