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Copenhagen International School To Feature Solar-Powered Classrooms

Denmark will soon feature remarkable solar-powered classrooms at the Copenhagen International School. According to press information, “The new CIS Campus combines modern architecture with sustainability, IB pedagogy and age-appropriate design for students aged 3 to 19. The school is expected to open in January 2017 with a capacity of 1,200 students.” Denmark-based C.F. Møller Architects […]

July 25th

Interest In Commercial Rooftop Solar Financing Escalates

Interest is escalating in financing commercial and utility-scale solar rooftop and storage projects. In a recent pv magazine interview, Open Energy Group founder and CEO Graham Smith said he believes “commercial and industrial solar [in the US] is at an early stage of maturity.” With such potential in mind, Manhattan-based Open Energy Group represents one financing entity that is […]

July 24th

Solar Business Deals: SpaceX Buying Additional $75 Million In Bonds From SolarCity

Right after the start of the summer season, solar business heated up when SEC filing news noted that Elon Musk’s SpaceX would be purchasing an additional $75 million in solar-backed bonds from SolarCity (of which Elon is Chairman), boosting its total investment to $165 million. Elektrek writer Fred Lambert recently reported this investment comes “just after a major […]

July 21st

SunPower & EnerNOC Sign 3-Year Software Agreement

Two solar concerns, SunPower and EnerNOC, have announced a 3-year agreement to exclusively offer each other’s respective products to their customer portfolios. The energy intelligence software products being offered might provide customers with tools to better manage electricity supply and demand. Boston-based EnerNOC, a producer of energy intelligence software, along with solar cell innovator SunPower, will offer solar solutions […]

July 15th