This is a picture of the female install team for The RAQ. The RAQ is a revolutionary residential racking system that saves on equipment cost and can allow for an 18-panel residential install in just about 1 hour! I’m Cate (the blonde in the middle) and I’m trying to spread the word about this awesome product that is new to the industry!
The Spectrum Energy and NCSS crew completing the 734 kW San Joaquin Wine Co PV system in Madera CA with 2448 ET Solar modules and 6 Chint CPS inverters just before Christmas 2013.
The 119 kW Solar Canopy at Washington and Lee University (Lexington, VA) employed local engineers, steel manufacturers and electricians to install a state of the art solar design
Ron Rose (Nebraska Public Power District), left, and Michael Shonka (Solar Heat and Electric), right, install the last panel on Nebraska’s first solar assisted center pivot irrigation system at Beller family farm near Lindsay, NE. Photo credit:Mike Beller.
The AllEarth Renewables field crew does an inspection of the 2.1 MW South Burlington Solar Farm, which is made up of 382 AllSun Trackers and nearly 10,000 panels in South Burlington, Vermont.
The ecoSolargy team volunteers every month. This month was a beach clean-up. I love how my company gives back to our community.