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Green Lantern Solar resumes construction of solar projects at sites in East New Haven and Underhill re-energizing Vermont’s economy

Green Lantern Solar is closing in on 100 solar projects as construction gets underway at sites in East New Haven and Underhill. After a brief break due to COVID-19 work stoppages, Green Lantern Solar is safely and cautiously leading the economy forward with these large outdoor construction projects, keeping hardworking Vermonters employed in the state’s resilient renewable energy sector.

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U.S. Department of the Interior approves plan to build nation’s largest solar project in Nevada by 2022

The Trump Administration remains committed to its America First, all of the above approach to domestic energy production as the Department of the Interior (Department) and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced today the approval of a proposal to construct and operate the largest solar project in United States history.

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Emergent Solar Energy commissions largest on-farm solar array in Tipton County, Indiana

West Lafayette, Indiana — As a growing number of farmers across the United States deal with financial difficulties from the COVID-19 pandemic, a Purdue University-affiliated company is working to help farms slash their carbon footprints and energy costs.
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Largest solar PV plant in Kansas starts commercial operation

Sunflower Electric Power Corp. and Lightsource BP announced that the Johnson Corner Solar Project entered commercial operation on April 7. The $37 million project, which was financed and constructed by Lightsource BP, is located approximately two miles southwest of Johnson City in Stanton County, Kansas.

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Clean Energy States Alliance launches initiative connecting U.S. states to cooperate towards a 100% clean energy target

Montpelier, VT, April 2, 2020 – The nonprofit Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) today launched the 100% Clean Energy Collaborative, a new initiative to provide critical information sharing and knowledge transfer among states that have established 100% clean energy goals for their electricity sectors. The rapid adoption of aggressive clean energy targets by states has been one of the most important energy and climate change policy developments of the past few years; 14 states plus the District of Columbia have now set such goals. The new Collaborative will create a forum for those states to cooperate on program development in order to speed progress towards achieving the states’ ambitious targets.

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