(Source: PV Tech) Two of the California community`s aggregators of choice (CCAs) have signed an Electricity Purchase Contract (PPA) with 8 minutes of solar energy for a 250 MW solar photovoltaic installation with 150MWh of battery storage. 8 minutes Solar Energy (8 minutes) announced yesterday`s agreement, the developer`s first PPP with community choice groups. CCAs are available… Lendlease develops, builds and funds supply-scale solar and storage projects in the United States. The current pipeline exceeds 2 GW. The team previously developed, built and transferred ownership of the 60-hectare Cooperative Solar Far One facility in Clark County, Kentucky, and began construction of the Island Palm Communities Energy Services Project in Hawaii, a $150 million energy modernization and security project that powers 5,800 military homes. Lendlease also developed Fort Bend Solar, a 200-megawatt solar farm west of Houston, Texas, and signed PPAs for a 20-megawatt solar installation in the city of Wallingford, Connecticut. The Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) has signed a 30-year power ridership contract (PPA) with Lendlease Energy Development for the power of a 160-megawatt solar project at the Rancho Seco nuclear power plant site. These objectives apply to privately owned enterprises, but not to public energy suppliers, but the SMUD Board of Directors voted to voluntarily support and achieve these objectives. „We are looking at other solar projects,“ Beck said, noting that the distribution company`s integrated resource plan called for about 1,000 MW of solar electricity by 2040.

(Source: reNews) U.S. developer sPower has entered into a power purchase agreement for the 49.5 MW wind farm in Sand Hill, California. The 25-year-old, along with Silicon Valley Power (UDC), the city`s municipal energy supplier, will support the company`s first wind project in the U.S. state. sPower expects… NEW YORK, May 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Lendlease, an international leader in real estate and infrastructure, and Sacramento County Municipal Utility District (SMUD) today jointly announced the implementation of a 30-year power purchase contract (PPA) for Rancho Seco Solar II, their new 160-megawatt (MW) solar facility. The facility will be located on the Rancho Seco nuclear power plant site and will be the largest solar facility in Sacramento County, California, when completed. The project is Lendlease`s first energy development in California and the fifth such project in the country.