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2019 Solar Builder Project of the Year Winners

2019 Solar Builder Project of the Year Winners

November 12, 2019 at 9:00 am 2 comments

Solar Builder Project of the Year submissions were sent in throughout the year by the solar community at-large — developers, EPCs, contractors and manufacturers — to highlight the year’s most outstanding solar sites. The Solar Builder editorial staff reviewed each entry and nominated our favorite 15 projects. From there, itRead More

2019 Large-Scale Solar Builder Project of the Year: Walmart Phase IV

2019 Large-Scale Solar Builder Project of the Year: Walmart Phase IV

November 12, 2019 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Walmart Phase IV New Jersey | 1.9 MW across five stores   The overhead photo of the Walmart Supercenter in Bayonne, N.J., may not be as breath-taking as the 100-MW utility-scale projects surrounded by flowing green hills normally pictured in this category, but we think this photo (and this portfolio)Read More

2016 Editor’s Choice Projects of the Year: Community Spirit

2016 Editor’s Choice Projects of the Year: Community Spirit

November 22, 2016 at 8:07 am 1 comment

We say it every year: When it comes to solar projects, we are all winners. We already announced the winners of our 2016 Project of the Year vote, but we at Solar Builder liked a bunch of the other submissions too. Here is the second in our series of Editor’sRead More

Let’s Get Wired: Five new wire management solutions to watch

Let’s Get Wired: Five new wire management solutions to watch

August 30, 2016 at 8:10 am Comments are Disabled

Utility-Grade Solar Snake Tray Solution The next generation of cable management for solar installations eliminates the need to trench cables. Snake Tray’s hand-bendable cable trays with integrated anchor points require no fasteners to attach to the Z or C purlin of any racking system. Different models can manage string cables,Read More

2016 Solar Mounting/Racking Guide: Product Showcase

2016 Solar Mounting/Racking Guide: Product Showcase

June 6, 2016 at 10:30 am 5 comments

Most of you may have learned that the earth is not flat. Which is too bad, really. If it was flat, we’d just place PV panels all over it and call it a day. Our Mounting Guide would certainly be a lot less interesting. But no, of course it isn’t flat.Read More

Problem Solvers: Solar site issues solved by the right mounting solution

Problem Solvers: Solar site issues solved by the right mounting solution

May 10, 2016 at 8:10 am 5 comments

ASSA ABLOY Location: Berlin, Conn. Size: 1.3 MW International door and hardware manufacturer ASSA ABLOY had been making significant strides in environmental stewardship and was ready for its own clean energy installation. But there was a problem — the selected site had difficult topography, with slopes as steep as 20Read More

DCE Solar’s Contour DB racking selected for 1.38 MW installation

DCE Solar’s Contour DB racking selected for 1.38 MW installation

April 19, 2016 at 1:59 pm Comments are Disabled

After exceeding expectations on their first solar installation, ASSA ABLOY selected DCE Solar’s highly-adaptable Contour DB (Driven Beam) racking system for their second installation. The original project over-delivered in terms of ease of installation despite very uneven terrain, which normally would have had to be significantly graded to accommodate traditionalRead More

Case study: How DCE Solar’s Cap-Rack System helped a 4.9-MW multi-site project

Case study: How DCE Solar’s Cap-Rack System helped a 4.9-MW multi-site project

April 7, 2016 at 3:38 pm Comments are Disabled

Overview As the first of five landfill sites in the Meriden, Connecticut area planned for conversion to a solar field, excellent results in terms of budget, performance and environmental safety were a must. Greenskies Renewable Energy knew that there could be no compromise on quality or compliance with procedures forRead More

Case study: Solving commercial site challenges with adaptable ground-mount system

Case study: Solving commercial site challenges with adaptable ground-mount system

January 12, 2016 at 4:24 pm 2 comments

International door and hardware manufacturer ASSA ABLOY had been making significant strides in environmental stewardship and was ready for their own clean energy installation. But there was a problem – the selected site had difficult topography, with slopes as steep as 20% in some areas. The cost and time associatedRead More