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North Carolina firm snags Shoreham solar farm

By GREGORY ZELLER // A 25-megawatt Suffolk County solar farm has a new out-of-state owner. Duke Energy Renewables, a subsidiary of North Carolina-based electric power holding company Duke Energy, has completed its acquisition of the Shoreham Solar Commons project – officially, a 24.9-MW facility located in the Town of Brookhaven, on the site of the former Tallgrass Golf Course. Duke Energy Renewables acquired the farm – which as of July 1 began providing power to…


In renewables, no Island should be an island

By GREGORY ZELLER // A report this week detailing state incentives and private investments funneled into structural energy-efficiency projects shows Long Island trailing well behind the rest of New York – but the numbers, insiders say, are deceiving. Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office announced that 112,000 residential and commercial energy-efficiency projects have commenced or been completed since 2012 under the auspices of various Albany-sanctioned clean-energy programs. Combined, the statewide efforts cover 90,000 individual homes and 22,000…


Invenergy seeks Brookhaven IDA assistance

A Chicago-based owner/operator of energy storage and generation projects across North America and Europe is looking to shine in Shoreham. And Invenergy – whose portfolio includes wind, solar and natural gas-fueled power facilities in Poland, Scotland and the United States – wants the Brookhaven Industrial Development Agency’s assistance as it establishes Shoreham Solar Commons, a 24.9 megawatt solar farm proposed for roughly 150 acres of the Tallgrass Golf Course property. According to an application accepted…