Quick Mount PV Introduces QRail® Tilt System for Flat and Low-Slope Roof Types

New system expands Quick Mount’s industry-leading solar racking and mounting to low-slope commercial, industrial, and residential roof types Walnut Creek, CA July 31, 2019 — Quick Mount PV, the leading American manufacturer of solar roof mounting and racking systems, is… Read moreQuick Mount PV Introduces QRail® Tilt System for Flat and Low-Slope Roof Types

UMass Amherst Researchers Develop New Method To Estimate Solar Rooftop Potential

Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst’s College of Information and Computer Sciences (CICS) have developed a method for automatically assessing rooftops for solar potential. Led by Prashant Shenoy and Subhransu Maji, the researchers are proposing a data-driven approach that… Read moreUMass Amherst Researchers Develop New Method To Estimate Solar Rooftop Potential

Ninth Circuit Strikes Down California ReMAT In Winding Creek Solar Case

On July 29, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the lower court’s decision in Winding Creek Solar LLC v. Peterman et al., ruling that California’s feed-in tariff for small qualifying facilities (QFs), the Renewable Market Adjusting Tariff (ReMAT), violates… Read moreNinth Circuit Strikes Down California ReMAT In Winding Creek Solar Case

Quick Mount PV releases QRail Tilt System flat roof mount

Quick Mount PV, an American manufacturer of solar roof mounting and racking systems, is launching the new QRail Tilt System. Quick Mount PV’s QRail Tilt System allows installation of the QRail Racking System on a variety of low slope commercial… Read moreQuick Mount PV releases QRail Tilt System flat roof mount

Fronius will bring new hybrid GEN24 inverter to SPI 2019

Fronius Primo GEN24 Fronius is bringing its new hybrid Primo GEN24 inverter to Salt Lake City for Solar Power International 2019. The new solution provides all the benefits of the SnapINverter and additional features, such as being incredibly compact, easily… Read moreFronius will bring new hybrid GEN24 inverter to SPI 2019

Virginia Adds Three Solar Projects At State Facilities

Gov. Ralph Northam Gov. Ralph Northam, D-Va., has announced the installation of three new solar projects located at the Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy’s office in Big Stone Gap, the Virginia Public Safety Training Center in Hanover, and… Read moreVirginia Adds Three Solar Projects At State Facilities

UAMPS Members Sign Up For Solar From Navajo Nation Project

Sixteen members of Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems (UAMPS) are further decarbonizing their energy portfolios by adding solar electricity from a new project in southeastern Utah. The power will come from the Red Mesa Tapaha Solar Resource, a 66 MW… Read moreUAMPS Members Sign Up For Solar From Navajo Nation Project

Frederick County Commissions Landfill Solar Array

Jan Gardner, Frederick County executive A new landfill solar array in Frederick County, Md., is expected to generate enough renewable energy to supply close to 20% of the county government’s general electric usage. The project, comprising 7,776 panels over nearly… Read moreFrederick County Commissions Landfill Solar Array

Another Florida City Targets 100% Clean Energy

Satellite Beach, Fla., in Brevard County The city council of Satellite Beach, Fla., has unanimously passed a resolution committing the city to transition to 100% clean, renewable energy for the entire community by 2050 and for municipal operations by 2032…. Read moreAnother Florida City Targets 100% Clean Energy

California sees huge demand for Solar on Multifamily Affordable Housing program

Within the first day of accepting applications, California’s new Solar on Multifamily Affordable Housing (SOMAH) program is nearly fully subscribed, having received more than 240 applications representing over 74 MW of solar power generating capacity and $163 million in reserved… Read moreCalifornia sees huge demand for Solar on Multifamily Affordable Housing program