Tag: solar energy


Solar For Your Business

10

Jun 2019

Solar For Your Business

We are often asked by business owners of all sizes, why does it make sense for my business to invest in solar?  If you have a large flat sunny roof, own the property or are a long-term lessor,...

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IKEA Adds 1.26 MW to Future Virginia Store

31

Jan 2019

IKEA Adds 1.26 MW to Future Virginia Store

IKEA just announced that they will be adding 1.26 MW of solar on their future store in Norfolk, Virginia. “The 331,000-square-foot IKEA Norfolk store will be built on 19 acres on the northwestern corner of Interstate 64 and...

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Central Hudson Increases Rates

17

Sep 2018

Central Hudson Increases Rates

This is not a typo: your Central Hudson electric bill is now 20% more. Central Hudson has quietly increased their residential rate from $0.13 per kWh to $0.154 per kWh, effective now. Now is the time to go...

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President Trump Imposes 30% Tariff

24

Jan 2018

President Trump Imposes 30% Tariff

Alas, the Trump administration has elected to impose a 30% tariff on imported solar equipment. This is dubious public policy. The stated goal is to “level the playing field” for domestic (mostly) panel manufacturers, and the best guess...

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Solar Tariff

22

Jan 2018

Solar Tariff

To tariff or not to tariff, well that is the question the solar industry is awaiting the Administration’s decision on later this week. Last October the US International Trade Commission – 2 republicans and 2 democrats – unanimously...

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Federal Investment Tax Credits

20

Dec 2017

Federal Investment Tax Credits

Many of our customers have been asking about the status of the Federal Investment Tax Credits (ITC) for residential and small commercial solar installations. We have been watching this carefully and despite more than a few mixed messages,...

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Hurricane Irma: No Match for Antigua’s Solar Energy

02

Oct 2017

Hurricane Irma: No Match for Antigua’s Solar Energy

As we’ve all heard on the news, on September 6th Hurricane Irma quickly became known throughout the Caribbean and the Southeast portion of the United States. Irma exceeded a category 5, measuring in as the strongest hurricane in...

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Total Solar Eclipse: August 21, 2017

16

Aug 2017

Total Solar Eclipse: August 21, 2017

On August 21st, a total solar eclipse will be visible from different sections of the United States. The last time a total eclipse was visible was June 8th, 1918. In the event of a total solar eclipse, the...

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