The newly completed Anthony Wayne solar array will supply about 30% of the zoo's electricity each year.

Completed 2.1MW Anthony Wayne Solar Array Powers Toledo Zoo

A 22-acre Toledo Zoo brownfield site that was once in receivership is starting a brand-new life as home to the recently completed 2.1-MW Anthony Wayne ground-mount solar array. Bordered by a buffer zone with newly planted trees and green spaces for native grasses that will be planted this fall, the 28,500-panel solar array is one

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When Lightning Strikes Twice, Is Your Solar Project Safe?

You know the saying “Lightning never strikes twice?” Turns out, it’s a myth. Lightning can strike twice, three times or even more. It also has some favorite targets, with photovoltaic (PV) systems — including combiner boxes, inverters and datalines — at the top of the list. The increased risk for lightning strikes close to PV

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Australian Wildlife Park Takes A Bite Out Of Electrical Bill With Solar

Open to the public every day, Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures had an average annual electricity bill of $100,000. To minimize operating expenses, the park owner explored alternative options to offset the attraction’s large energy needs. Contractor Australian Sustainable Energy Services (ASES) has installed an Enphase microinverter system at Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures, a wildlife attraction in Australia.

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Tigo Updates: Solar Decathlon And Smart Module Modeling

Tigo Congratulates Its Solar Decathlon Team The Solar Decathlon competition sets collegiate students the task of designing and building aesthetically pleasing, marketable, and affordable solar-powered homes. The decade-old competition challenges the solar industry’s future leaders in a number of important areas. Tigo acknowledges the importance of this event for the renewable energy industry and congratulates

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Distributor Hosts Free Solar Summer Webinar Series

Catch distributor AEE Solar’s summer webinar series every other Friday at 9 a.m. PST/12 p.m. EST (PST). The educational webinars are complimentary. Each presentation will feature 40 minutes of content and 20 minutes of open questions and answers. So, grab a coffee and gather the team for these interactive sessions! Register here. July 18th – Social

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Bringing The Solar Dream To Life

Summer is prime time for solar installers all across the country, and nonprofit organization GRID Alternatives is among the many up on the roof. Enphase employees joined GRID for the latest installment in a series of Sebastopol, Calif., homes that have been given a clean energy upgrade. As part of a long-standing partnership with GRID,

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World’s Largest Wind-Solar Hybrid Installation Unveiled In Jamaica

The world’s largest hybrid renewable energy project to date was recently commissioned on the rooftop of the Myers, Fletcher, & Gordon (MFG) law firm in Kingston, Jamaica. Developed by WindStream Technologies, the landmark urban installation consists of 50 WindStream SolarMill units to harness available wind and solar resources. The SolarMill is a new distributed energy

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NBA Legend Bill Walton New Voice Of NRG Home Solar

NRG Home Solar has announced that NBA legend and solar enthusiast Bill Walton has signed-on as the voice of the company’s home solar solutions. “Residential solar represents an incredible opportunity for consumers, and NRG Home Solar is leading the charge in making inexpensive and renewable energy accessible to all homeowners with its unique customer-focused business

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Juhl Renewable Energy Systems Brings Rooftop Solar To Chicago

Juhl Renewable Energy Systems, a subsidiary of Juhl Energy and provider of solar, wind and battery storage systems, was recently named lead contractor for all rooftop installations through Solar Chicago, a new program serving Chicago, Ill., and several neighboring villages. Solar Chicago is offering rooftop solar panel installations to residential property owners through September 30th at

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WTO Ruling On Case DS436: US Violated Global Trade Rules

On Monday, July 14, a World Trade Organization (WTO) panel upheld a complaint from China that the United States had violated trade rules when it imposed punitive anti-subsidy duties on solar equipment in 2012. The WTO panel issued a report in the case “United States – Countervailing Measures on Certain Hot-Rolled Carbon Steel Flat Products