In: solar

City Loses Thousands. Discovered Their Solar Was Off For 3 Years.

Imagine this. You are hired as an intern for a local government agency and tasked with creating an inventory of their solar and battery systems. As you are developing your list, you arrive at one of the solar sites, and

New Sources of Revenue and Cost Savings for Water Agencies, Schools and Other Public Agencies Using Battery Storage

As SCE continues to increase the demand charge component of TOU rate structures, public agencies in SCE territory are considering the benefits of energy storage using batteries to shave peak demand and reduce monthly utility bills.  While battery storage systems

Urgent: DSA Says To Do a Solar Panel Safety Check

The California Division of the State Architect recently notified school districts and solar contractors of three instances where solar panels dislodged from solar array racking structures during moderate wind events. In a subsequent memo, DSA released new requirements for further

Prop 39 Deadline Gets Extended and How to Get Ready for Summer 2018 Construction

Earlier this week, the Governor signed, AB 110, legislation that extends Prop 39: the Clean Energy Jobs Act, indefinitely. If you haven’t previously developed a Prop 39 Plan to claim funding for your District, you now have until February 26,

Four examples of why you need Solar Asset Management

As the Asset Management Services provider for hundreds of solar PV and energy storage systems, we’ve seen just about everything. By actively managing everything from inspections to incentives, supported by detailed reporting; TerraVerde ensures that organizations get the full financial

The Savings Numbers are Piling Up

The first number is $10,300,000, the amount of money our clients have saved on their electricity bills since one of our first solar projects energized in February, 2011. Even more important, all of the 116 solar projects we have developed