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23.10.2018: Enel Green Power España (EGPE), Spanish utility Endesa's renewable energy division, has started construction of three solar plants for an overall capacity of 126.6 MW in the municipality of Logrosán, near Cáceres, representing the company’s first solar plants in the Extremadura region. The three photovoltaic plants »Baylio«, «Dehesa de los Guadalupes« and »Furatena«, will involve a total investment of approximately 100 million euros and will each have an installed capacity of over 42 MW. The three solar plants, which will be comprised of around 372,000 PV modules, are slated to enter into service by the end of 2019. Once fully operational, they will be able to generate more than 240 GWh annually.
President Donald Trump nominated Bernard L. McNamee to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for the term ending June 30, 2020, to fill the vacancy resulting from Commissioner Robert Powelson's resignation in August, according to an Oct. 9 release from the agency. McNamee currently serves as the Executive Director of the U.S. Energy Department's Office of Policy and was instrumental in designing Energy Secretary Rick Perry's controversial plan to prop up the country's coal and nuclear plants. The nomination would restore the Republican majority among FERC Commissioners at a time when the commission is considering major dockets including a review of the 1999 gas pipeline policy, grid resiliency, and state policy priorities.The U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources will consider the nomination at the full committee hearing scheduled for Oct. 16.
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