Supplier News

  1. Beyond Limits Selected By Xcell To Build World's First Power Plant Guided By Cognitive AI
    7/24/2019

    Beyond Limits, an artificial intelligence software engineering company, has been awarded a $25MM contract initial order with follow on orders by Xcell Security House and Finance S.A (Xcell), the Swiss-based global financial and minerals development company, to build the world's first cognitive power plant. With technology originated for NASA space missions, Beyond Limits is a pioneer in advanced cognitive AI solutions for heavy industry installations

  2. Solar FlexRack Signs Supply Contract With Swinerton For 26.4 MWAC Solar Project
    7/23/2019

    Solar FlexRack™, a division of Northern States Metals and an innovative leader in photovoltaic mounting and solar tracker solutions, has completed a contract to supply a 26.4 MWAC solar power generation plant for Swinerton Renewable Energy (SRE)

  3. sPower And PSEG Long Island Help New York Move Towards Ambitious Clean Energy Goals
    7/22/2019

    sPower, a national leader in development, construction and operation of solar power facilities, and PSEG Long Island, a major electric utility provider, are proud to announce the completion of sPower’s solar plant in Riverhead, NY

  4. Portland General Electric Proposes Clean Energy, Smart Grid Resource Plan
    7/22/2019

    Portland General Electric Company (NYSE: POR) has presented a new integrated resource plan to the Oregon Public Utility Commission for approval. This new plan focuses on adding more renewable power, capturing more energy efficiency, and strengthening partnerships with customers to help balance energy supply and demand during periods of peak energy use

  5. Purdue Utilizes High-Tech AI To Improve Coal-Burning Power Plants
    7/22/2019

    Purdue University is working with the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association; Great River Energy, Maple, Minnesota; and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Washington, on a project to develop resources and tools that will allow utilities to determine the costs of operating their large coal boilers at reduced capacity.

  6. TerraForm Power To Acquire Large-Scale U.S. Distributed Generation Platform
    7/22/2019

    TerraForm Power, Inc. (Nasdaq: TERP) (“TerraForm Power”) today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire a high-quality, unlevered distributed generation platform with up to ~320 megawatt of capacity in the United States from subsidiaries of AltaGas Ltd (TSX: ALA) for a total purchase price of $720 million

  7. Siemens Gamesa Conditionally Awarded Largest U.S. Offshore Wind Power Order To Date: 1.7 GW From Ørsted And Eversource
    7/18/2019

    Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has conditionally received a record order for 1,714 MW from Ørsted and Eversource. Encompassing three offshore wind power projects, the signed conditional contract is the largest U.S. offshore wind power order to date

  8. Solar Energy Non-Profits Join Forces To Build The First And Largest Solar Energy Farm In North Dakota At Standing Rock Reservation
    7/18/2019

    GivePower, a non-profit organization that provides solar energy solutions to developing regions that need it most, led the effort to build the CannonBall Community Solar Farm in partnership with Empowered by Light, a non-profit focused on solar micro grids for developing communities

  9. DTE Energy Receives Approval To Purchase 3 Wind Parks As It Transitions To Cleaner Energy
    7/18/2019

    DTE Energy, Michigan's leading producer of renewable energy, today announced that the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) has provided conditional* approval for its proposed purchase of three new Michigan wind parks, increasing the company's renewable energy portfolio nearly 50% and furthering DTE's commitment to providing clean, affordable and reliable power to its customers

  10. Gov. Cuomo Announces Largest Procurement Of Offshore Wind Power In US History
    7/18/2019

    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo recently announced results of the largest procurement of offshore wind power in U.S. history. Two projects, Empire Wind(Opens in a new window) and Sunrise Wind(Opens in a new window), were named as winners of the state’s first call for offshore wind project proposals