We like photovoltaic solar energy technology for a lot of reasons. It allows us to run everything from computers, heart monitors, heat pumps, and vehicles on sunshine. It’s modular and Continue Reading →
We are very excited to see yet another solar array going up in Marshall County! Cheers to Marianne & the Recycle Depot staff. WTCA reporting: During Monday’s Board of Directors Continue Reading →
We’ve been working on developing a bed of blooming native species underneath the first phase of our solar arrays. I overseeded them last winter & this is the first growing Continue Reading →
Wow, what a week! Our good friends Steve Owen & Jeff Deal from the Appalachian Institute for Renewable Energy came all the way up from North Carolina to help us Continue Reading →
Things have been busy! I don’t have much time to write, but I thought I’d upload a few photos of phase 2 of our solar energy installation. Enjoy!
We try to not only demonstrate renewable energy technology through our own operations (like solar panels and electric vehicles), but also to help encourage and facilitate its adoption throughout the Continue Reading →
This came out 2 weeks ago and I just realized I had forgotten to put it up on the blog. Enjoy this press release! … … … For Immediate Release- Continue Reading →
Short answer: yes, during daylight hours of course! So here’s the long answer… Our solar arrays come with a internet-connected software that allows us to see minute-by-minute production, down to Continue Reading →