Increased NC County Tax Revenue from Solar Development

Sustainability Symposium of Southeastern NC @ Brunswick Community College

Green State Power is an exhibitor at the 3rd Annual Sustainability Symposium in Wilmington, NC. This event will explore the impact that energy and water are having on local businesses and communities, while discussing decision making for economic development, entrepreneurial opportunities, innovation and long range planning. Speakers will look at the future of energy in the […]

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FOX 8: Repeal of NC Renewable Energy Law

Green State Power President, Will Stewart, spoke with FOX 8 WGHP reporter, Mitch Carr, on Thursday afternoon regarding House Bill 298 which would repeal the NC Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (REPS). Green State Power spoke with Mitch on the roof of Greensboro Plumbing Supply, where they installed 55 kW of solar PV […]

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NC Sustanaible Energy Installation Association

Action Needed! NC Clean Energy Under Attack!

Betsy McCorkle, Director of Government Affairs at the NC Sustainable Energy Association, along with Green State Power, encourage all supporters of the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (REPS) to contact their representatives immediately and let them know that NC voters are in favor of renewable energy. Dear NCSEA Members and Supporters,   As you may […]

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NC Ranked No. 1 in Creating Clean Energy Jobs in Q4

In a report released by Environmental Entrepreneurs North Carolina announced more than 10,800 clean energy jobs in 2012, ranked second, behind California, for the greatest number of “green” jobs created in the last year. With respect to the fourth quarter of 2012, North Carolina was the leader in clean energy job creation throughout the country. North Carolina announced […]

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Renewable Energy: 100% of Electric Capacity in January 2013

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission released their Energy Infrastructure Update for January 2013. This report contained encouraging statistics regarding renewable energy for the first month of 2013: ALL of the new generating capacity added within the U.S. in January 2013 was renewable. Image courtesy of Philip Bump, Grist.org The graphs above helps to visualize these […]

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NC Sustanaible Energy Installation Association

NCSEA Report Shows Clean Energy’s Positive Impact on NC Economy

A report released earlier today by the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA) highlights the positive impact that clean energy has on the North Carolina economy, as well as utility rates throughout the state. NCSEA commissioned RTI International and La Capra Associates, Inc. to complete, “an economic analysis of the impacts of clean energy policy […]

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GSP: Integrating Solar PV into New Home Construction

Green State Power has recently completed a number of residential solar installs for newly constructed houses in and around Pinehurst, NC. Installing a residential solar array on an existing home is common and is an upgrade that many homeowners are making. But installing the solar array on a home that is under construction can be […]

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Progress Energy Solar PV Installation

Apply for Your Solar Rebate Before the End of the Year!

Residential solar rebates are being reduced and time is almost up to apply and lock in current prices.  Contact Green State Power before the end of the year and we can help you qualify for the existing rebate! According to a recent announcement from Progress Energy Carolinas, the upfront rebate offered by the SunSense Residential […]

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Solar Farms Splash Installation Company

Farmers Grow Profits with a New Crop: Solar Panels

Farmers and land owners throughout North Carolina are starting to fully realize the financial and environmental benefits of solar installations on their property. Many farmers are supplementing their annual income by leasing portions of their land to solar installers throughout the state. In an article republished by the News & Observer, author Sammy Fretwell reveals […]

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NCSEA Study Finds Decline in Solar Costs

A new report, completed by the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association, found that, “conventional electricity costs have increased by an annual average of approximately 3 percent over the past decade.” The study then reported, “the national trend for the cost of solar photovoltaics (PV) panels and their subcomponents has declined by 37 percent from 2008 […]

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