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Standard Solar to Install, Own and Operate Solar Arrays in Two Montgomery Parks
10/17/2017  |  

Rockville, Md.—October 16, 2017 — Standard Solar, a leading solar energy company, has been selected by Montgomery Parks, part of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), to construct, own and operate the 2.5 megawatt (MW) combined ground-mount arrays at South Germantown Recreational Park and Rock Creek Regional Park. Clicktotweet.


 

SU takes first big stride to carbon neutrality
10/04/2017  |  

 Just ten years after Dr. Janet Dudley-Eshbach signed the Presidents’ Climate Commitment, Salisbury University has taken a key step towards being carbon neutral.


 

SB Buzz Podcast: Standard Solar CEO talks trade case, Gaz Metro deal, new tech at SPI 2017
10/04/2017  |  

At Solar Power International 2017, we grabbed a few minutes of Standard Solar President and CEO Scott Wiater’s time (along with some beers) to chat about the general vibe at SPI this year. The solarcoaster makes sure that each and every SPI has its own weird vibe, but the contrast of the positive momentum in the industry with the looming Section 201 trade case decision made this one feel especially awkward. Scott and I delve into it, but also chat about Standard Solar’s growth under its new owner Gaz Métro, the challenges and opportunities he sees right now and also our (now irrelevant, but mostly correct) predictions for the Browns-Ravens game.


 

USITC finds serious injury in Section 201 trade case
10/04/2017  |  

In the most anticipated decision since the Investment Tax Credit vote in 2015, the industry now braces to see what sanctions the USITC will recommend to President Trump on November 13.


 

US Solar Companies ‘Plan for the Worst, Hope for the Best’ Following Key Trade Case Vote
10/04/2017  |  

A vote by the International Trade Commission shook the U.S. solar industry on Friday, as companies braced themselves for possible tariffs on imported solar equipment. 


 

 

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