Project Management: Facilitating a Seamless Solar System Installation

Posted on Apr 30, 2018 5:01:09 PM by Steve Burns

It’s 6:30 AM at a job site in New Jersey. The sun is just coming up, and it will be at least two hours before the client arrives, but the work has already started at this solar installation. Delivery trucks pull in carrying a myriad of racking, module and inverter components. Crews of installers receive their daily “marching-orders” and review safety protocols before beginning to transfer the newly delivered equipment to the roof of the facility. Orchestrating all of these efforts, as well as coordinating with the local town building department, utility company and engineers, are Project Managers.

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Celebrate Earth Day 2018

Posted on Apr 17, 2018 12:11:29 PM by Emily Lau

The first Earth Day took place on April 22, 1970 following an extremely detrimental oil spill off the coast of Santa Barbara, California. While it is now a global event, Earth Day was first conceived by U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson as a way of raising public awareness about environmental issues. This year’s Earth Day is dedicated to ending plastic pollution around the world (Earth Day Network).

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Solar Report from Mexico

Posted on Apr 9, 2018 11:35:10 AM by Mariana Eizayaga

In 2014, the Mexican government initiated an ambitious “National Energy Market Reform.” One of the main objectives was to further develop the country’s solar industry. Four years later, and after much deliberation, the Department of Energy published the “Programa de Desarollo del Sistema Electrico Nacional” (PRODESEN), a policy document outlining the next 15 years of development in the country’s energy outlook. Mexico is developing a plan for a bright energy future, and to keep a finger on the pulse of the emerging solar market, an EnterSolar team traveled to Mexico City to attend Greentech Media’s (GTM) recent Mexico Solar Summit.

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