Today's Power Breaks Ground on Forrest City Solar Array
2018: A Today's Power Year-In-Review
Today's Power Inc. continued its run of installing small utility-scale solar power plants for the state's electric cooperatives Tuesday, breaking ground on a 1-megawatt array for Woodruff Electric Cooperative Corp. in Forrest City.
No Longer the Future: Solar Power is Becoming the Present of Electricity
2018 was a year of many successes for Today’s Power. This year we had the opportunity to complete an array of projects all the way from rooftop solar at Hershey’s Chocolate to systems with wildlife in mind. Additionally our team doubled this year due to the growing demand for solar in the US. Learn more about our year in our 2018 Year in Review.
A Sunny 2019
“If I could give any advice to a business looking to go the solar route, it would be to find a trusted, experienced and bankable partner. As a solar powered business, you are investing in a 25-year asset to benefit your bottom line for decades to come, and you want to be sure to have a partner that not only can design a system to maximize the benefits for you and your business, work with your utility and to avoid any interconnection issues before installing the system, and ensure all systems are equipped with any city, county, and state permitting, but that will also be there to service and maintain the system throughout its usable lifetime.”
Solar Power: 30 Percent Tax Credits End in 2019
Today's Power Inc., the Little Rock company specializing in building small utility-scale solar power generation projects for the state's electric distribution co-ops, has six noteworthy projects on the books for 2019. One will begin in Woodruff County next month as soon as TPI finishes a similar installation in Salem.
Test a Tesla
Henderson notes how beneficial implementing solar technology can be for individuals using those utilities cost savings to plan for retirement, saying that he hears talk shows and reads articles talking about best practices when preparing to retire, but rarely does he see solar mentioned.
People of TPI: Matt Irving
Mark Cayce has the keys to a new Tesla, and if you’re a member of Ouachita Electric Cooperative in Camden, he might just hand them over to you —- briefly.
Fayetteville Moves Toward 100% Renewable Energy and Saves $6 Million in Future Energy Costs
Meet a member of our leadership team, Matt Irving.
Fayetteville City Council voted unanimously this evening, approving a trilateral agreement among City of Fayetteville, Ozarks Electric Cooperative, and Today's Power, Inc. (TPI) for the development, construction, and operation of Arkansas’s largest solar power system on municipal land and the only one in the state with onsite utility-scale storage. In addition to the expected $6 million saved in energy costs over the project’s 20-year lifespan, the City anticipates a complete return on its investment in 3.1 years.