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Editor’s Choice Solar Projects of the Year: 6 projects that didn’t win, but we thought were cool

Editor’s Choice Solar Projects of the Year: 6 projects that didn’t win, but we thought were cool

November 8, 2017 at 11:10 am 0 comments

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 0 comments

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 0 comments

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

Solar Builder Project of the Year Winner: Roadrunner Food Bank

Solar Builder Project of the Year Winner: Roadrunner Food Bank

November 7, 2017 at 8:00 am 0 comments

Solar energy is superior to other generating resources not just because of what it provides but because of what it can save. Deployed in the right situation, energy costs go down, CO2 emissions are removed from the atmosphere and maybe a few other nonrenewable resources get to stay put underRead More