Photovoltaic & Storage for Fall 2021, Part 3, States, Megafactory
- Sep 28, 2021 3:25 pm GMT
This is Part 3 of a Three-Part Series photovoltaic (PV) and battery energy storage system (BESS) projects in the U.S. The first two parts are described below and linked in the post’s Introduction.
Part 1: This is First-Part of a Three-Part Series of posts. It started out as a single post, but quickly grew to twice my preferred length for a post. Then I discovered an amazing (and huge) report on the future of Solar Energy.
This report is based on a conclusion that I have held for several years: Solar Energy’s amazing development and rapidly exploding deployments can only lead me to believe that it will accept a lion’s share of renewable energy’s displacement of greenhouse gas (GHG) emitting electric energy sources.
This post is a summary of DOE’s “Solar Futures Study,” the report described above.
Part 2: This is the second post in the three part series. My last post on this subject was in mid-June, and it was a real chore.
Section 2 will be for the U.S. utility scale BESS and storage market in general. Each of the following sections is for the major projects and other information for a single state and these sections are in alphabetical order by state, up through Florida.
Section 2, below is some late-breaking news on Tesla’s first Megafactory, each of the following sections is for the major projects and other information for a single state and these sections are in alphabetical order by state, from Indiana through Wisconsin.
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