Tag: pv

solar panels in front of Keck dome

Solar Panels at High Altitude on Hawaii’s Big Island

February 01, 2021

In an effort to reduce their carbon footprint and in line with their desire to be “good stewards of the planet,” the W. M. Keck Observatory on Hawaii’s Big Island now has 332 solar panels. The panels will provide 259.1 MWh of power annually, or about 10-15% of the observatory’s energy requirements. Duke Energy’s REC […]

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NYC Requires Sustainable Roofing Zones

July 01, 2020

All newly constructed buildings and all buildings undergoing a complete roof deck or roof assembly replacement in all five boroughs of New York City must now have a “sustainable roofing zone,” under Local Laws 92 and 94, which took effect in November. As part of the Climate Mobilization Act, this means a photovoltaic (PV) electricity […]

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