Projects & Contracts – Page 512

Coast Guard Becomes More Energy-Efficient

Posted by SI Staff on June 21, 2007

Morris Township, N.J.-based Honeywell International has announced the company will upgrade its building systems and cut energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions at nine U.S. Coast Guard locations across California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington. The improvements, which include solar-powered utility [Read More]

Sharp’s Modules Used For Google’s New Solar System

Posted by SI Staff on June 19, 2007

Sharp's Solar Energy Solutions Group, a unit of Sharp Electronics Corp., recently provided solar modules for Google's corporate headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. In addition to roof-mounted arrays, the system features a new structure that encompasses two carports under which [Read More]

Caltrans’ Solar PV System Is Complete

Posted by SI Staff on June 19, 2007

Stockton, Calif.-based Caltrans, which manages more than 45,000 miles of California's highway and freeway lanes, has unveiled a 251 kW photovoltaic (PV) system at Caltrans District 10 in Stockton. The PV installation was built under a power purchase agreement with [Read More]

Copeland Creek Reopens With Solar Energy Systems

Posted by SI Staff on June 19, 2007

Copeland Creek Affordable Senior Apartment Homes, Rohnert Park, Calif., has reopened its doors with newly remodeled facilities and environmentally friendly solar energy systems installed by Berkeley, Calif.-based Sun Light and Power. The multifamily affordable housing complex features solar photovoltaic systems [Read More]

CT Town Dedicates New PV System

Posted by SI Staff on June 15, 2007

The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF) recently hosted a dedication ceremony to unveil a 4 kW solar photovoltaic (PV) system installed at Keefe Community Center in Hamden, Conn. The town of Hamden earned this solar PV system through the Connecticut [Read More]

Solar Electric System Announced For Cleveland Baseball Stadium

Posted by SI Staff on June 15, 2007

Major League Baseball's Cleveland Indians and Green Energy Ohio, a nonprofit environmental policy organization, have announced plans to install a new solar electric system at Jacobs Field – the first American League ballpark to go solar. The solar installation will [Read More]

SolarCraft Completes Solar Electric System At CA Winery

Posted by SI Staff on June 14, 2007

SolarCraft, a Novato, Calif.-based solar energy contractor and retailer, has completed the design and installation of a 33 kW solar electric system for Dutcher Crossing in Healdsburg, Calif. The project, which includes the winery building and Estate House on the [Read More]

Largest Solar Power Project In Texas Planned For San Antonio

Posted by SI Staff on June 12, 2007

CPS Energy and Silver Ventures have announced plans to install the largest solar installation in Texas at the site of the historic Pearl Brewery in San Antonio. The $1.35 million project will feature a 200 kW array of solar panels [Read More]

Akeena Completes Military Solar Power Installation In CA

Posted by SI Staff on June 11, 2007

Akeena Solar, based in Los Gatos, Calif., has completed a 300 kW solar power project at the Air National Guard Armory in Fresno, Calif. According to the company, Akeena installed 566 solar panels to generate the power, which equals the [Read More]

Acciona Solar Power’s Solar Plant Is Commenced

Posted by SI Staff on June 08, 2007

Acciona Solar Power, a developer of solar thermal technologies, has announced that its Nevada Solar One project – one of the largest solar power plants worldwide – has begun supplying power to the Nevada Power grid. Built by Acciona Solar [Read More]