NC solar development seeing a summer spike

Gehrlicher Solar America Corporation Completes Phase 1 of 7.2 Megawatt Photovoltaic System for UniSource Energy Services

aWe have partnered with investment houses and financial institutions outside the state that find value now in the N.C. solar markets,a Habul says, explaining the sudden spike in proposed construction. aThatas true not just for us, but for developers in the state in general.a Leading developers Strata Solar , based in Chapel Hill, is also on a construction spree this year and has proposed significantly more projects than it built last year. And the company is building two 20-megawatt projects for the Tennessee Valley Authority in that state. Strata and SunEnergy1 are the North Carolinaas leading solar developers right now. Large projects All of Habulas proposed N.C. projects are in the eastern part of the state.
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Solar energy positioned to boom in Florida

You have taken a significant step — both symbolically and practically — and I thank you for having the courage to take it. But, Mr. President, even as I applaud you, I present you with a question: Why the heck did it take you so long? And more importantly, cannot you do more? During your first presidential campaign you pledged support for solar energy, and three years ago when we met at an Earth Day function on the White House lawn, you actually said it was a good idea to put solar panels on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. I realize that home improvement projects can sometimes take a while to implement — and I understand that those on the residence of our Commander-in-Chief can take longer — but forgive me if I wonder what caused such a delay given your historically strong rhetoric in support of solar power. In making the move to install solar on the White House you have enlisted yourself and your lovely family into an ever-growing solar movement called The Rooftop Revolution of which I am also a proud member. Our movement counts many business executives, environmentalists and political leaders in our ranks, but for the most part, it is made up of regular citizens who recognize the win-win-win proposition of solar power — that it saves them money, it creates jobs and it is better for the environement.
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Solar Power at the White House: What Took So Long?

And it offers the city a hedge against rising power costs for decades. “It’s no risk and it’s the lowest-cost solar power in the market place,” said Jerry Warren of the city’s utility department. “That savings will definitely benefit our customers.” “That’s pretty much a game changer,” Fenton said of the lease agreements. Here’s how leasing will work with the new homes in the Del Webb communities. Home buyers have a choice of a 20-year lease on a small preinstalled system, listed as 2 kilowatts, or they can upgrade all the way to an 8-kilowatt system that would generate roughly the 1,000 kilowatt hours used by the average Florida utility customer each month. SolarCity says the Del Webb customers will save at least an estimated $300 a year in electric costs. For instance, a typical three-bedroom house might have a current electricity bill of $200 a month. SolarCity says a medium-sized solar system would generate enough electricity to lower the $200 utility bill to $60 per month. The solar lease would require nothing down and about $110 per month.
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A GES assures long-term power yield providing an optimized, individualized solution for the specific location while making efficient and low cost use of the technology components. The UES-owned Rio Rico generation facility consists of 24,400 fixed-tilt solar modules and four inverters. Gehrlicher chose Southwest Energy Solutions to perform the electrical portion of the work on the system. UES is a subsidiary of Tucson-based UniSource Energy Corporation ( UNS ), which also serves as the corporate parent of Tucson Electric Power (TEP). The Rio Rico solar energy project is an important component in our Companys strategy to provide UES customers with clean, affordable renewable energy. Our development partner, Gehrlicher Solar America, has been outstanding.
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