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Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation adds 100 MW of solar power

Located in Ashley County, Arkansas, the construction of Crossett Solar is expected to begin in early 2021

FPL adds batteries to solar array, making solar-plus-storage system

NextEra Energy companies operate a total of about 140 MW of batteries with more than 150 MWh of storage capacity

Florida Power & Light extends Itron contract for network upgrades, disaster readiness

FPL has signed a seven-year contract renewal with Itron

California hits solar power record: Meets nearly half demand

California ISO reported on its Twitter feed that the all-time peak percentage of demand served by solar hit 49.95 percent at 12:58 p.m. that day

Taking a Punch

In short, both hardening and recovery create more resilient infrastructure and improve the currently elusive goal of "perfect" reliability. Designing new and upgraded power infrastructure with resiliency in mind will take a concerted effort on the part of all stakeholders—from investor-owned, municipal and rural cooperative utilities, to regional transmission organizations, market regulators and government entities.

GE developing Haliade-X, its most powerful offshore wind turbine

The wind turbine will feature a 12 MW direct drive generator and a gross capacity factor of 63 percent

Florida Power & Light opens four new solar power plants

In 2018, FPL completed eight new solar energy centers while keeping its typical customer bill lower than it was more than 10 years ago.

FPL unveils solar power plus energy storage system

Florida Power & Light Co. unveiled a new solar-plus-storage system to fully integrate battery technology with a solar power plant in a way that increases the plant's overall energy output

EEI gives emergency assistance awards to Dominion, PSEG Long Island

In September 2017, Dominion Energy mobilized and sent more than 750 employees and contractors to Florida  

Transforming Power

The event runs Jan. 23-25 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center near San Antonio's River Walk area. DistribuTECH 2018 will offer all that is tried and true—including the latest on the impact of data analytics, substation automation and distributed energy resources on the grid—but also plenty that is new including an energy storage track and a renewed focus on customer strategies for utilities and their vendors.