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TRUMP’S CLIMATE DECISION SEEN AS UNLIKELY TO AFFECT MD.’S RENEWABLE INDUSTRY
06/06/2017  |  

President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement fulfilled one of his campaign promises to tilt federal energy policy in favor of fossil fuels like coal, but it’s unlikely to have a significant effect on Maryland, energy executives and government officials say.


 

Standard Solar Expands Team to Serve Customers Nationwide with New Offices in Texas, California
05/18/2017  |  

Expansion fuels Company’s fund development, complete capital finance, acquisition and ownership of solar PV and energy storage projects nationwide


 

SALISBURY UNIVERSITY AND STANDARD SOLAR TO BUILD ON-CAMPUS CARPORTS
05/11/2017  |  

Standard Solar is partnering with Salisbury University (SU) in Maryland to construct, operate, own and maintain a 543.9 kW solar project featuring three solar canopies and five electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. The canopies will cover a parking lot to provide shade for the university’s Parking Lot H, as well power to the adjacent educational buildings.


 

STANDARD SOLAR SIGNS TO PROVIDE SOLAR AND EV-CHARGING SERVICE TO UNIVERSITY
05/11/2017  |  

Standard Solar, a solar energy company, is partnering with Salisbury University (SU) to construct, operate, own and maintain a 543.9 kW solar system featuring three solar canopies and five electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. The canopies will cover a parking lot to provide shade for the University’s Parking Lot H, as well power to the adjacent educational buildings. 


 

Salisbury University Taps Standard Solar To Construct, Operate, Own and Maintain Solar Parking Canopies
05/09/2017  |  

The 543.9 kW system is expected to produce 765,000 kilowatt hours of electricity annually, which will provide electricity to three campus buildings


 

 

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