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SOO Green is a High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) merchant transmission project that aims to bring Midwest renewable resources to PJM
In California, residents at any, affordable or luxury, apartments can enjoy the benefit of solar powered electricity at their own apartment complex, without owning PV panels. This benefit is made possible by Virtual Net Metering (VNM). Although VNM is not a new thing, it has the potential to be the next big thing to expand solar on multi-tenant properties.
A multi-unit apartment complex in Buena Park has installed a 51 kW solar electric array on the roof of its tenant parking garage. SolSource Energy, which designed and installed the system, believes it to be the largest solar electric system in the city.
SunEdison announced one of the largest solar distributed generation programs ever conceived with Developers Diversified Realty, a Cleveland-based real estate investment trust (REIT) engaged in the development and management of shopping centers.
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition is widening access to the solar power market for people who rent their homes in a move to boost green power’s expansion in an election year.
Describing a building as ‘green’ makes a lot of people cringe. The word is overused. And what does it mean exactly? Serious efforts are underway to move away from the hype and offer a more specific analysis of a building’s energy performance. Think nutritional labels for food, except in kilowatt-hours (kWh) instead of calories. In fact, more than 50 national, […]
California has announced a major new set of initiatives and finalized two agency decisions that will bring increasing amounts of weatherization and solar benefits to low-income residents of affordable multifamily properties, which represent one-third of the state's low-income housing stock.
The built environment consumes 40 percent of all energy and produces 40 percent of all carbon emissions. Half of that energy is wasted due to process and equipment inefficiencies. Building owners and occupants are demanding better as social pressure drives interest in advanced technologies, sustainable operations and on-site renewable energy. Unfortunately, the energy value chain is not designed to deliver. […]
We might be past the point where solar can be labeled an “alternate energy source.” Even Chicago’s flagship McDonald’s has gone solar. These days, switching to solar in the Commercial Real Estate (CRE) industry is less fringe and more mainstream, with even smaller developers hopping on the green bandwagon.
Novato will soon have its first solar multi-tenant office building, offering eight businesses the benefits of going solar. Novato-based SolarCraft Services is designing and installing a 30 kW solar electric system for a 6600 square foot office space located at 205 San Marin Drive.