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SUN DAY Campaign: Renewables Hit New Record!

Provide More Than One-Quarter Of U.S. Electricity

Washington DC – Renewable energy sources (i.e., biomass, geothermal, hydropower, solar, wind) produced significantly more electricity than either coal or nuclear power during the first five months of 2020, according to a SUN DAY Campaign analysis of just-released data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).

In May […]

Norwich Technologies Wins U.S. Department of Energy Grant for Solar Power Research and Development

$1.1 Million Grant Will Help Vermont Small Business Commercialize a Hybrid Concentrating Solar-Thermal and Photovoltaic System Using Thermal Storage to Deliver 24/7 Renewable Power

Contact: Steve Snyder (802) 359-7406 Email: steve.snyder@norwichtech.com

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, VERMONT, July 20, 2020 –Norwich Technologies announced today that the company has been awarded a $1.1 million dollar U.S. Department of […]

Huge Win for Solar

Together, we stood up for solar rights — and we won! Thank you!

On July 16, 2020, FERC unanimously dismissed a petition to end net metering.

Anti-solar interests tried to deny solar owners fair compensation for the solar they produce.

But they had to go through us, and we won.

The New England Ratepayers Association […]

We stood up for solar rights — and we won!

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Together, we stood up for solar rights — and we won! Thank you!

You spoke and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) listened. Today, FERC unanimously dismissed a petition to end net metering.

Anti-solar interests tried to deny solar owners fair compensation for the solar […]

Backup Power Systems for the Home: Batteries When the Grid Fails

When the grid goes down, often the electric lines do, as well. Lines in Burlington, VT. Artaxerxes, Photo: Wikimedia Commons, https://bit.ly/30Ys5yU

Danielle Ferguson

North Carolina residents will tell you that they may have hurricanes, but at least they don’t have blizzards. Buffalo natives will say sure, they have blizzards, but at least they don’t […]

Lithium Batteries and Medical Facilities

Reliable Power for Essential Care

Essential work needs reliable power at all times. Emergency Entrance, Glens Falls Hospital. JBC3, Public domain, https://bit.ly/3efcfDP.

“Essential” has become one of the defining words of 2020. Hospitals have always been essential to human health and flourishing, but we have a new appreciation for them after the COVID-19 crisis.

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Working Together: Fortress Battery and Green Mountain Solar

In Hinesburg, VT, 24 LG panels enjoy clear-blue summer skies to power the home and charge the Fortress back-up-energy-storage system. Photos courtesy of Green Mountain Solar.

George Harvey

Fortress Power

Regular readers of Green Energy Times might have read “Battery Storage Choices Grow with Fortress Power,” an article that was […]

Solar Power is Moving Forward in the Upper Valley

A 500-MW (AC) array on the site of an old Goodyear facility in Windsor, VT was recently commissioned. It will provide 100% solar power for Harpoon Riverbent Taps & Beergarden. The solar system was installed by Norwich Solar Technologies (NST) of White River Junction, VT. Photo courtesy of Norwich Solar Technologies.

George Harvey

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Solar in Challenging Times

Early morning picture of a solar farm under construction in Spain, showing racks waiting for panels to be installed in the background. This solar farm, which will be the largest in Europe when it is completed, has been under construction as the Covid-19 pandemic raged. Iberdrola image.

George Harvey

We live in […]

RPCS and Indiana Municipal Power Agency Partnership

To Complete Over 85 MW of Solar Tracker Projects

RP Construction Services, Inc. and the Indiana Municipal Power Agency have partnered on a number of solar arrays in Indiana. The project pictured is in Tell City. Its panels are mounted on DuraTrack HZ V3 single-axis solar trackers. IMPA Courtesy image.

(MONTEREY, Calif.) JUNE […]