Tag: Energy Storage

Redeux Energy’s Approach to Working with Landowners when Developing Utility-Scale Solar and Battery Energy Storage Projects

By Garrett Gill, Vice President, Land, Redeux Energy  Garrett Gill is an experienced renewable energy and utility professional with over 25 years of expertise in real estate management, contracting, and title research.   Critical competencies for utility-scale renewable energy project development include identification of high-quality land, due diligence, landowner relationship development, and execution of site control agreements – each early and vital steps for success in the project…

Utility-Scale Solar & Storage Development Engineering and Technical Services at Redeux

By Milap Shah, Vice President, Engineering, Redeux Energy Milap Shah is an experienced renewable energy and utility professional with over 25 years of expertise in engineering. When developing, planning, and constructing high-quality, utility-scale, solar and energy storage projects, engineering is certainly a critical competency. But, too often, it’s not a central focus for early-stage development and due diligence, making project execution much more difficult down the…

Battery Storage Rules Matter: Why Policy is Slowing Utility Scale Development

By Steve Drew, Vice President, Market Strategy When we turn on the lights every morning, complex layers of policy and technology make this simple process possible. Our ability to power our communities depends on the operations of energy markets across the country – they ensure that the supply of energy meets forecasted demand in the most economic and reliable manner. Policy sets the rules for North American…