Post Tagged with: "AllEarth Renewables"

The Ultimate SPI Showcase: Here’s what to see at Solar Power International 2017

The Ultimate SPI Showcase: Here’s what to see at Solar Power International 2017

September 1, 2017 at 10:14 am Comments are Disabled

Big leap for microinverters APsystems will unveil the YC600, a dual-module, smart grid and Rule 21 compliant microinverter at SPI in Las Vegas. A groundbreaking design in microinverter technology, the YC600 will offer the highest peak output power, faster transmission speed and more modules allowed per string than comparable microinverters.Read More

Organic farm in Maine adds four solar trackers via AllEarth Renewables

Organic farm in Maine adds four solar trackers via AllEarth Renewables

February 17, 2017 at 1:21 pm Comments are Disabled

The 25-kW solar project will help offset the electrical bills of Goranson Farm, a third-generation, family-owned organic farm. The array is anticipated to produce 47,000 kWh per year, and offset nearly 100% of the farm’s energy needs. The farm, owned and operated by Jan Goranson, her husband Rob Johanson, andRead More

AllEarth Solar Trackers are producing power with three 7.3 kW solar array trackers for Grenada Elementary.

Three solar trackers (22-kW) installed at California elementary school

August 18, 2016 at 10:00 am Comments are Disabled

Three state-of-the-art American made solar trackers are now powering the Grenada Elementary School in Grenada, Calif., thanks to Sharpe Energy Solutions, based in Ashland, Ore. Sharpe is an engineering, procurement, and project management firm that has performed more than 140 energy audits for schools in the Oregon and Northern California area in theRead More

Photo credit: Gary Hall.

Solar trackers power metal refinishing company Sungen Circle Finishing

June 16, 2016 at 10:00 am Comments are Disabled

Twenty-two solar trackers are now powering metalwork company Sungen Circle Finishing in Newburyport, Mass. The 186-kW solar project will help offset more than 65 percent of the electrical needs of the local metal refinishing company. Originally the company installed a fixed ground mounted system in 2010 that was damaged by 6Read More

Vermont Technical College adds 100 AllEarth Renewable trackers

Vermont Technical College adds 100 AllEarth Renewable trackers

May 18, 2016 at 2:00 pm Comments are Disabled

As we noted in a recent issue of Solar Builder, the education sector is primed for solar projects. Here is the latest to cross our news desk: Vermont Technical College has flipped the switch on a new solar farm that is projected to produce nearly 1 million kWh of clean,Read More

AllEarth Renewables to donate portion of sales to help fight discriminatory N.C. law

AllEarth Renewables to donate portion of sales to help fight discriminatory N.C. law

April 27, 2016 at 12:30 pm Comments are Disabled

Kudos to AllEarth Renewables, which will be donating a portion of every tracker sale in North Carolina to the repeal effort of HB 2, the state’s new discriminatory law. HB 2 overturned protections for LGBT people and sanctioned discrimination across North Carolina. Until the discriminatory law is repealed, AllEarth will donateRead More

Vermont Smoke & Cure adds third solar tracker project to supply energy needs

Vermont Smoke & Cure adds third solar tracker project to supply energy needs

April 1, 2016 at 1:30 pm Comments are Disabled

Vermont Smoke & Cure, maker of delicious smoked meats and meat snacks since 1962, is teaming up again with AllEarth Renewables of Williston, Vt., to source local renewable solar to power the company’s electrical needs. With the addition of a third solar project for the Vermont company, now nearly two-thirds ofRead More

The value of residential solar trackers for installers and customers

The value of residential solar trackers for installers and customers

March 14, 2016 at 12:00 pm 2 comments

Residential trackers aren’t for every customer, but they are far from a novelty, and having them among your menu of sellable system options could expand your pool of available jobs. Like much of the solar industry, technology in this area has improved. The first such systems on the market toRead More

Maine school turns to solar for power and science education

Maine school turns to solar for power and science education

January 5, 2016 at 4:24 pm 3 comments

Education and sustainability go hand-in-hand, as one of our Project of the Winners from 2015 can testify. The Middle School of the Kennebunks in southern Maine believes this as well, recently installing a 6-kW solar system from AllEarth Renewables. This will help offset the electrical bills of Kennebunks public middle school,Read More

Vermont Technical College to install 500-kW solar farm

Vermont Technical College to install 500-kW solar farm

December 17, 2015 at 4:00 pm 1 comment

Vermont Technical College will further its use of renewable energy and help reduce its operating costs while providing the institution new educational opportunities with the installation of a 500-kW solar farm. This month, the 500-kW project was awarded its Certificate of Public Good by the Vermont Public Service Board, green-lightingRead More