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    Thursday, May 03, 2018

    Some Utilities Are Doing A Lot Of Solar, Storage

    SEPA’s New Top 10 lists show strong solar markets across U.S.; California still tops lists: PG&E No. 1 in solar, SCE No. 1 in storage

    April 25, 2018 (Smart Electric Power Alliance)

    “…[Some U.S. utilities added significant] new solar and storage to the grid in 2017…[On the aggregate solar megawatts top ten] list, Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) regained the No. 1 spot this year with 831.3 megawatts (MW), while Southern California Edison (SCE), last year’s No. 1, was second with 547.1 MW. The small town of Madison, Maine took the top spot on the watts per customer list, with 1,819.6 watts per customer (W/C)…On the Utility Storage Top 10, SCE ranked No. 1 on new megawatts, with 56.2 MW, while the Kauai Island Utility Cooperative (KIUC) was No. 1 in new storage watts per customer, with 415.3 W/C…While California utilities took the top two spots on the solar MW list, the rest of the Top 10 in this category show the ongoing growth of strong regional markets. Rounding out the top five are No. 3 Xcel Minnesota (522.3 MW), No 4 Duke Energy Progress in North and South Carolina (355.4 MW) and No. 5 Xcel Colorado (318.8 MW)…[T]he Top 10 lists for storage -- both megawatts and watts per customer -- show growth still centered in the Southwest and Hawaiian markets, which have high levels of solar…” click here for more

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