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Green State Power to Install Duke University’s Solar Carport

Green State Power is featured as the contractor in an article on DukeTODAY, featuring Duke University’s solar carport project. Article link : https://today.duke.edu/2018/03/research-drive-garage-goes-solar   PUBLISHED MARCH 15, 2018 IN WORKING@DUKE, CAMPUS RESEARCH DRIVE GARAGE GOES SOLAR Decisions made a decade ago help solar project come together Once complete, the solar panels on top of the Research Drive Parking Garage will […]

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Green State Power on Spectrum News Re: Solar Tariff

Green State Power’s Will Stewart was interviewed regarding the new tariff and its impact on the solar industry. http://spectrumlocalnews.com/nc/triad/news/2018/01/29/new-tariff-on-solar-imports-may-affect-north-carolina-s-growing-solar-industry   NEW TARIFF ON SOLAR IMPORTS MAY AFFECT NORTH CAROLINA’S GROWING SOLAR INDUSTRY By Rilwan Balogun  |  January 29, 2018 @10:21 PM NORTH CAROLINA — Solar energy is a bright spot for the North Carolina economy, the state […]

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GROWTH IN SOLAR POWER BEAT ALL OTHER ENERGY SOURCES IN 2016

“A major new report released Wednesday morning shows that, for the first time ever, 2016 saw solar photovoltaics, or solar PV, take the lead for the fastest electricity capacity growth when compared to any other fuel, beating the net growth in coal.” Read more here: https://goo.gl/sEVc9M  

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Solar Power World

New Solar Bill Signed into Law in NC

North Carolina governor signs comprehensive energy legislation HB 589

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FORTUNE – Solar Installers: Fastest Growing job in US.

FORTUNE says Solar PV Installers are the Fastest Growing Job in the country.  Watch the short video on the link below. http://fortune.com/2017/05/08/solar-panels-fastest-growing-jobs-us/ This Is the Fastest Growing Job in the U.S. This Is the Fastest Growing Job In America Bet you can’t guess what it is. By MADELINE FARBER May 8, 2017 As the solar industry continues […]

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Solar Power World on Green State Power and Utility Scale Solar

Solar Power World has just published an article featuring Green State Power and their work on entering into the development and construction of utility scale solar farms. Green State Power is currently in the final process of closing a sale on their first 6.7 MW utility scale solar farm to be constructed this year.  GSP […]

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NC 4th for solar, GSP one of Top NC EPC Contractors

Duke University released a report last week noting the many benefits solar is bringing to North Carolina. North Carolina is ranked fourth in the US for installed capacity and Green State Power was also included in the report as one of North Carolinas Top EPC Contractors. Just as the report from RTI last April illustrated […]

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2014 Top Solar Contractors

Green State Power selected as one of nations Top Solar Contractors for 2014

Solar Power World recently released their 2014 national rankings of the Top Solar Contractors in the US, and Green State Power (GSP) was included as one of the nations Top Solar Contractors. “America’s solar industry is currently on pace to achieve another record-shattering year,” says Rhone Resch, President and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries […]

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Green State Power in the News

Green State Power Installs Solar on Showcase Home

Green State Power’s work was featured this Sunday in an article in the Winston-Salem Journal.  This Showcase home built by Don Hamrick is one of his many Homes by Hamrick which use 35 to 50% less energy than similar homes.  In addition to being energy efficient and utilizing passive solar to provide 30% of the […]

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Green State Power President featured in Triad Business Journal

Green State Power President Will Stewart was featured in a Triad Business Journal article regarding energy reimbursement rates for solar PV.  Duke Energy currently allows customers to install solar systems on their homes and use all of the power themselves, however they may propose to no long allow this later this year.  Join the NC […]

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