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Whole Foods expands rooftop solar with NRG, SolarCity

...ill deliver solar power services for many stores located in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York. SolarCity will custom design each system to maximize the amount of grid power offset and expects to begin installation this spring. Whole Foods will reportedly save money with the new solar installation Read More...

PACE helps Harley-Davidson dealer go solar

...onnecticut PACE program. ... for qualifying green energy projects through the Connecticut PACE program. ...s through the Connecticut PACE program.  Read More...

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Fuel cells to slash energy costs for Connecticut IKEA

Fuel cell installation at IKEA's New Haven, Conn., store provided by IKEA. Expanding its use of fuel cell systems across its U.S. locations, IKEA recently flipped the switch on its first such east coast project at its store in New Haven, Conn.Similar to its projects in California, the Bloo Read More...

Trinity College installing 1.4 MW fuel cell plant

With the installation of a new 1.4 MW fuel cell power plant, Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., is expecting to save 30% on its annual energy costs. The combined heat and power fuel cell plant will feature grid-independent operating capabilities and generate a continuous supply of onsite elect Read More...

West Haven to see savings from streetlight LED retrofit

A town in Connecticut estimates that it will save $338,000 per year in electrical costs through a planned LED retrofit of 4,388 of its street lights.United Illuminating, an electric distribution company based in Orange, Conn., will replace the street lights in West Haven, Conn., from high-pressure s Read More...

Connecticut C-PACE Program Spurs $200M in Investments

...into a greener, more prosperous future.” bank announced that this achievement makes Connecticut’s C-PACE program the most succes...ion into a greener, more prosperous future.” Read More...

Town of Killingly, CT Installs 1 MW Solar System

The Town of Killingly, Connecticut installed four solar energy systems totaling approximately 1 MW. Greenskies installed solar panels on rooftops at the Killingly Highway Department building (66 kW) and Killingly High School (332 kW). The company also installed a ground-mounted array at Killing Read More...

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