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DoE-backed Crescent Dunes CSP, molten salt storage project goes belly-up

The owner of DoE-backed Crescent Dunes solar power project in Nevada, considered to be the first concentrating solar power (CSP) project paired with molten salt energy storage in the US, has filed for bankruptcy.
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Nevada’s NV Energy signs PPA for utility-scale solar+ storage project

EDF Renewables North America announced the signing of a 22-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), with Nevada utility NV Energy, for a 200MW solar photovoltaic (PV) project along with a 180MW, four-hour battery storage system.

Approval granted for US’ largest-ever solar site – “8th largest in the world”

The US Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced have approved the construction of the $1 billion 690MW Gemini Solar Plant, the largest solar facility in US history.

Nevada commission approves NV Energy’s solar, storage plans

The Public Utilities Commission of Nevada has approved NV Energy's Integrated Resource Plan to bring an additional 1,190MW of new solar energy.
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NV Energy selects Itron’s cloud-based demand response management system

NV Energy has successfully implemented Itron's IntelliSOURCE Express to manage the utility’s agricultural demand response programme
customer engagement

Utility leverages AI to enhance customer engagement experience

Nevada based, investor owned utility NV Energy, has partnered with Bidgely to boost customer engagement and help customers save money on energy use. Utilising the technology while offering premium energy efficiency tools, NV Energy focuses...