Projects & Contracts – Page 3

Solar Savings Will Help Hawaii Foodbank Feed More Hungry Families

Posted by Joseph Bebon on March 08, 2017

The Hawaii Foodbank and REC Solar have celebrated the installation of a new solar array at the nonprofit’s Oahu warehouse. REC Solar says the 296.7 kW solar system is estimated to save the Hawaii Foodbank about 463,742 kWh of energy in [Read More]

1 MW Community Solar Farm Goes Online In Southeastern Mass.

Posted by Joseph Bebon on March 08, 2017

IGS Solar, a turnkey commercial and residential solar provider, together with Melink Solar Inc., a provider of energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions, recently completed a 1 MW community solar project in Rochester, Mass. IGS Solar says half of the [Read More]

Solar Helps Boys & Girls Clubs Of San Dieguito ‘Lead By Example’

Posted by Joseph Bebon on March 07, 2017

Baker Electric Solar, a full-service solar company, recently designed and installed a 164 kW solar system for the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito’s (BGCSD) Solana Beach, Calif., location. Over the first year, the nonprofit is expected to see [Read More]

East Windsor Township Flips Switch On Municipal Solar Project

Posted by Joseph Bebon on March 06, 2017

Officials in East Windsor Township, N.J., recently completed a new solar project at the township’s police/court building. According to a press release, the 448 kW solar array is located to the rear of the municipal building on land donated to [Read More]

Construction Starts On Solar Carports At Michigan State University

Posted by Joseph Bebon on March 06, 2017

Construction has begun on a new solar project at Michigan State University (MSU). According to MSU, the project could save the university $10 million over 25 years and help keep tuition costs in check. The project entails the installation of [Read More]

Nonprofit Nature’s Classroom Adds Sixth Solar Array

Posted by Joseph Bebon on March 02, 2017

New England Clean Energy has completed the installation of a 68 kW, 200-panel solar energy system at nonprofit environmental education center Nature’s Classroom, marking the fifth project the two organizations have collaborated on at the center’s location in Charlton, Mass. [Read More]

Urban Grid Completes Solar For Cinemark Movie Theater

Posted by Joseph Bebon on March 02, 2017

Maryland-based Urban Grid has completed a 655 kW solar project for a Cinemark movie theater at the Cooper Towne Center in Somerdale, N.J. Urban Grid secured a lease with National Realty & Development Corp., the building owner, for the roof [Read More]

FPL Expects New Projects To Be ‘Lowest-Cost Solar Ever Built In Florida’

Posted by Joseph Bebon on March 02, 2017

Not long after Florida Power & Light Co. (FPL) unveiled plans to double its short-term commitment to build new solar plants, the utility has announced the names and locations of the eight universal solar projects it will build in Florida [Read More]

Duke Energy Indiana’s First Solar Project Goes Online

Posted by Joseph Bebon on February 28, 2017

Duke Energy Indiana says its first large-scale solar power plant is now in commercial service and sending clean, renewable energy to customers throughout the utility’s 69-county service territory. The plant, which can generate as much as 17 MW of alternating-current [Read More]

Mass. Schools, Town To Benefit From Brownfield Solar

Posted by Joseph Bebon on February 27, 2017

Renewable energy company Soltage LLC and independent power producer Tenaska have completed a 3.68 MW ground-mounted solar project in Billerica, Mass. According to the companies, the project is located on a brownfield site and will generate 4,445 MWh of clean [Read More]