RBI Solar will be in attendance at the BuildingEnergy NYC Conference + Trade Show, NYC’s fastest-growing event for professionals and practitioners working on energy efficiency initiatives and high performance buildings.
Hosted by the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA), this year’s event will be held on November 3rd at the TKP New York Conference Center. Established in 2012 and growing exponentially each year, BuildingEnergy NYC has distinguished itself as the place where New York’s architects, engineers, policy-makers, building operators, realtors, builders, energy professionals, and educators come together to share best practices and biggest challenges, with the end goal of making the buildings and infrastructure of this city even better.
This year’s event is expected to attract nearly 700 solar industry professionals and features sessions on codes & standards, policy, finance, energy strategies, and much more.
We’d love to see you at booth #18 to discuss opportunities for solar mounting systems amid the recent launch of NYC’s ambitious new Energy Code. To register for the event, visit http://nesea.org/conference/buildingenergy-nyc.
SEIA recently released its fifth annual Solar Means Business report, which tracks solar adoptions by some of the largest corporations in the US. This year’s top 10 commercial solar-goers list saw Target nab the top spot from long-standing leader Walmart.
Competition aside, the Solar Means Business report 2016 offered a lot of insight into the state of commercial solar, how we interact with corporate solar in our daily lives, and where the industry can improve. Read the rest of this entry »
Some may think that solar farms are a hindrance to agriculture by taking up usable land. But the town of Carver, Massachusetts is proving that going solar doesn’t have to mean giving up growing. Read the rest of this entry »
We’ve been growing like crazy over here! In the past few weeks, we’ve made several great additions to our solar team, both in our Cincinnati, OH office and our Temecula, CA location.
Hometown: Ross, Ohio
Why did you choose RBI Solar?: It’s a well-organized company with opportunities for growth.
What do you like to do in your free time?: Play rugby and soccer
Fun fact: His nickname is Chewy.
At RBI Solar, we’ve learned a thing or two about designing and constructing a solar carport that is both aesthetically pleasing and efficient. From sports teams, zoos, police stations, and family attractions, we’ve designed carport structures in a variety of styles across the country.
Along the way, we’ve advanced and continue to hone our processes to minimize obstacles and maximize the efficiency of our carport structures.
You can find some of these development strategies in Solar Builder magazine’s September/October feature titled “Park-onomics”. In this feature, you’ll find several keys from our structural engineer and project manager Mike Slack to make your solar carport project a success, including site conditions and project phasing.
To read the “Park-onomics” feature in full, subscribe to the digital or print addition of Solar Builder magazine here.