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Old Alabama Road, Woodland, GA achieved commercial operation on December 13, 2013. Radiance Solar served as EPC, with its partner Cantsink. Other partners included SolarMax, Inc. for PV inverters; ReneSola for solar modules; and GameChange Racking for the fixed-tilt, driven-pile racking.
Hecate Energy purchased property from a local landowner and also involved local contractors whenever possible.
Forbes Street, East Providence, RI reached commercial operations in December 2013. The project is located on the former Forbes Street municipal landfill, which was capped in the early stages of the solar power plant construction.
Hecate Energy worked in close collaboration with its development partner CME Energy and with the City of East Providence.
Ontario is looking to build greater flexibility and resiliency into its power system with the addition of new projects to test storage technologies. Ontario's grid operator, the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO), has selected storage technologies from five companies that can offer ancillary services to support increased reliability and efficiency of the grid. The five companies are Canadian Solar Solutions Inc., Convergent Energy and Power LLC, Dimplex North America LTD, Hecate Energy and Hydrogenics Corp.
06.05.2014 - LADWP Approves Agreements for 250 MW of Large Solar in Kern County Plus 50 MW of Local Solar to Boost L.A. Economy
Through a competitive bid for the Beacon 200 MW Bundled Solar Program, the LADWP Board awarded two of the sites (88 MW) to SunEdison, and two sites (112 MW) to Hecate Energy. In conjunction with the large solar projects, SunEdison is obligated to develop 22 MW of local solar and Hecate will build 28 MW of solar within Los Angeles. The fifth solar project that will be installed on the Beacon property is a 50 MW project that is not “bundled” with a FiT component. This contract was awarded to Hecate Energy.
06.04.2014 - Hecate Energy awarded USTDA Grant under the U.S. Africa Clean Energy Finance Initiative
Today, U.S. Trade and Development Agency Director Zak signed a grant to fund a feasibility study, which will be cost shared with U.S. energy developer Hecate Energy, for the University of Dodoma in Tanzania. The project will evaluate cost-effective solar photovoltaic solutions that can replace existing diesel generation and provide dedicated power to the University's Health Sciences Diagnostic Center and the surrounding community.
It's more than magic. After 20 years in the energy industry, I still believe that the single best model for success remains collaboration: bringing communities, utilities, developers and government agencies together. It means your families, your friends, your neighbors and your colleagues have a shared stake in success.
Chris Bullinger, President
Now is THE best window of opportunity that we have ever seen for building alternative power plants. Ratepayers can benefit from the cost structures settling around fundamental pricing--all the while improving capital markets increasingly provide the financial structuring to better fund projects. Green is good.
Nick Bullinger, COO
Not all power plants are created equal. For example, Best of Breed solar panels, trackers and inverters often lack optimal design and operating efficiencies. There's no single, absolute, answer for solar plant design but there are certainly countless ineffective ones! We doggedly pursue the best path for our clients.
Fazli Qadir, EVP, EPC & CTO
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