TerraVerde Renewable Partners Helps Burton School District Reduce Energy Costs
Innovative Combination of Cutting Edge Energy Storage Systems and Solar Power Projected to Save the District About $6 Million
LARKSPUR, Calif., September 16, 2014 – TerraVerde Renewable Partners, an independent energy advisor that helps schools, public agencies and private companies reduce energy costs, today announced that its client, Burton School District, has entered into a contract with SolarCity for the installation of advanced energy storage systems and solar generation systems across nine of their sites. The new systems are projected to save the school district about $6 million in electricity costs over the next 25 years. The Burton School District paired battery storage and solar project will be one of the first of such projects to be implemented under California’s advanced energy storage rules released in late spring.
Sun Light & Power Cements Partnership With Soled Benefit Corporation
Investment in San Rafael-based solar electric finance specialist unites two California Benefit Corporations to provide low-cost clean energy for schools, municipalities and public service organizations
BERKELEY CA -- Berkeley-based Sun Light & Power, a leading California solar contractor established in 1976, has acquired a significant stake inSolEd Benefit Corporation., a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) provider and energy finance firm headquartered in San Rafael.
KYOCERA Solar Modules Achieve "Performance Leader" Rating in GTM Research's Reliability Scorecard
KYOCERA is Only Manufacturer to Earn Highest Rating Across All PV Module Tests
Scottsdale, AZ – August 25, 2014 – Kyocera Corporation announced today that Kyocera is the only solar module manufacturer to rank as a Performance Leader in all six categories in independent testing by PV Evolution Labs, as reported in GTM Research’s July 2014 PV Module Reliability Scorecard.
State Legislature Passes Bill to Lower Cost of Solar Through Streamlined Permitting
AB 2188 (Muratsuchi) Aims To Cut Byzantine Permitting Procedures For Homeowners Wins Bipartisan Support in Both Houses; Heads to Governor’s Desk
SACRAMENTO - A bill establishing a streamlined permitting and inspection procedure for small, residential solar energy systems passed out of the California State Assembly today. Assembly Bill 2188 (Muratsuchi) takes aim at the patchwork quilt of costly ‘red tape’ permitting procedures in 500 cities and counties statewide promising to lower costs for homeowners and local governments alike.
ESNA 2014 Finalizes Comprehensive Energy Storage Conference Program
Industry-Leading Event Features More Than 40 Sessions With 90+ Expert Speakers
Berkeley, CA – August 7, 2014 - Energy Storage North America (ESNA), the most influential gathering of policy, technology and market leaders in energy storage, today announced that the 2014 Conference and Expo will offer the most comprehensive program ever put together on the topic. ESNA 2014 takes place September 30th to October 2nd, at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, California.