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Berkshire Hathaway Energy Canada (BHE Canada) and RES have launched a search for partners to buy power from what could be Canada's largest onshore wind farm, testing how wind can compete without subsidy in Alberta.
Three major US offshore wind development joint ventures have entered their proposals for projects in Connecticut's latest solicitation.
The length of time a typical wind project is being seen as viable has increased from roughly 20 years at the start of the century to 30 years now, according to a new survey.
The US's largest utility, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E), said it will honour its long-term renewable-energy contracts -- including those for some 2.15GW of wind power -- as it struggles to exit bankruptcy.
Onshore wind power will be disadvantaged when its key support mechanism in the US expires next year, while solar PV retaining a tax deduction will make it more competitive, analysts believe.
Social media giant Facebook has inked a new power purchase agreement with what will be the single-largest wind project in Texas, as the corporate PPA market continues apace in the US.
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