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    The Year of the Solar Village

    The Villages of Brockport, Lima, and Sodus Point have made the switch to solar energy. Ontario, NY – The Greater Rochester area felt the impacts of the national solar energy surge in 2019 in several different ways, especially with local villages. The Villages of Brockport, Lima, and Sodus Point all made the switch to solar […] The post The Year of the Solar Village appeared first on GreenSpark.
    Source GreenSpark Solar |March 4, 2020 |

      S.E.E. Sustainability in 2020: Economy

      Economy makes up the second supporting pillar for sustainability. Similar to how social sustainability is required for a balanced and healthy community, economic sustainability, or the responsible and efficient use of resources to produce profit, is also needed for the triple bottom line to progress. Generated profit allows a community or business to reinvest in... View Article The post S.E.E. Sustainability in 2020: Economy appeared first on Arch Electric.
      Source Arch Electric |March 4, 2020 |

        Meet the Women Paving New Roads to Construction

        We are excited to join women across the country and the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) in celebrating Women in Construction Week. From March 1-7, we will highlight the stories and achievements of several women at Southern Energy Management as well as the women we partner with. Check back for new profiles each […] Source
        Source Southern Energy Management |March 1, 2020 |

          Meet the Women Paving New Roads to Construction in North Carolina

          We are excited to join women across the country and the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) in celebrating Women in Construction Week. From March 1-7, we will highlight the stories and achievements of several women at Southern Energy Management as well as the women we partner with. Check back for new profiles each […] Source
          Source Southern Energy |March 1, 2020 |

            What is Behind the Dramatic Shift in NJ Solar Incentives?

            By no means could the New Jersey Solar Energy Market ever be called predictable. From the time the solar renewable energy certificate (SREC)  was introduced back in 2004, through this past year, the New Jersey Solar Market jumped from having installed 4.34 MW annually to 2,908.2 MW in 2019. Given the impressive 15 years of solar... Read more »
            Source Geoscape Solar |February 29, 2020 |

              Partner Profile: EagleView Design Tool Helps Ipsun Save Customers Time and Money

              Here at Ipsun we have key partnerships that make it possible for us to provide excellent service, accuracy and value. EagleView is a perfect example. We use EagleView's design tool, Inform Essentials+, to create a perfect design from the start so you won't experience changes to your design and your installation will go faster. Our co-founder, Joe Marhamati sat down with EagleView recently to talk about how Essentials+ has helped us in our design process. 
              Source Ipsun Solar |February 28, 2020 |

                Partner Profile: EagleView Design Tool Helps Ipsun Save Customers Time and Money

                Here at Ipsun we have key partnerships that make it possible for us to provide excellent service, accuracy and value. EagleView is a perfect example. We use EagleView's design tool, Inform Essentials+, to create a perfect design from the start so you won't experience changes to your design and your installation will go faster. Our co-founder, Joe Marhamati sat down with EagleView recently to talk about how Essentials+ has helped us in our design process. 
                Source Ipsun Solar |February 28, 2020 |

                  Village of Sodus Point

                  Village of Sodus Point Project size: 270 kW Completed: 2019 The Village of Sodus Point joined a solar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) to save the municipality more than $150,000 over the 20-year term. The 674 kW community solar farm is owned by Kendall Sustainable Infrastructure. The Village of Sodus PPA includes 270 kW of solar […] The post Village of Sodus Point appeared first on GreenSpark.
                  Source GreenSpark Solar |February 27, 2020 |

                    Village of Lima

                    Village of Lima Project size: 447.12 kW Completed: 2019 The Village of Lima partnered with GreenSpark solar for their 447.12 kW system. The project is owned by Kendall Sustainable Infrastructure, with the Village of Lima entering a 25-year solar power purchase agreement (PPA). The PPA is expected to save the Village more than $300,000 over […] The post Village of Lima appeared first on GreenSpark.
                    Source GreenSpark Solar |February 27, 2020 |

                      Why The Best Time To Go Solar is NOW

                      Sunshine, Sustainability, and Savings Solar Energy is a great way to save on your electric bill year-round! GreenSpark encourages you to go green with this clean energy source any time of year, but a Spring install allows you to take advantage of the most sun hours possible in the year. In New York your solar […] The post Why The Best Time To Go Solar is NOW appeared first on GreenSpark.
                      Source GreenSpark Solar |February 27, 2020 |

                        Packaging Commercial and Industrial Solar and Retro-commissioning

                        For many executives in the commercial and industrial sectors, in order for a capital project to be approved a target financial metric needs to be met. Whether it be basic economic measures or an operational related metric such as procuring a lower utility rate or reducing operating costs, many organizations need to see an impact […]
                        Source Envinity |February 27, 2020 |

                          Another Solar Company Goes Bankrupt- Real Goods Solar.

                          From “hippies in the woods” to a pre-SolarCity IPO, Real Goods Solar was a pioneer in the U.S. industry. It quietly filed for bankruptcy in January. There have been several rounds of solar panel manufacturers and install companies that have gone bankrupt over the years, often leaving customers out in the cold. The failures are not just a national problem. Continue Reading The post Another Solar Company Goes Bankrupt- Real Goods Solar. appeared first on Solarponics.
                          Source Solarponics |February 26, 2020 |

                            Solar Schools – Planting Seeds of Solar Education

                            Back in the early 2000s, he was sometimes referred to the “the Johnny Appleseed of solar”. Planting the seeds of solar awareness and education across the state of Ohio, one kilowatt at a time, Glen Kizer was a leader in getting solar planted around the state in the first decade of this century. Through his […] The post Solar Schools – Planting Seeds of Solar Education appeared first on Third Sun Solar.
                            Source Third Sun Solar |February 26, 2020 |
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