The 101 year-old Museum cut its use of electrical power by 79 percent thanks to the introduction of technologies that were only dreams a century ago.
An Italian company’s solar parasol design represents an innovative that provides cooling shade while still harvesting energy from the hot sun.
The West Los Angeles Veteran Affairs Medical Center lowers its carbon footprint with a solar carport project to soak up the hot Los Angeles sun.
In Santa Clara County, Calif., three photovoltaic parking canopies are providing the transit agency 2.1 megawatts of power, with big costs savings expected.
Several new solar installations at the Twentynine Palms, Calif., Marine Corps base provide 1.5 megawatts of power, and some sorely needed shade as well.
In Germany, a new sunshade incorporating Kyocera solar modules doubles as a charging station for electric vehicles and bicycles, providing juice free of charge.
The Walter J Towers Project parking-lot solar project on Wilshire Boulevard will trim the building’s energy costs by as much as 30 percent, developers say.
SolarWorld has completed construction on a large solar canopy at the Cincinnati zoo which generates electricity while sheltering visitors from the elements.
The Arizona Diamondbacks are making a step in the direction of green energy this season with the installment of a solar power canopy above the plaza of Chase Field.
The Cincinnati Zoo is covering 800 parking spaces with a solar canopy – the “largest publicly accessible, urban solar array in the country,” it says.