RESEDA, Calif., July 30, 2014 – Community leaders and representatives from Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s and Congressman Brad Sherman‘s offices were on hand for the unveiling of a new solar hot water system, fully financed and installed by Skyline Innovations for WNC Community Preservation Partners.
by Katherine Ling, E&E Publishing
Skyline Innovations, Everyday Energy, Grid Alternatives and other advocates would like to see other states set aside funding for low-income renewable energy programs, although they say providing renewable energy for affordable housing is still workable without the incentives, as demonstrated in their projects in Colorado and Washington, D.C.
Los Angeles, CA – Skyline Innovations, a leading developer and financier of commercial-scale solar energy systems, has partnered with Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future (SAHF) as a solar financier and project developer for its members. SAHF is comprised of eleven social enterprise nonprofits, whose members provide high quality and affordable multifamily homes for low-income families, seniors, and individuals with disabilities.
Latest solar thermal installation will include biobased fluid made with Susterra® 1,3-propanediol from DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products
WILMINGTON, Del., January 22, 2014 – DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products has collaborated with Skyline Innovations, Inc. to launch the company’s first solar thermal installation using a heat transfer fluid based on Susterra® 1,3-propanediol. Susterra® propanediol offers solar thermal equipment owners a high performing, biobased glycol which can improve energy efficiency and reduce maintenance costs.
by Cameron Walker, State & Local Energy Report
Incentives like these have been a boon for Washington DC–based Skyline Innovations, which finances and develops solar thermal systems for midsize customers—including multifamily low-income housing. Working with the Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis in Maryland, the company installed 10 systems for the Harbor House development last year, offsetting an equivalent of 486 megawatt-hours annually.
by Anne Fischer, Solar Novus Today
In the past, solar and condos have not had a good relationship because many condominium associations veto the installation of any type of solar. But in Maryland (US) the Greenbriar Condominiums is a unique community in that it has a sustainability plan. The 1,192-unit community in Greenbelt, Maryland is getting its electrical needs met 100% by wind power and recently flipped the switch on a 59-collector solar hot water system that uses state-of-the-art, low-cost technology.
by Jamie Anfenson-Comeau, Gazette
Skyline Innovations, a Washington D.C.-based company developing low-cost, commercial-scale solar hot water systems, was the recipient of a Maryland Game Changer grant for its project to install solar collector systems at Greenbriar Condominiums in Greenbelt, according to a news release.
Skyline Innovations Continues to Break New Ground in Renewable Energy Sector with Installation of Award-Winning, Low-Cost Solar Hot Water Technology to Northeast Condominium Community
WASHINGTON, DC – Skyline Innovations, a national leader in the development and financing of commercial-scale solar hot water systems, continues to break new ground with its completion of a system that uses award-winning, low-cost technology for a 1,192-unit Maryland condominium community.
by Frank Andorka, Solar Power World
Washington D.C.’s city council members and representatives from the District Department of Regulatory Affairs and the District Department of the Environment were on hand for the ribbon cutting of a new solar hot water system developed by the DC Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU) and Skyline Innovations. The system installed at One Hawaii Avenue N.E. is expected to save money for the building.
System Enables Building & Residents to Go Solar and Reduce Energy Costs
WASHINGTON, DC – Today city council members and representatives from the District Department of Regulatory Affairs and the District Department of the Environment were on hand for the unveiling of a new solar hot water system developed by the DC Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU) and Skyline Innovations. The system installed at One Hawaii Avenue N.E. is expected to save more than $2,300 per year.