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.Read More
Your guide to going solar.
More and more homeowners and businesses are exploring the feasibility and financial return of installing solar panels. The most obvious consideration when installing solar is the actual cost of the panels and the system itself, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves. These are the steps to consider before you start the solar process.Read More
We welcome our newest employee, Kelly Comer, to the Today’s Power team. Learn more about Kelly here.Read More
Today’s Power has partnered with SAU Tech to sponsor the season kick-off games for the RocketsRead More
We are honored to have our very own President, Michael Henderson, and our VP of Operations, Matt Irving, representing the state of Arkansas as the "Faces of Solar Energy."
Co-op Subsidiary Partners with Automobile Dealership to Bring EV Sales to Underserved AreasRead More
Jennah Denney, marketing and public relations manager for Today’s Power Inc., a Little Rock builder of solar arrays for electric cooperatives and other commercial enterprises;Read More
Today’s Power Inc. of Little Rock continued its string of successes with small utility-scale solar projects Monday, breaking ground Monday on a 1-megawatt solar array for North Arkansas Electric Cooperative near the co-op’s headquarters in Salem (Fulton County).Read More