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Breiter Planet Properties President Andrew Breiter-Wu takes you on a virtual tour of our new Online Solar Shop. In less than 5 minutes you can navigate through the online shop and realize your solar energy dreams. Our prices cannot be beat, and we are dedicated to helping you throughout the entire process.
As technology has advanced and more solar projects have been developed, prices have fallen. State and federal level incentives that are available to make the switch to solar even more affordable.
At Breiter Planet Properties, we leverage these market conditions to provide ultimate value to our customers. We are excited to offer the lowest cost solar projects in the country. We ensure our customers get the best value on the market while providing high quality equipment and reliable labor.
Breiter Planet Properties President Andrew Breiter-Wu takes a closer look at Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden’s $2 Trillion Climate Plan. The plan is to build a modern infrastructure in the United States.
Amazon announced five new renewable energy projects in China, Australia and the U.S. that further support Amazon’s commitment to reach 80% renewable energy by 2024 and 100% renewable energy by 2030 (and potentially as early as 2025), as well as to reach net zero carbon by 2040.
The U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has given a preliminary, but close to final, environmental approval for First Solar’s 450 MWac Desert Quartzite solar power plant.
Is it possible for utilities to provide 100% renewable energy?
Xcel Energy is an electric utility based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It serves more than 3.3 million electric customers throughout Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, and Wisconsin. Xcel has a goal of delivering 100% carbon free electricity by the year 2050. As of 2018, their delivery was 38% carbon free, and by 2030, Xcel hopes to deliver 80% carbon free electricity before reaching their ultimate goal of 100% carbon free by 2050.
Hawaii regulators have approved six of eight proposed large solar plus storage projects, with all coming at or under 10 cents per kilowatt-hour.
This article is an excerpt from the new whitepaper published by Microgrid Knowledge and Enel X North America, California’s Changing Time-of-Use Rates: Calculating the Impact on Behind-the-Meter Solar PV and Energy Storage.
For utilities, electricity is generally more expensive and complex to deliver when demand is high. To help cover these costs, California’s utilities have traditionally imposed time-of-use (TOU) rates, which created a daily schedule that applies different prices for power based on demand trends on the grid. When demand is highest, prices are highest under TOU rates.