Analysis

Ore. Project's Renewable Trifecta Won't Be Easy To Copy

Law360 (February 20, 2019, 8:24 PM EST) -- A new project touted by NextEra Energy Inc. and an Oregon utility as the first of its kind in North America to combine large-scale wind, solar and energy storage on a single site has energy project experts buzzing, but they say it'll be hard to replicate in other locations unless developers can hit a sweet spot of ideal geography and access to the power grid.

The 300-megawatt wind, 50-megawatt solar and 30-megawatt battery storage project in eastern Oregon announced Feb. 12 by a NextEra unit and Portland General Electric Co. is an intriguing concept that if successfully pulled off could allow...

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