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Interest Growing in Commercial and Community Microgrids
Maryland-based Standard Solar Inc. is constructing a rooftop solar array for the University Park Elementary School in Prince George’s County, Md. The project, scheduled for completion later this month, is a partnership between the Town of University Park and the county's public school system.
Standard Solar, a specialist in the full-service development, construction, integration, financing and installation of solar electric systems, in partnership with Solar Grid Storage, today announced the installation of a grid-interactive energy storage system co-located with a new photovoltaic (PV) array, creating one of the nation's first commercial scale micro-grids.
Things are looking sunny for University Park Elementary, which is set to become the first Prince George’s County public school to get a rooftop solar panel array, providing clean energy as well as educational opportunities for students
PV integrator Standard Solar is to install what is claimed to be one of the first commercial solar micro-grids in the United States.
Solar needs to reach a marketable price point before the Federal tax credit expires in 2016. While there’s debate about what that price point will be, I’m not really concerned with hitting a specific number.
Standard Solar has announced it has completed the installation of an 809.4 kW solar photovoltaic (PV) system at Fairlee Lagoons in Kent County, Maryland.
Becky Bickerton, director of sales for the Tourism Council of Frederick County, and council marketing manager Michelle Kershner gave a free workshop for representatives of local businesses on what their customers should know about the county’s tourism sites and trends on Tuesday at the Delaplaine Visual Arts Educational Center.
Schools around the country are finding their place in the sun. Fueled by a desire to save on utility bills, decrease their carbon footprint and give students a practical educational opportunity, districts are adding solar to their curricula.
Standard Solar Inc., of Rockville, a designer and installer of solar electric systems, said it has opened a new sales office in Tarrytown, N.Y., to support increased demand among commercial customers in New York and Connecticut.
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