Questions or comments?
Interest Growing in Commercial and Community Microgrids
The county's third solar-power installation is under way. At their Tuesday evening meeting, Commissioners Ron Fithian, William Pickrum and Billy Short voted to sign the agreements necessary to get an 800-kilowatt solar array set up along Fish Hatchery Road.
A solar company’s most recent expansion of its Beltsville facility reflects a Maryland solar industry that’s still robust, business leaders say.
Solar panels are one of the most recognizable symbols of renewable energy. Arrays can serve as a form of green advertising and a source of pride for those who install them on their buildings. But what happens when solar installations and historical aesthetics collide?
Schools hold our youngsters’ futures in their hands. Standard Solar partners with educational institutions and takes that responsibility one step further, by showing students the advantages of solar energy.
The roster of Kent lawmakers and public officials huddled under a tent at the new Worton Solar Field on Tuesday to dedicate a “first” in Maryland’s renewable energy portfolio, which will produce the energy needs of three school facilities, the Kent County Community Center, and the Kent County Department of Public Works building on Morgnec Road.
Today, the Kent County Commissioners, the Superintendent of the Kent County Board of Education, other elected officials and community stakeholders dedicated the largest aggregate, net-metered solar array on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Many residents today are looking for freedom from mounting electric bills and a way to help the environment. With Standard Solar, they can cut their electric expenses to a fraction of what they once were and reduce their carbon footprint significantly.
On a sun-parched, wind-swept mesa about two miles south of the Colorado border, electrician Todd Parsons hides beneath the hood of his gray sweatshirt to escape the gale-force gusts Friday afternoon.
A 118kW solar parking deck installation at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia (US) is the highly visible part of a larger install that is the largest solar PV system in the state of Virginia.
The solar energy industry is the fastest growing energy technology in the United States today. The lapse of the 1603 Program has a huge impact on small businesses and entrepreneurs – impacting hiring workers and starting new solar projects.