Newsday.com Published: December 6, 2013 2:33 PM Restricted Land Turned to Productive Use Generating Clean Energy Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) December 06, 2013 DuPont today hosted a celebration of the startup of a 548 kilowatt, five-acre solar installation on a former Superfund landfill site in Newport, Del. The solar installation, located at 205 South James Street, Newport, Del., will produce enough electricity to power 60 homes in the Newport community. It will generate about 729,000 kilowatt hours of power per year. After successfully completing remediation at the Newport site, and with the support of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the […]
Solar projects on former brownfields will rank among state’s largest Oct. 28, 2013 7:31 PM Written by Arron Nathans, The News Journal Two solar projects under construction in northern Delaware, both on former brownfields, are expected to rank among the biggest such arrays in New Castle County. The larger project, which will produce 2 megawatts of power, is nearly complete on 7 acres of industrial land at Seventh and Industrial Streets in downtown Wilmington, near the Kalmar Nyckel tall ship. A megawatt is a snapshot measure roughly equal to the amount of power it takes to run 750 homes at any one moment. […]
Dave Turner, COO of Tangent, said the solar panels on the Port Richmond roof could cover one-and-a-half football fields.
He said the company’s expertise is helping large energy users — like the city of New York and the DEP plant in particular — integrate clean energy generation into their systems.
“On hot summer days when energy demand reaches peak levels, centralized generation is maxed out and transmission distribution lines are stressed, distribution generation facilities like these provide a cost-effective way to maintain system reliability without relying on costly fossil fuels,” he said.
Article excerpt from Distributed Energy Magazine by Lyn Corum, January 16 2013. Read full article here. Schools and universities are taking command of their energy use in ways that reveal a phenomenal sophistication and innovation. School District Sells Power Into PJM Tangent Energy Servicess Web-based active management platform began managing electricity demand at Bethlehem Area School District buildings on June 1, says Mark Stein, the school districts director of facilities and operations. The school district selected Tangent after looking at several proposals, he says. Bethlehems school district in Pennsylvania educates 14,000 students in 22 school buildings. Those plus an additional three […]
By Mike Gaffneyemail@example.com Saugus Advertiser Posted Dec 17, 2012 @ 08:00 AM Read more: Saugus to explore feasibility of solar panels – Saugus, MA – Saugus Advertiser http://www.wickedlocal.com/saugus/news/x1926898124/Saugus-to-explore-feasibility-of-solar-panels#ixzz2FJr1mEwb Saugus — The Board of Selectmen authorized Town Manager Scott Crabtree to negotiate with a company that wants to put solar panels in town. Tangent Energy Solutions has approached the town about placing solar panels on a flat surfaces, such as the capped Main Street landfill or rooftops. Crabtree said the next step is to discuss the feasibility of partnering with the company on the initiative. At the Dec. 4 selectmen meeting Crabtree asked […]
Exerpt from The Exchange – A Yahoo! Finance Blog By Tim Sprinkle | The Exchange — Tue, Nov 13, 2012 3:47 PM EST “The renewable-energy industry has been politicized so much that I don’t think anyone can see the long-term strategy anymore,” says Dean Musser, CEO of Tangent Energy Solutions. “It’s a boom and bust cycle right now.” The problem, Musser explains, is that government incentives have created a “gold rush” mentality among many in the industry, with providers moving from state to state as credit programs are created, overbuilt and then allowed to expire. It’s a difficult model to sustain, especially for the startups that […]
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio, Sept. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Construction has begun on a new $7 million solar installation to supply clean energy at the office campus of Assurant Specialty Property, one of Springfield’s largest employers. Crews will install more than 6,200 solar panels on the roof at Assurant’s campus off East Leffel Lane, as well as atop 15 new solar carports in the parking area. Once completed, the 1.76 megawatt project is planned to produce more than 1.9 million kilowatt hours of solar power each year — making it the Springfield-Dayton area’s largest solar installation… read CNBC article here
By Jenny Wagner firstname.lastname@example.org VANPORT TWP. — As you drive through Beaver County, the sight of rusted steel frame buildings and abandoned brownfield sites are reminders of a once-thriving industrial past. Soon, however, those who pass by Eaton Corp. on Georgetown Lane in Vanport Township will get a glimpse of the areas bright future in the renewable energy industry. On Monday, the company will begin a project to install what will be the largest solar energy array in western Pennsylvania on property adjacent to the 500,000-square-foot plant, company officials said. The ground-mounted system will include solar panels made by Motech […]
Joe Petrucci of the Keystone Edge reports: Kennett Square-based Tangent Energy Solutions, an energy solutions provider that manages commercial and industrial customers’ energy resources during peak demand periods, and Pittsburgh cloud provider Sierra w/o Wires, were big winners at last Friday’s TechQuest Awards in Harrisburg. Tangent Energy Solutions earned Growth Company of the Year, besting finalists Red Privet and Phoenix Contact. Sierra w/o Wires took home the other big prize, Technology Company of the Year, besting Hewlett Packard Company and Department of Public Welfare and DSS. Just last month Tangent Energy Solutions announced a three-year deal with Colonial School District […]
Market Watch reports: EnerTech Capital is pleased to announce that Scott Ungerer has been asked to broaden his role within the National Institute of Standards and Technologys (NIST) Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP) to become Chairman of a new working group. As the head of the Business Sustainment Plan Working Group, Ungerer will lead the planning and implementation of the transition of the SGIP from a fully government-funded entity toward a privately-funded organization. “Im very excited to have this new and more involved role with the SGIP,” said Ungerer. “Efficient energy use and Grid reliability, interactivity and functionality are all […]