Panels assembled right in Georgia by Mage Solar USA make up a new 52.8-kilowatt commercial array in the north part of the state.
The Marine base hangar where the presidential helicopter Marine One resides gets a solar array – but still we wait for that promised White House system.
Suniva, an American maker of crystalline silicon solar modules, strikes a deal to supply SunCap in its solar leasing program.
St. John, in the U.S. Virgin Islands, is the most recent U.S. island territory to announce the installation of a PV system consisting of U.S.-made panels.
A 1-megawatt solar farm facility 100 miles outside of Atlanta begins pumping out power, becoming Georgia’s largest privately held ground-mounted system.
A $141-million-dollar loan courtesy of the U.S. Department of Energy will allow renewable energy manufacturer Suniva to construct a new solar manufacturing plant in Michigan.