Category: Green Roofs

Solar CEO on Why Relying on Imports is “Unfazed by the New Tariff”

By Scott Cramer As the CEO of a small solar company relying on foreign imports, what I know to be true of our country and the industry in which I work casts a shadow on any frustration I’m supposed to have over the 201…

City of Tomorrow: The Future of Urban Landscaping

Cities are growing and developing rapidly, and it’s changing the way we live. The UN predicts that the urban population worldwide will gradually rise to 70% by 2050, which is an alarming call to reshape our cities in smart ways in order to maintain…

TIU Canada Commissions 10.7 Megawatt Solar Energy Plant in Nikopol

NIKOPOL, Ukraine, Jan. 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ – TIU Canada officially commissioned a 10.7 megawatt solar energy plant in Nikopol, Ukraine on Friday, January 26th.  This project was the first investment from the Canadian side under the Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement (CUFTA) in Ukraine, which…

Solar Shingles State of the Union

While the idea of solar shingles had been around and used small applications, they really first burst onto the commercial market in 2011, it was estimated that they would sell for far less than standard solar panels. Profits were estimated to exceed $10 billion…

Panasonic NextGen 2170 battery with Tesla for Model 3 plus more at CES 2018

Hey all!  CES 2018 is a wrap and the poll results are in. After over 2,500 votes, it’s clear that you all wanted for me to cover the Panasonic NextGen 2170 battery. Tesla and Panasonic have partnered to mass-produce lithium ion battery cells at…