Do you drive and electric vehicle (EV) or plan to get one in the new future? A new program intends to increase adoption of electric vehicles by Arkansans as a result of increased charging infrastructureRead More
Gov. Asa Hutchinson spoke at SAU Tech's "flip the switch" ceremony for a 1-megawatt photovoltaic array on campus, held in conjunction with the 80th annual meeting of OECC, the not-for-profit distribution cooperative headquartered in Camden.
It is the first project completed under Act 464, the law opening greater solar possibilities to government organizations, nonprofits and schools by letting them make deals to buy energy from third-party owners of solar facilities.Read More
City of Fayetteville Mayor Lioneld Jordan won top honors in this year’s U.S. Conference of Mayors’ Climate Protection Awards. The Mayor was honored in the small city category (under 100,000 population) for Fayetteville's Wastewater Solar Power and Storage Project.Read More
Homeowners have many options when looking to secure a financial future for retirement. But, many do not realize that installing solar for your home can be one of the smartest retirement options available. It simply stretches your retirement funds further.Read More
Farmers Electric Cooperative’s new 1 MW solar array represents the distribution cooperative’s commitment to reliable and affordable energy. The single-axis tracking array consists of 3,876 solar panels on eight to ten acres of land along U.S. Highway 67 near Newport and was constructed by Today’s Power, Inc.Read More
As much of the world is shifting its focus to cleaner power, solar energy has seen a significant rise in importance.
But what does this shift in clean energy really mean when it comes to the environmental effects of solar energy? Rayna is here to provide some insight.Read More
Construction is on schedule and on budget for the largest solar array on city-owned land in Arkansas, and the 10-megawatt system is expected to begin operating July 1, said Matt Irving, vice president of operations for Today’s Power Inc. (TPI)Read More
The fourth annual Arkansas Environmental Technology (TECHe) Award was presented to the Husqvarna Group. The Husqvarna Group is the world’s largest producer of outdoor power products. The Group operates a Plastic Injection Molding Manufacturing Operation in Nashville. In 2015, the manufacturer launched “Sustainovate,” an innovation-based initiative to make sustainability a real competitive advantage for the Group and to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by one third before the end of 2035. As a result, in 2017, Husqvarna installed a 1.4 megawatt solar array at the Nashville facility in partnership with Today’s Power, Inc..Read More