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Omaha-based Tenaska developing 2,000 MW of solar in the Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO) Market

Capital Dynamics, an independent global private asset management firm, today announced that its Clean Energy Infrastructure (CEI) business has signed an agreement with respected energy developer Tenaska to develop a portfolio of greenfield solar projects in the Midwestern United States. The deal closed on November 26, 2018.

The transaction includes 14 solar projects with approximately 2,000 megawatts (MW) in the Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO) market. The portfolio represents a large share of all solar projects currently in the MISO North interconnection queue, with projects in Michigan, Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana and Minnesota. Read more here.

 

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NORFOLK NEWS STORY


To make an impact, focus on public policy on local level, mayor says

By Olivia Book, Special to the Norfolk Daily News. 

Included among Mayor Josh Moenning’s many endeavors, “He also is spending more time helping to develop Nebraska’s wind energy industry.”

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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Tenaska bets on solar with stake in roof-panel installer

by Russell Hubbard / World Herald staff writer

Omaha energy company Tenaska has bought a stake in a California-based installer of residential rooftop solar panels.

Terms weren’t disclosed in the deal announced this week by Tenaska and Suncrest Solar.

The investment is a bet on residential solar development by Tenaska, which builds and operates natural-gas fired electric plants nationwide. Suncrest designs and installs solar panels that produce electricity directly into homes, with excess amounts sold to an electric utility. Suncrest Solar installed about 500 systems on homes last year.

Continue reading: http://www.omaha.com/money/tenaska-bets-on-solar-with-stake-in-roof-panel-installer/article_6ca08bb6-7579-580a-a087-b6588ad27eff.html