JAKIN, Ga., June 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — United Renewable Energy LLC TM(URETM) and Constellation, an Exelon Company, announced today the completion of a 1.8-megawatt (DC) solar generation project located at Hunter Farms, a 360-acre, family-owned cattle farm in Jakin, Georgia. The Hunter family, which established its company in 1937, will benefit from lease payments from a tracking solar array — situated within marginal and over-used land.
WILMINGTON, N.C., March 29, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Solar technology leader LG Electronics joined Cypress Creek Renewables, the nation’s fastest-growing solar farm developer, to celebrate the official opening of one of largest solar-plus-storage installations in the continental United States – an 8.5 megawatt portfolio of utility-scale solar projects, with storage capacity of 12 megawatt hours, in North Carolina.
One of the 12 new utility-scale LG solar farms in North Carolina, developed by LG Electronics with Cypress Creek Renewables.
Lockheed Martin Delivers Energy Storage Systems to Cypress Creek Renewables for Solar-Plus-Storage Projects
DALLAS, March 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) and Cypress Creek Renewables have commissioned 12 MWh of GridStar™ Lithium energy storage systems for 12 solar-plus-storage projects. The solar-plus-storage system will provide clean electricity to communities served by Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) in southeastern North Carolina.
Lockheed Martin’s GridStar™ technology ensures that this power is rapidly dispatchable — a key benefit that allows Brunswick EMC to avoid peaking costs and pass the savings to its member-owners in Brunswick and Columbus Counties, as well as small areas of Robeson and Bladen Counties.
Construction of the Phipps Bend Nuclear Power plant kicked off in 1978. Tucked in a bend of the Holston River near Surgoinsville, Tennessee, the project was expected to revitalize the area’s economy. The electricity it generated would reach the entire coverage area of the Tennessee Valley Authority.
Just a few years into the project, energy demand and prices were falling. The partial nuclear meltdown at Three Mile Island triggered increased citizen concerns along with increased costs to meet new regulatory requirements. The TVA Board of Directors ceased construction in 1981. The plant was never operational.
While an industrial park was developed nearby in the late 1980s, the plant was only used for safety training exercises – until now.
Cypress Creek Renewables teams up with United Renewable Energy to co-develop 12 solar-plus-storage projects in North Carolina
SANTA MONICA, CALIF. (PRWEB) JUNE 27, 2017
Cypress Creek Renewables, the nation’s fastest-growing solar farm developer, announces its collaboration with United Renewable Energy to co-develop a series of 12 solar-plus-storage projects with Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) in North Carolina. The 12 projects have a combined storage capacity of 12 MWhs, making them one of the largest solar-plus-storage portfolios in the country. The projects are set to commence construction this month and are expected to be on line by October 2017.
United Renewable Energy LLC has completed construction of the first Community Solar Project interconnected to National Grid in New York state. The project is located in Northern New York, in the Hamlet of Somerville, on approximately three acres of underused pasture land. The solar photovoltaic modules peak output is 241 Kilowatts DC, yielding a peak of 165 kilowatts AC returned to the power grid.
United Renewable Energy and Cypress Creek Renewables partner on 7 MW Bladen County, NC Solar Project
Elizabethtown, NC, December 5, 2016– United Renewable Energy LLC and Cypress Creek Renewables are pleased to announce the completion of a 7 MW solar photovoltaic facility located in Bladen County, NC. The project was completed in a partnership between United Renewable Energy LLC, which completed the development activities, and Cypress Creek Renewables who acquired and constructed the facility in late 2015.
The 7 MW facility provides solar energy to Duke Energy Progress through a Power Purchase Agreement and is located on approximately 30 acres of land. This is one of the first solar projects constructed in Bladen County, NC, but many more have recently been announced. Solar projects offer competitive lease rates for landowners, benefit the local property tax base, and provide local jobs to assist with the construction and operation of facilities.
“We are proud to work on this exciting project with Cypress Creek Renewables, one of the largest and fastest growing independent power producers in the world. Their focus and strict adherence to high quality standards are an excellent fit for our developed projects. ” said Keith Herbs, Executive Vice President of United Renewable Energy LLC.
“The 7MW Bladen County project completed with United Renewable Energy was very well developed and is the first of many solar project investments in Bladen County, NC that Cypress Creek is planning.” said David Bunge, Vice President of Development for Cypress Creek Renewables. “It is also our first project complete with United Renewable Energy LLC. Based on the excellent results, we look forward to working together on many future projects.”
EATONTON, Ga., Oct. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ – Tri-County EMC, a member owned electric co-op, is proud to announce commercial operation of a one megawatt (MW) community solar electricity generation farm in Eatonton, Georgia. The project was developed jointly between Tri-County EMC, Georgia Power and United Renewable Energy LLC. Tri-County EMC provides the low cost solar energy to its participating member-owners as a credit on their bill. Tri-County EMC was formed in 1939 by farmers and homeowners in Baldwin, Jones and Putnam counties and currently serves five additional counties, totaling more than 21,000 accounts. As a co-operative utility, it is owned by its members receiving electric service.