Standard Solar CEO Tony Clifford was interviewed on NPR's "Here and Now". He spoke about the expiration of tax credits and it's affect on the consolidation of the solar industry. To learn more, listen to the interview here.
Maryland-based Standard Solar Inc. has completed a 1.8 MW ground-mounted solar array in Las Vegas, N.M., for the Mora-San Miguel Electric Cooperative. According to Standard Solar, the solar array will provide approximately 5% of the cooperative's load.
ROCKVILLE, MD— Upon its completion in December, a 2.1 Megawatt (MW) solar array in Pocomoke City, MD will be the largest municipally-owned system in the state. Standard Solar, Inc., a leader in the full-service development, construction, integration, financing and installation of solar electric systems, developed and is installing the ground mount solar system at the City’s wastewater treatment facility. ClicktoTweet
Standard Solar, Inc., a specialist in the full-service development, construction, integration, financing and installation of solar electric systems, continues to expand westward with the completion of another solar project in New Mexico (US).
Standard Solar, Inc. has completed a 1.8 megawatt, ground-mounted solar array in Las Vegas, N.M. for the Mora-San Miguel Electric Cooperative. The array, co-developed by Standard Solar and Ute Peak Solar, will provide approximately 5 percent of the cooperative’s load.
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