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La Jolla Light | April 03, 2020
La Jolla Community Center (LJCC) will be sporting a new roof and solar panels next year, and has its community partnerships to thank for it. “The existing roof predates the 10 years the building has been the LJCC,” said board member and facilities committee chair Don Hodges, in an interview with the Light.
Estimating the roof’s age at more than 20 years old, he added, “We have experienced roof leaks the last few winters that were patched by various roofers, but it’s worn out; it’s time to repla...
Cache Valley Daily | February 06, 2020
There are two proposed, large scale solar farms of 900-acres that could be coming to Box Elder County if Enyo Renewable Energy follows through with their proposals. Enyo Renewable Energy, which has already built three wind farms in the Beehive State, wants to expand their green energy portfolio to include huge solar energy farms in Box Elder County. Mitch Zundel, the director Box Elder County economic development, said the energy company plans to put one of the farms, dubbed Project Rocket, near...
Solar Industry Magazine | April 16, 2020
Duke Energy Renewables and Colorado Springs Utilities have started operations on a new solar energy generating facility, the Palmer Solar project. Containing more than 220,000 solar panels on about 700 acres southeast of Colorado Springs, Colo., Palmer Solar will provide 60 MW of electricity to Springs Utilities’ customers. This is the largest solar project contracted by Springs Utilities to date and the first solar project to interconnect with its transmission system. Under a 20-year agreement,...
solarpowerworldonline | April 10, 2020
While many jurisdictions have adopted no-touch permitting in recent weeks, San Luis Obispo County has gone a step further. It is now one of the first jurisdictions in California to offer instant permitting for solar. According to the building department: “The county’s online E-permitting system has been temporarily modified to accommodate the current COVID-19 shelter-in-place order and to ease permit access for licensed contractors. The zoning restrictions for e-permits has been temporarily lift...
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