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Omaha-based Tenaska partners with renewable energy company Soltage to complete 3.68-megawatt brownfield solar project

By Kathie Zipp, Solar Power World

Solar brownfield development is a particularly promising market, with more than 80,000 brownfields and contaminated lands pre-screened by the U.S. EPA for renewable energy development. Brownfields provide ideal locations for solar projects with flat, unshaded areas and proximity to grid infrastructure. Soltage also recently announced three landfill-sited solar projects in Massachusetts totaling 15 MW. Click here  to read more.

Photo by Greg M. Cooper / Soltage LLC

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Predictions 2017: 8 sector insiders on what’s next for power markets and regulation

By Krysti Shallenberger, Utility Dive Feature

From technology innovation to wholesale electric market changes, industry insiders have bold forecasts for the year ahead.

Utility Dive solicited submissions from readers and industry thought leaders for our popular predictions piece. The response was nearly overwhelming, with major power players expecting disruption in state policies and energy markets in the year to come.
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