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Joanna Schroeder

  • Turbine has announced that it received an order for a C800 microturbine to upgrade a leading pork producer in Lithuania. Fueled by biogas produced on site, the C800 microturbine will be installed in a combined heat and power (CHP) application along with an anaerobic digester, fuel compressor and heat exchanger.
  • Atlantic Wind & Solar, Inc. has announced it has completed construction on three projects totaling 250 KW of Utility Scale solar in Mississauga, ON, Canada. The $1.57 million commercial rooftop installation, spanning three buildings, is expected to produce 6,000 megawatt hours of power over the next 20 years supplying Ontario with clean reliable energy. The power will be sold under the provinces Feed-In-Tariff program. Atlantic has received Commercial Operation Notice from the Ontario Power Authority.
  • Sungevity, Inc., has announced a new partnership with Sonnenbatterie, Europe’s leading smart energy storage provider. Through the partnership, Sungevity will offer Sonnenbatterie smart energy storage systems to its network of customers in the U.S. and Europe, starting in the second half of 2015. Sonnenbatterie’s highly sophisticated storage systems incorporate Sony’s Fortelion lithium ion cells with an industry-leading 10,000 charge cycles.
  • Royalty Exchange has announced its first North Carolina Solar Farm investment opportunity. The opportunity being presented by Royalty Exchange is for a new 1.4 megawatt North Carolina solar power farm that went into operation in early 2015 and is being offered for sale at $3.5 million. The state and federal tax credits however are what make this investment very attractive with the total potential being up to $6 Million.
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