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Thin-film Solar PV Destined for Victorville, California City Hall

Thin-film Solar PV Destined for Victorville, California City Hall

London, UK [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) specialists Solar Integrated Technologies were contracted by Rogers-Quinn (RQ) Construction to provide a solar roofing solution for the new City Hall building in Victorville, California. Solar Integrated will be installing a 100 kW turn-key BIPV roofing solution that produces clean and secure power while protecting the building’s interior and improving the overall efficiency […]
3 MW Solar Installation Begins in PA

3 MW Solar Installation Begins in PA

One segment of the US solar market that hasn't been growing as fast as the residential and utility-scale markets is the commercial market, that is, installations ranging from 1 MW to 10 MW in size that are usually installed on commercial businesses. A groundbreaking today is bucking that trend.
San Diego Mayoral Candidate Unveils Solar Plan

San Diego Mayoral Candidate Unveils Solar Plan

These days it doesn't seem you can go wrong supporting solar energy in California. Angling for San Diego's Mayoral seat, San Diego Councilmember Donna Frye recently unveiled plans to make her city a new hub for solar energy developments and businesses.
RWE Schott Solar Project for Coast Guard Facility

RWE Schott Solar Project for Coast Guard Facility

After a successful run with their solar-powered navigation buoys, the U.S. Coast Guard brought ashore the same renewable energy technology to power their training center in Petaluma California.
Akeena Completes Solar Project for Vineyard

Akeena Completes Solar Project for Vineyard

Cooper-Garrod Vineyards officially commissioned its solar power system at a recent ceremony timed for the first day of spring. Saratoga Mayor Kathleen King officiated, and was joined by over 100 local dignitaries, visitors, wine aficionados and equestrians.
Solar BIPV pulls into Brooklyn Train Station

Solar BIPV pulls into Brooklyn Train Station

The newly reconstructed Stillwell Avenue subway station in Brooklyn has become the city's first solar-powered train terminal, and one of the most environmentally friendly mass transportation sites ever built in the United States. It's also among the more prominent displays of how solar photovoltaic (PV) power can be architecturally integrated into a large structure.
Listen Up: New Solar Products for 2015

Listen Up: New Solar Products for 2015

Innovation in the solar industry continues -- seemingly at an accelerated pace. At Solar Power International in October a plethora of new solar products and services have been introduced, all striving to reduce total installation costs. I'm confident this trend will continue as R&D efforts by both large and small companies bear fruit. As long as supply shortages and tariffs don't disrupt our cost structure, these innovations will lead to lower installed costs in 2015 and beyond.
How To Properly Load And Prepare A Shipping Container

How To Properly Load And Prepare A Shipping Container

Arranging for a shipping container is easy.  Quality companies offer both new and used standard and high cube shipping containers. Depending on how large your load is, you can choose from 20 foot or 40 foot standard containers, high cube, or quality open top shipping containers, ideal for shipping vehicles or watercraft along with other dry cargo. For best results, […]
Climate Change and Solar Solutions: A Hurricane Sandy (Ongoing) Experience

Climate Change and Solar Solutions: A Hurricane Sandy (Ongoing) Experience

Raina Russo drives through the ravaged streets of her coastal neighborhood in New York, dodging downed trees and aware of the constant sirens that indicate emergency workers are responding to yet another fire. This is what she calls her "new normal" in her life post-Sandy.