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  • First Solar has started construction on the 22 MW first phase of its Barilla solar project in Pecos County, Texas.
  • Canadian Solar is providing modules for the 10 MW Silvercreek solar project in Elgin County, Ontario, that is slated to be operational in July.
  • Elementa Group has arranged a 20-year power agreement with the Ontario Power Authority for its 10 MW waste-to-energy project in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.
  • The Quebec Office of Public Hearings on the Environment has determined that Invenergy does not need a public hearing over the C$69 million ($61.9 million), 21 MW des Moulins 2 wind project.
  • Brayton Point Energy, the owner of New England’s largest coal-fired facility will decide next week whether to delay its closing—slated for 2017—now that ISO New England has designated the plant as a “must run” facility.
  • Xcel Energy has closed the Monticello nuclear plant for several days as workers repair a leaking heat exchanger on the reactor’s coolant system.
  • The U.S. Army has scheduled two community meetings in Mililani and Wahiawa, Hawaii, next month to gather public comment on a proposed 50 MW biofuels project planned for Schofield Barracks on the island of Oahu.
  • A wind turbine at NextEra Energy Resources’ Mill Run Energy Center in Pennsylvania has fallen over.
  • The city of Edmonton, Alberta, is switching from Capital Power to Enmax as its power supplier.
  • A Colorado Senate committee is proposing rollbacks to the state’s renewable energy mandate, citing concerns that the additional renewable generation is rapidly increasing power prices in the state.
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