Magic and Sunrays in the Air

Blog Sol Systems | August 15, 2011

Magic and Sunrays in the Air

In a neighborhood where painting your door a different color requires approval from a presidentially appointed commission, Georgetown Energy is…
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Blog Sol Systems | January 21, 2011

Why Businesses are Taking Advantage of Solar Power Purchase Agreements

A Solar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) is a legal contract where a solar project developer installs and operates a system…
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Blog Sol Systems | January 17, 2011

An Outlook On Solar in 2011

Competition is stiff in the solar manufacturing industry, with companies like Evergreen announcing their departure from the United States to…
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Blog Sol Systems | November 15, 2010

Mid Size Commercial Solar Projects Require Guaranteed Long Term SREC Contracts

The mid-Atlantic region has witnessed a rapid growth in solar installations over the past few years. While the large multi-megawatt…
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Blog Sol Systems | October 07, 2010

California’s HomeBuyer Solar Option Sets Example for Growth of Distributed Solar Generation

California continues to prove its leadership in advancing the solar industry by instituting a new HomeBuyer Solar Option and Solar…
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Blog Sol Systems | October 04, 2010

As the Federal RES Evolves, What Does it Mean for Solar?

This last September, the U.S. Senate introduced the Renewable Electricity Promotion Act of 2010, Senate Bill 3813, a stand-alone Renewable…
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Blog Sol Systems | August 25, 2010

FERC Ruling Complicates States Ability to implement Feed in Tariffs

A Feed in Tariff or FiT, is a policy mechanism requiring utilities to purchase electricity generated from a certain source…
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