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President Donald Trump’s advisers have recommended the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) freezes a loan program that supported the construction of renewable energy and nuclear power plants, including NRG Energy’s 392 MW Ivanpah plant in California, Bloomberg reported February 8. Trump’s transition team has called for a...

The world’s biggest solar-thermal power plant is finally producing enough electricity. The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System in Southern California initially failed to meet contractual obligations, and a yearlong forbearance deal with Pacific Gas & Electric Co. expired Wednesday. After fine-tuning the complex facility that uses...

Capital One Bank (McLean, VA, U.S.) has acquired a tax equity stake in the Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project with an investment of up to USD 78 million, SolarReserve LLC (Santa Monica, California, U.S.) announced on January 17th, 2017. Crescent Dunes is a utility-scale CSP facility featuring SolarReserve’s proprietary...