NASA's Glenn Research Center reaches a major milestone in testing an advanced solar array that will enable NASA's asteroid initiative, journeys to Mars, and more. NASA officials will visit the research center's Plum Brook Station on Wednesday, March 12, to see the system being tested there.
Duke Energy Renewables acquires two solar projects from Infigen Energy, adding 40 MW to its California portfolio. When the projects are completed, the company will own and operate more than 65 MW of solar power in the state.
Intersolar North America plans its 2014 exhibition and conference to better educate solar professionals on the latest market developments, both upstream and downstream, that are fueling the continued growth of the U.S. solar industry. A Summit Series is also planned, starting with a New Jersey event focused on East Coast developments.
Affirmed Housing Group announces the opening of Arbor Green Apartments. The affordable-housing community features rooftop solar PV that's expected to provide nearly 100% of the energy-efficient building's power needs.
Baker Electric, Inc. and Baker Electric Solar announce that they have ranked #14 and #31 respectively on the San Diego Business Journal’s 2014 Largest Organizations Headquartered in North County list. The ranking is based on the number of local full-time employees.
PV Guru installs a 120kW PV solar system for Gallop Corporation, offsetting 95% of its current usage. The installation uses the latest aerodynamic mounting technology.
THiNKnrg installs one of the largest solar rooftop arrays in Palo Alto at the Oshman Family JCC using Trina Solar's Trinasmart Modules. The 397.5 kW solar installation is expected to save the JCC over $1.5 million in the next 20 years, while significantly reducing its carbon footprint.
CPUC Commissioner Michael Peevey proposes a 20-year grandfathering period for net metering customers in California. The proposal, which will be voted on by the end of March, is based on system life expectancy and standard lease terms.
SolarMax Technology Inc. opens a new office in San Diego, an excellent area for solar. The solar installer also announces the acquisition of ActOne LED.
As Los Angeles homeowners complain about long wait times to go solar, a new study declares the city's feed-in tariff program a resounding success. The study also identifies areas for improvement as the program moves forward.
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