California Valley Solar Ranch begins producing power, yet another government-backed clean energy project that appears on course.
NRG has put the project on hold, but the Obama administration is still happy to seal its first offshore wind lease agreement under “Smart from the Start.”
National Geographic Society reports on how renewable energy is making its way into the power generation process at certain NFL stadiums.
Developers of the Agua Caliente Solar Project in Arizona, which is backed by a $976 million loan guarantee, say the plant is now generating 200 MW of power.
California regulators say a settlement with NRG Energy will bring electric vehicle charging infrastructure to low- and moderate-income residents.
In settling an old claim by the state, NRG Energy agrees to spend $100 million to install some 200 fast-chargers in key areas of California.
NRG’s $1 million pledge for solar installations in Haiti, through the Clinton Global Initiative, is paying off with projects now coming online.
NRG will be teaming up with The Kraft Group to up the ante on solar power at Gillette Stadium and the Patriot Place complex with two new on-site installations.
According to the terms of a new sponsorship agreement with NRG Energy, MetLife Stadium will get a giant “Solar Ring” LED display and solar power system.
Billionaire Warren Buffett’s MidAmerican buy a 49 percent stake in NRG’s Agua Caliente project, a 290-MW solar plant that First Solar is building in Arizona.