We already know that Covid-19 is leading to project delays and layoffs across the clean energy economy. Today, I’m going to zero in on what’s happening with some of the country’s largest wind, solar and battery storage projects that were previously scheduled to be completed this year. I asked developers for updates. The companies that responded are reporting, at worst, small delays, which add up to no more than a few months of lost time. This is good news, signaling that while the economic disruption caused by the virus is great, major projects are still going forward. PacifiCorp, the utility developing the 503-megawatt TB Flats wind farm in Wyoming, says it is dealing with a delay of several weeks getting electronic equipment. Spokeswoman Tiffany Erickson said the issue is “Covid-related,” part of a larger slowdown in getting parts […]