Brittany Decker of WVTM 13 talks to the kids at Highlands School about Solar
First Published on LinkedIn on December 20, 2016 by Joe Bennett:
Not too long ago, I entered the PV field with close to 30 years of operations experience and lots to learn. During the first two weeks into my new field, I made a startling and crucial observation about what I see as the truest potential of solar energy:
As reported in the Anniston Star by Eddie Burkhalter on November 17, 2016:
Clayton Angell thinks that in about two years’ time the new solar panel system atop his Anniston business will begin paying for itself.
He expects the 66-panel, 22-kilowatt system will generate about half of the energy needs of his Remodeler’s Outlet, located in a 71,000-square-foot former textile mill on Noble Street. (more…)
As featured in Iron City Ink, July 28, 2016 -by Sam Chandler
Prior to last November, Samuel Yates said the Birmingham metro area did not have a company devoted to solar energy power systems.
The Mountain Brook resident has since helped start two of them.
In November, Yates said he co-founded Vulcan Solar Power as the first business of its kind in the area. But after a benevolent split with his founding partner in late March, he said he decided to launch his own. On April 1, Eagle Solar & Light came to life.
Located at 4005 Second Ave. S. in Avondale, Eagle Solar & Light specializes in the design, installation and service of solar energy systems for both residential and commercial use, Yates said.
Essentially, Yates and his team provide a start-to-finish turnkey service that can switch a building to at least partial reliance on solar power. This is typically accomplished by outfitting the roof with a grid of rectangular solar modules, which convert sunlight into a usable form of energy. (more…)