2017-06-22

BlueRock Solar to Build New York’s Largest Community Solar Project

BlueRock Solar, an affiliate of BlueRock Energy, the total energy solutions provider of utility products and services, announced plans for a community solar project just outside Buffalo, NY in Grand Island. On Monday, the town board voted unanimously to approve the p.. more
2017-06-19

Standard Solar Installs 2.1MW Solar Array for Delaware Technical Community College

Standard Solar, Inc., in a partnership with Urban Grid, announced the completion of the second phase of a 2.1MW, two-phased solar project for Delaware Technical Community College (Delaware Tech). The final phase features a 449kW carpor.. more
2017-04-14

ForeFront Power to Develop 7.5MW of Solar for Campuses in California

ForeFront Power and State Center Community College District (SCCCD) in California announce the development of 7.5MW of solar canopy systems across five campuses in Fresno, Clovis, Madera, and Reedley. This solar portfolio will su.. more
2017-04-13

SunPower Supports Martha’s Vineyard Home to Go Carbon Neutrality

At just nine miles wide and a marathon-run long (or 26 miles), roughly 16,000 people call Martha’s Vineyard home, but the population swells to 100,000 during the busiest summer months. On this island south of Cape Cod, local organizations .. more
2016-10-19

Airbnb and SolarCity Partner to Create Solar Sharing Community

Residential solar business can be further promoted – SolarCity, U.S.’s residential rooftop PV solution provider, announced to partner with Airbnb, the world's leading community-driven hospitality company, to power more homes wi.. more
2016-10-05

SoCore Energy to Build a 1.9MW Community PV Project in Texas

SoCore Energy announced today that construction has commenced on a 1.9MW ground-mounted solar project in Leakey, Texas for Bandera Electric Cooperative (BEC). SoCore worked to develop this project for BEC, which will provide the opportunity for its members to su.. more
2015-09-16

Community Solar Array Program Formed by Kyocera and Partners in Vermont

Kyocera Solar, Kendall Sustainable Infrastructure (KSI) and SunCommon coordinately formed a Community Solar Array (CSA) Program in Vermont for consumers to cost-effectively participate in solar. Approximately 50 projects averaging 200kW each will enable consum.. more

 

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