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Michigan school district completes solar system

The Flushing Community Schools district in Flushing, Mich., has completed construction on a seven-site solar array that will generate 956.8 KW from five roof- and two ground-mounted systems. The energy produced by these solar systems will offset approximately 84% of the district’s current elec Read More...

Northwest Fire District receives 657 kW solar project

Northwest Fire District in Tucson, Ariz., will benefit from an expected 1.23 million kWh of clean energy annually thanks to a new solar project installed on their campus.The 657 kW solar system was installed as parking lot shade canopies at multiple fire stations, a training center and an operations Read More...

New York State unveils newest community solar project

The Town of Denmark, N.Y., became the site of a new 7.2 MW community solar project that will provide clean energy to customers anywhere in National Grid’s existing distribution system.The Denmark Community Solar Project is located in Lewis County and is already producing more than 8.9 million Read More...

Maryland farm agrees to host 2.7 MW solar array

The Fritz Family Farms in New Windsor, Md., has agreed to use 12 acres of their 400 grain, hay and cattle farm as the site of a new 2.7 MW solar project that will sell clean energy to a local water and wastewater utility.The 7,336-panel solar array will be financed and owned by Standard Solar, who w Read More...

Long Beach School District Installs Solar Canopies

The Long Beach Unified School District installed solar canopies at 21 of its schools that will total over 4 MW of capacity once operational.The projects were completed by Standard Solar in partnership with EMCOR Services Mesa Energy Systems. Fourteen of the installations are already operational; the Read More...

Caltech Completes 800 kW of Solar Installations

The installation of a combined 800 kW of solar energy capacity was recently completed across eight campus buildings for the California Institute of Technology (Caltech).The rooftop solar arrays were built on the Bechtel Residence, Bridge, Downs Luritsen, Hameetman, Keith Spalding, Parsons Gates, Sou Read More...

Maryland to Add Nine Community Solar Projects

Nine community solar projects are planned as part of Maryland’s Community Solar Pilot Program, which will enable residents to save up to 10% on their utility bills based on electricity generated by the projects. The solar portfolio is projected to benefit over 5,000 Maryland households annuall Read More...

Isle of Wight County Schools Offsets Electricity With Solar

The Isle of Wight County Schools will now offset nearly 50% of the total electricity needs of seven of its schools with a combined 3.3 MW solar system. The combined rooftop arrays are projected to produce an estimated 4,252 MW hours of clean energy each year, offsetting carbon emissions of 7.6 Read More...

Colorado Community Solar Projects Completed

Five community solar projects have been completed in Colorado, including a nearly 2 MW solar project in Jefferson County, near Lakewood. Developed in partnership with Pivot Energy, Standard Solar funded the community solar array and is the projects’ long-term owner and operator. The partn Read More...

Catholic University Joins Community Solar Partnership

The Catholic University of America will add a community solar array on its campus in northeast D.C.The 7.4-MW project will provide access to locally generated, renewable energy through the D.C. community solar program to residents, non-profits, and businesses. Standard Solar will own, operate and ma Read More...

York, NY Adds Community Solar

SolarPark Energy, a New York-based community solar developer, announced the completion of a 7.1 MW community solar project in York, New York.Standard Solar funded the construction and will own and operate the project long-term. SolarPark Energy developed the project and Catalyst Power Holdings LLC, Read More...

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