Articles by: SB Staff

Sponsored: Top 5 ways to become 24 hours of sun on the new Fronius website

Sponsored: Top 5 ways to become 24 hours of sun on the new Fronius website

January 11, 2018 at 10:00 am 0 comments

Fronius USA redesigns their web presence to help connect people with 24 hours of sun, a vision of the future where 100% of our energy is made by renewable energy. Here are the top 5 new features of Fronius.com: Easy navigation: same bankable company, all new modern sleek design AllRead More

What will solar systems look like in 2020? Fronius makes predictions

What will solar systems look like in 2020? Fronius makes predictions

December 6, 2017 at 10:21 am 0 comments

In just a few years, we will flip the calendar to a new decade. However, in a rapidly evolving industry like solar, a few years can mean significant changes. So what will solar systems look like in 2020? Fronius has some bold predictions they’d like to share, as well as aRead More

Q&A: Does your solar business have the insurance coverage it needs?

Q&A: Does your solar business have the insurance coverage it needs?

November 21, 2017 at 8:00 am Comments are Disabled

With insurance (or the destruction of it) in the news so much lately, we figured we’d reach out to Christy Howley, solar program manager at ProSight Specialty Insurance, for some solar installation insurance advice. Recently, ProSight aligned with the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) and became theRead More

Editor’s Choice Solar Projects of the Year: 6 projects that stood out for innovation, problem-solving

Editor’s Choice Solar Projects of the Year: 6 projects that stood out for innovation, problem-solving

November 8, 2017 at 11:10 am Comments are Disabled

Innovation Urban Health Plan “Solar Wall” Bronx, N.Y. | 37 kW What to do in a crowded city with little to no roof space to add solar. Why not try something completely different? New York City solar installation leader Quixotic Systems designed an innovative solar solution in the heart ofRead More

Solar Builder Project of the Year C&I: Worcester Greenwood Landfill

Solar Builder Project of the Year C&I: Worcester Greenwood Landfill

November 8, 2017 at 10:49 am Comments are Disabled

How’s this for timing: Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt made headlines, as we were writing this, for proudly proclaiming that he would get rid of the tax credits for the solar industry. Let that marinate as we tout the virtues of our Commercial & Industrial Project of the YearRead More

Solar Builder Project of the Year Utility-Scale: Lamesa Solar Facility

Solar Builder Project of the Year Utility-Scale: Lamesa Solar Facility

November 8, 2017 at 10:39 am Comments are Disabled

Sure, utility solar projects don’t quite strum the heart strings like solar installs that support the work of food banks or schools. Their size and scale inspire awe but not “awwwww.” But these energy-generating behemoths are booming right now, and they play a huge role in driving the conversation forRead More

SEIA: Massachusetts net metering cap stalls $78 million in potential solar projects

SEIA: Massachusetts net metering cap stalls $78 million in potential solar projects

October 10, 2017 at 9:26 am Comments are Disabled

More than $78 million in solar projects are on hold in Massachusetts, according to new analysis from the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). SEIA and Massachusetts partner organizations convened at the State Capitol on Oct. 3 to testify in support of two bills that would raise the net metering caps. TheRead More

Project of the Year 2017 voting: Commercial & Industrial category

Project of the Year 2017 voting: Commercial & Industrial category

September 10, 2017 at 3:00 pm Comments are Disabled

California Department of Franchise Tax Board Sacramento, Calif.  |   3.6 MW The Franchise Tax Board complex is one of the largest business campuses in northern California, which makes this the state’s largest carport installation (10,400 PV panels), covering 1,276 employee parking spaces, spanning over 622,000 sq ft! Baja’s specializationRead More

Meet SunLink’s first chief operating officer

Meet SunLink’s first chief operating officer

August 14, 2017 at 2:44 pm Comments are Disabled

SunLink‘s growth continues with the appointment of its first chief operating officer, Martin Lynch. In his new role as COO, Lynch brings more than 30 years’ experience across hardware and software engineering, operations, finance, product strategy and talent development to scale and optimize SunLink’s overall operations amidst the company’s rapidRead More

Enphase Energy CEO steps down as board searches for successor

Enphase Energy CEO steps down as board searches for successor

August 9, 2017 at 3:34 pm Comments are Disabled

Enphase Energy announced today that after more than 10 years at the helm of the company, Paul Nahi is stepping down as President and CEO. He will continue to assist Enphase as it transitions to a new leader. The Company’s Board of Directors has begun a search for a replacementRead More