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Luxury brand CHANEL commits $35 million to low-income solar projects with Sunrun

Luxury brand CHANEL commits $35 million to low-income solar projects with Sunrun

September 23, 2020 at 1:17 pm 0 comments

In innovative renewable investment news, CHANEL (yes, that CHANEL) just committed $35 million toward solar energy projects for low-income multifamily households with Sunrun Inc. — a partnership will expand access to solar for nearly 30,000 low-income residents (30 MW) across California, offering families on average up to $40 to $50 aRead More

Amazon HQ2, Arlington County to both purchase power from this solar site in Virginia

Amazon HQ2, Arlington County to both purchase power from this solar site in Virginia

January 29, 2020 at 11:41 am Comments are Disabled

Here’s a cool deal: Pittsylvania County, Virginia, will be the home of a new 120-MW solar farm that will support both Amazon’s massive HQ2 and accompanying operations in state as well the government operations of nearby Arlington County. Dominion Energy is expected to begin construction in 2020 with completion planned forRead More

SunPower names CFO for Maxeon, plans to eliminate 3 percent of its workforce

SunPower names CFO for Maxeon, plans to eliminate 3 percent of its workforce

January 6, 2020 at 4:45 pm Comments are Disabled

SunPower is kicking off 2020 with announcements and filings connected to its split into two independent (but aligned) publicly-traded companies in November last year – SunPower and Maxeon Solar Technologies, the latter being the manufacturer of its solar panels. “SunPower Corp is exiting from the manufacturing business to strengthen its focusRead More

Sol Systems, Under Armour, and Greenbacker, along with government officials cut the ceremonial ribbon to celebrate the 3 MW solar project in Capitol Heights, MD

Under Armour goes solar via 3-MW Sol Systems, Greenback project

December 3, 2019 at 9:44 am Comments are Disabled

Under Armour joins the ranks of corporations prioritizing renewable energy and sustainability goals. Increasingly, top U.S. corporations like Under Armour are choosing solar to power their operations, save on electricity, and reduce their carbon emissions. In fact, corporations drove nearly 25% of the total amount of solar energy capacity thatRead More