30 Jun '15, 6pm

Austin Energy received pricing for 1.295GW of solar projects below 4 cents per kWh in a recent RFP..

Austin Energy received pricing for 1.295GW of solar projects below 4 cents per kWh in a recent RFP..

Texas municipal utility Austin Energy received almost 8GW of bids from developers for a planned 600MW of competitive solar contracts, with pricing for 1.295GW of those projects below 4 cents per kWh.

Full article: http://www.rechargenews.com/solar/1404767/austin-energy-6...

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