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New high-density EcoFoot5D 5-Degree Racking System from Ecolibrium delivers 18.4 percent more power than 10-degree systems, utilizing a small footprint and densely packed inter row spacing.

New high-density, five-degree solar racking system available from Ecolibrium Solar

July 17, 2017 at 11:02 am 0 comments

Ecolibrium Solar just announced its new EcoFoot5D High Density 5-Degree Racking System. Built on the well-known EcoFoot Modular Platform, the EcoFoot5D combines a small 7-in. by 16.7-in.  roof-friendly modular base and dense 9.9-in. inter-row spacing. The result is a tightly packed array that delivers 18.4 percent more power than 10-degreeRead More

Solar projects have so much potential when viewed as a collective bundle, like this group of 30 rooftop arrays Standard Solar is installing for the Washington, D.C., Department of General Services that combine for a total of 7 MW (pictured here).

Urban Planning: Commercial rooftops are biggest void, opportunity in solar

June 19, 2017 at 12:29 pm 0 comments

Commercial rooftops offer a ton of potential job opportunities for solar installers and developers going forward. Analysts at the Energy Department’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) estimate a technical potential of 1,118 GW of capacity and 1,432 TWh of annual energy generation, equivalent to 39 percent of the nation’s electricityRead More

Solar Builder Project of The Year Winner: Fort Madison Middle School

Solar Builder Project of The Year Winner: Fort Madison Middle School

November 7, 2016 at 8:51 am 2 comments

Fort Madison Middle School Category: Roof-Mount Fort Madison, Iowa | 300 kW The landmark 1922 Fort Madison Middle School nearly wound up in an Iowa landfill, but thanks to the vision of developer Todd Schneider, and thanks to state-administered funding from the federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), the apartmentRead More

Ecolibrium Solar adds logistics help from Atomic Transport

Ecolibrium Solar adds logistics help from Atomic Transport

September 2, 2015 at 4:38 pm Comments are Disabled

Atomic Transport and Ecolibrium Solar are excited to announce their two-year commitment to doing business together. Throughout the past year, Atomic Transport has proven to Ecolibrium Solar that this will be a worthwhile partnership by continuing to delivery top-notch transportation solutions. Logan Stillwell, the customer specialist at Atomic working withRead More

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