Not all solar is created equal.

At Today's Power, we understand that the sun does not shine the same everywhere.  With that being said, many factors are taken into consideration when planning a solar system for you.  

No two projects are the same. 


Projects


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Ouachita Electric cooperative

HOLLY SPRINGS, ARKANSAS

FIRST ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE

BENTON, ARKANSAS

Arkansas Valley Electric Cooperative

VAN BUREN, ARKANSAS

central electric cooperative

STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA

Product: 500 KW DUO
Installation: Non penetrating ground mount

ouachita electric cooperative

CAMDEN, ARKANSAS

Product: 100KW REFLECT
Direction: 180 Degree South Orientation
Installation: Direct on Ground
Use: Installed Behind the Meter

 

ARKANSAS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES, INC. 

LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS

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Ozarks Electric Cooperative

SPRINGDALE, ARKANSAS

Product: 1 MW REFLECT
Direction: 270 Degree West Orientation
Installation: Elevated Mount (On Piers)
Use: Tied Into Distribution Grid

ERMCO

DYERSBURG, TENESSEE 

Product: 250KW DUO, and 250KW REFLECT
Direction: 180 Degrees South Orientation
Installation: Direct on Ground
Use: Installed Behind the Meter

TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE

HOOKER, OKLAHOMA

Product: 1MWREFLECT
Direction: 270 Degree West Orientation
Installation: Elevated Mount (On Piers)
Use: Community Solar Project/Tied Into Distribution Grid


Each of these factors is important to the successful integration of a new renewable energy supply resource with cooperatives existing resources. 

 Total delivered cost of power and environmental attributes;

 Energy benefits of the proposed power supply inclusive of congestion and losses

 Rate impact on members

 Certainty of outside funding sources (i.e. tax credits or government subsidies)

 Availability / reliability of resource and associated guarantees

 Financial viability, including its parent or any other guarantor of services

 Demonstrated experience in successful execution and completion of similar projects

 Project location, viability and timing

 Environmental impacts of the proposed resource

 Any indirect impact the project may have on cooperatives future environmental compliance

obligations

 Life of plant evaluation for new proposed resources

 Term of contract

 Renewal and/or purchase options at the end of proposals

 Transmission Charges / Costs (including potential O & M Costs and Direct Assignment

Facilities Costs)

 Cost of control area services (ancillary services)

 Legal, engineering and other costs required to implement the proposed service(s) 

 Forecasting capability