GroundWork will be in attendance at MIREC Week 2017 in Mexico City May 8th – 12th. Contact Cameron@grndwork.com to set up a meeting. Viva la Mexico!
Congratulations to GroundWork client EDF Renewable Energy, that recently launched a new distributed energy business unit, Distributed Electricity and Storage (DES), marking their entry into the C&I market. DES will focus on providing electricity and energy storage from plants up to 30MW.
GroundWork will be attending and presenting at Solar Asset Management-North America March 28th and 29th in San Francisco. We will be presenting on March 29th at 2PM in Session 7C – Soiling. Please contact us to set up a meeting, and come by our session to hear about GroundWork’s PVSOIL soiling system used in both resource assessment as well as in the operating plant.
GroundWork client Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) recently doubled its previous plan to add four solar plants to the grid in Florida by 2018, bringing the total to 8 new plants generating nearly 600MW in all. Read more about FPL’s announcement here.
Please join GroundWork and Clean Power Research on March 1st at 10AM PST for a webinar discussing how quality satellite and ground measurement campaigns can significantly impact project value during the development stage. Register here.
The US solar market far exceeded expectations by installing 14,626 MW in 2016, nearly doubling the record amount installed in 2015. These numbers make solar the #1 source of new electricity generating capacity on an annual basis. Read more about solar’s impressive growth here.
GroundWork’s commitment to diligence in all aspects related to safety earns our shop UL certification of our enclosures for MET stations and equipment. Learn more about UL certification here.
An Energy and Employment report from the U.S. Department of Energy determined that the solar power industry employed 43 percent of the Electric Power Generation sector’s workforce in 2016, while fossil fuels combined accounted for just 22 percent.
GroundWork Renewables is chosen by the World Bank Group to be included in their Solar Measurement Roster of Firms for the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program program (ESMAP). Learn more about the global initiative here.