Edison International has appointed new leadership to the company. It announced last week that Theodore F. Craver, Jr., Edison International’s chairman, president, and CEO, will retire effective September 30 of this year, in keeping with the company’s practice of retiring CEOs upon reaching age 65.
SunEdison Inc. and some of its subsidiaries voluntarily filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.
Dominion has completed the sale of a third its 425-MW generating capacity at nine sites in California, Utah and Georgia.
Batteries are making a splash.
Up for possible approval at the Dec. 3 meeting of the California Public Utilities Commission will be a resolution suggesting approval of a Southern California Edison (SCE) request covering a renewable portfolio standard (RPS)-eligible power purchase agreement with Blythe Solar II LLC.
In collaboration with Maryland-based Standard Solar, SunEdison has completed construction on a 2-MW solar power plant for the Town of Elkton, Maryland.
Southern California Edison is looking to acquire renewable energy, capacity and load reduction from new clean power resources.
The New York-based company is now an equal share owner with Renewable Energy Trust Capital Inc. (RET Capital), a finance and asset management platform for the renewable energy industry.
SunEdison on Tuesday announced its agreement with Luminant to sell 116 MW of utility-scale solar power to the company. Luminant will in turn sell the electricity to the ERCOT competitive market.
Dominion will sell 33 percent of its ownership in 425 MW of solar power capacity for $300 million to SunEdison.