UCR and Industry Partners Deploy Smart Solar System for Chemehuevi Indian Tribe in California

UCR and Industry Partners Deploy Smart Solar System for Chemehuevi Indian Tribe in California

Researchers at the University of California–Riverside’s Bourns College of Engineering, together with a team of industry partners, have begun work to install a power system that integrates solar panels, battery storage, advanced data analytics, and smart energy management controls on the Chemehuevi Indian Tribe reservation near Lake Havasu, the school announced on April 26.

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Free Advice on Solar From GRID Alternatives

GRID Alternatives this week announced that it is offering free technical assistance on solar issues nationally for multifamily housing owners, developers and operators. The free assistance is being funded by a grant from The JPB Foundation. It is aimed at reducing barriers for what the … Read more…

Lime Energy to Provide Clean Energy Tech to 1,000 Small Businesses

In response to President Obama’s call to make renewable energy more accessible to home owners, The Lime Energy Co. will provide clean energy technology to 1,000 small businesses in low and moderate income communities across the country. Lime provides energy services to utilities and their commercial customers. The … Read more…

Low-Income Neighborhood Receives Free Solar

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