Finance - March 6, 2017 - By David Fuller
As corporations accelerate their use of offsite virtual power purchase agreements for clean energy, this column, presented by EDF Renewable Energy, details the eight most important considerations for buyers when evaluating such an agreement.
Industrial - March 1, 2017
A recently installed onsite solar project at one of Tampa Tank Inc.-Florida Structural Steel's three Tampa, Fla., manufacturing facilities is expected save the global steel fabrication company between $75,000 and $80,000 in energy costs.
Solar - February 24, 2017
Gengras Motor Cars, an East Hartford, Conn., car dealership company, is in the process of having a 418 kW rooftop solar project installed at its Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram facility.
February 20, 2017 - By Jamie Daubenspeck
While the value of proactive facilities monitoring and maintenance is often assumed, it's far more powerful when it’s actually measured.
Solar - February 16, 2017
The latest to join a growing list of American businesses turning to renewable energy to help power their operations, Minnesota-based Red Wing Shoe Company recently signed subscription agreements for electricity from two community solar farms.
Solar - February 14, 2017
Virginia-based utility giant Dominion on Feb. 14 said it is investing more than $800 million in solar power in Virginia, primarily supported by its largest energy customers.
Solar - February 13, 2017
This case study, presented by EnterSolar, offers insight into a 1,560 kW rooftop solar system designed and installed for New York beer distributor Clare Rose Inc.
Sourcing Renewables - February 8, 2017
Sun Chemical, one of the world's largest producers of printing inks and pigments, has turned to renewable energy to save an estimated $400,000 in electricity costs at one of its production facilities in New Jersey.