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FALL 2020


Nevada solar project faces tough soil conditions: McCarthy Building Companies faced some very difficult rocky conditions on the 61.17 MW Turquoise Solar project in Sparks, Nevada, with the project site on approximately 180 acres of igneous rock. The project's owner, Greenbacker Renewable Energy Company, called TerraSmart, known for its proven ability to forge into arduous soils with its proprietary ground screw foundation, into the picture, and the company installed the solar racking foundation, and utilized its array of turnkey solar services to help expedite the project's construction schedule.

Dynamic Energy completes phase 2 of largest solar project on Nantucket: As part of Bartlett's Farm's ongoing commitment to sustainability and grid reliability on the Nantucket Island, Dynamic Energy recently completed a 1.4 MW ground-mounted solar installation. This project is adjacent to a 595 kW system that Dynamic Energy designed and constructed for Bartlett's Farm in 2016.

The sweet sounds of turbines on the Amadeus wind project deliver clean energy to Texans: BayWa's 250 MW Amadeus wind farm, located on 25,000 acres of federal, state and privately held lands, is expected to come into operation in the fourth quarter of this year, and will generate enough clean energy to power 75,000 Texan homes annually.

Non-profit taps into solar power: A solar array installed at a YMCA in Oregon, with a grant from Pacific Power's Blue Sky program, is already saving money for the non-profit organization, lowering energy costs by more than 10 percent per month-and it was installed by YMCA member, Peter Greenburg, of Energy Lighting Inc., who has installed numerous solar power systems around the world.

Ask the Experts: The question we ask of renewable energy experts in the FALL issue is: The solar power industry has made tremendous progress in the U.S. in the last decade. What do you think was the single biggest initiative that has moved solar power forward over that period of time, and why?

Guest Column: FTC Solar's Nagendra Cherukupalli on how the solar power industry is looking forward to meeting its ambitious goals-and powering the U.S. to a cleaner energy future.

Guest Column: Paul Wiener, vice-president of strategic marketing, GaN Systems , on GaN (gallium nitride) technology and the move towards a more renewable energy world.

Guest Column: Jeff Colvin, Executive Vice President of Sales, MP2 Energy LLC, a Shell Energy North America subsidiary , on why the right retail energy provider is important for meeting long-term sustainability goals.

Guest Column: Daniel Stevens of Axis Insurance , on how the race to hit the U.S. wind PTC deadline amid pandemic could increase risk of accidents and quality issues.

For The Record: John Smirnow of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) says it's time to invest in the promise of American renewable energy manufacturing, for the U.S. to hit the target of 100 gigawatts of domestic renewable energy manufacturing capacity by 2030.

Plus… On the Wire, Advances, Numbers …

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Guest Column: Expect more from your inverter supplier
By Ed Heacox

Guest Column: Getting the most out of wind turbines with the right lubricant

Guest Column: COVID-19 is helping solve one of renewable energy's biggest problems
By Chris Kimmett

Public school solar power
By Tony Kryzanowski

Shopping under solar power
By Diane Mettler

Penn State powers up-with solar
By Robin Brunet

Texas is a leader in wind power by a country mile
By Paul MacDonald

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enerG is an exciting bimonthly magazine that delivers the big picture and bright future of the fastest growing industry-renewable energy-in North America. Its mission is to provide up-to-date information on renewable energy sources, and strategies on how to use our current resources to generate more environmentally friendly power.

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