Solar Source Blogs

Clearwater's Habitat for Humanity homes harness solar energy to heat water

By Theodora Aggeles, Times Correspondent
In Print: Wednesday, April 11, 2012

CLEARWATER — Anyone who remembers Homer Villas, a public housing complex off N Betty Lane, wouldn't recognize the area now. It's now the Stevens Creek subdivision, a neighborhood of colorful single-family Habitat for Humanity homes.

Now those homes are starting to harness the energy of the sun.

Guantánamo is going green

By CAROL ROSENBERG
crosenberg@MiamiHerald.com

Newberry showing off its new solar power system on Monday

Newberry is going green, and the Easton-Newberry Sports Complex will soon get an environmentally friendly face-lift.

The city of Newberry is hosting an all-day "Green Celebration" Monday where people can learn about the solar photovoltaic system that was recently installed on the facility's roof.

Solar Source to build solar farm at Guantanamo Bay

Published 3/9/2011 Bay News 9

A local company has just landed a military contract that will create jobs.

Solar Source of Largo will build a solar farm at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba.

Andover Regional School District awards solar contract

Andover Regional School District awards solar contract

BY JEFF SISTRUNK

jsistrunk@njherald.com

The Andover Regional Board of Education voted to award the contract for the installation of solar panel systems at the district's schools during its regular session Tuesday.

Largo, Fla.-based firm Solar Source, in conjunction with Mount Laurel's New Age Energy, will oversee the installation of a combination of roof- and ground-mounted solar arrays at both the Florence M. Burd School and the Long Pond School. The 15-year arrangement between the companies and the district is a power purchase agreement, meaning that the companies will pay the cost of installation and retain ownership of any Solar Renewable Energy Credits generated while selling the electricity from the systems to the schools at a reduced rate.

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