Sol installs solar LED lighting along trails in communities around the country. The latest installation is at the Maria Ygnacia Creek Trail in Goleta, California.
Colored Solar announces their first installation of solar plus storage at a home in Malibu, California. The installation combines bank of lithium ferrophosphate OES2 batteries with Tile Red Colored Solar panels.
Solectria Renewables announces its SGI 300 inverter was chosen for a solar system at the Mazda R&D Center in Irvine, California. The 317 kW system is expected to generate more than 489,684 kWh of solar power annually.
The University of Arizona and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory collaborate on a study to better understand what motivates homeowners to go solar. The study, part of the DOE SunShot Initiative, will use surveys and computer modeling to examine how homeowners make decisions about going solar.
RGS Energy and SEC SUSD Solar One announce they're installing solar at 22 sites within the Stockton Unified School District in California. The solar PV projects will generate up to 6.7 MW of clean solar power for schools and facilities in the district, saving an estimated $900,000 in the first year alone.
Equal Earth announces it has acquired First National Solar, a solar and LED lighting project originator operating in Hawaii, California, Colorado, Guam, and Fiji.
Energy products and services provider Constellation announces construction of a 976 kW DC solar system for Palmdale, California. The city estimates that it will save more than $40,000 in electricity costs during the first year of the system's operation.
Third-party lead generation companies increasingly pop up in residential solar, connecting homeowners to solar installers. Can this help drive down soft costs in the U.S.?
Dominion announces it's acquiring six California solar development projects from Recurrent Energy. The combined output of the projects is expected to be 139 MW.
Solar storage solutions of all sizes appear around the country. Storage, the holy grail of widespread solar deployment, is poised to become big.
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