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Up-Close Look: Bluestem and Burt County Solar-Plus-Storage Project

Up-Close Look: Bluestem and Burt County Solar-Plus-Storage Project

With one of the first Tesla Megapack battery storage systems in the Midwest, Burt County Public Power District has become a leader in distributed renewable energy in the region. The solar-plus-storage project, owned and operated by Bluestem, went online in June and is directly interconnected to BCPPD’s distribution system. Check out the video below to hear from Jon Dockhorn, General Manager of BCPPD, and from Boyd Jones Construction project superintendent Adam Schafersman.   View Post »

Bluestem Energy Solutions Announces Solar Project in Illinois

Omaha, Ne– Bluestem Energy Solutions has signed a power purchase agreement on a solar farm in Northwest Illinois. The distribution... View Post »
Bluestem Energy Solutions announces the first utility scale solar PV plus lithium-ion battery storage project to be built in tandem in the state of Nebraska!

Bluestem Energy Solutions announces the first utility scale solar PV plus lithium-ion battery storage project to be built in tandem in the state of Nebraska!

Burt County Public Power and Bluestem Energy Solutions agree to preliminary terms and price on a solar plus storage generation... View Post »

The Low Carbon Fuel Standard is here to stay. How are you preparing?

State legislators that have imposed cap-and-trade-style programs to curb greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector have created a competitive... View Post »

Edwardsville Intelligencer features Bluestem Partnership

Thank you to The Edwardsville Intelligencer for their article featuring the partnership between Bluestem and the Village of Maryville as... View Post »

Bluestem Research and Development Engineer, Srikanth Madala Presents White Paper at 2019 IEEE REPC

Bluestem is happy to share Research and Development Engineer, Srikanth Madala recently presented his white paper: “The Story of a... View Post »

Why, and How, Utilities Should Start to Manage Climate-Change Risk

The cost of extreme weather is already high, and the frequency and the cost to life and property of extreme... View Post »
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