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VOTE: 2015 Solar Builder Project of the Year Awards — Roof-mounted

VOTE: 2015 Solar Builder Project of the Year Awards — Roof-mounted

August 31, 2015 at 4:27 pm 2 comments

Bishop O’Dowd High School Oakland, Calif. Completed: Aug. 1, 2015 Size: 50.960 kW Bishop O’Dowd High School has a two-story classroom building facing southeast. The classrooms get very hot during the day when classes are in session. They want to reduce the heat to improve the learning experience of theRead More

Next-gen microinverters: Ramping up reliability, power, storage options

Next-gen microinverters: Ramping up reliability, power, storage options

August 25, 2015 at 9:00 am 3 comments

Don’t let the term microinverter fool you. Sure, they are scaled-down versions of conventional inverters and are usually connected to individual modules rather than a string, but the microinverters of today are capable of adding extra value for the right installation. Value in terms of price can be tricky. TheRead More

SolarCraft and Enphase Energy Help Liberty School Cut Energy Costs with Solar

SolarCraft and Enphase Energy Help Liberty School Cut Energy Costs with Solar

December 23, 2014 at 10:32 am Comments are Disabled

Novato and Sonoma-based SolarCraft has completed the construction of a 44.7 kW solar electric system at Liberty School in the rolling hills of West Petaluma, Calif. The installation of the solar photovoltaic array will reduce the school’s carbon footprint and save thousands of dollars in energy costs for years toRead More