(June 9, 2017) Advocates for Georgia’s solar industry say President Donald Trump’s decision to pull the United States out of the Paris climate agreement likely won’t have a major impact in the Peach State. “The Georgia solar market is being driven by economics,” said Jason Rooks, spokesman for the Georgia Solar Energy Industries Association. “Solar’s going [...]
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(June 2, 2017) President Donald Trump’s decision to start backing out of the Paris climate pact drew outrage from environmentalists and the alternative energy industry, but some business experts said it may be hard to see local effects. Trump’s move is based in “ideology and not science,” said James Marlow, president and co-founder of [...]
(May 12, 2017) Radiance told the Atlanta Business Chronicle, in a story about Atlanta setting a goal for 100 percent clean energy, that “While clean energy isn’t cheap, rapid technological advances have brought down the costs of renewable power substantially. Solar energy prices have fallen 80 percent in just eight years. Today, solar is [...]
(May 2, 2017) WSB-TV talked with Radiance Solar's James Marlow about the proposed tariff on imported solar panels. Watch here
On an appropriately sunny Friday afternoon, Bulldog Movers officially dedicated a 50 kWdc solar installation on the roof of its Atlanta headquarters at Atlanta’s Spaghetti Junction intersection. The array was designed and constructed with Georgia products and expertise from Radiance Solar and Suniva. Atlanta’s Radiance Solar was the designer and builder for the project, [...]
Radiance Solar is excited to be named to the Inc. 5000 list of America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies. The Inc.5000 ranks the top 5,000 fastest- growing companies in the United States, comparing growth from 2012 to 2015. The Atlanta-based solar power company has grown over 100% in the past three years. http://www.inc.com/profile/radiance-solar [...]
City approves contractor for solar project By Deborah Bennett Millen News editor During a recent meeting of Millen City Council, a bid from Radiance Solar was approved for the city’s solar project. The $940,976 bid was the only one received for the project. It was noted that the bid, along with the development cost [...]
Radiance has been chosen by Tampa based Seminole Electric Power Cooperative to design and build its first community solar facility. The 2.8MWDC project, also located in central Florida, will incorporate NEXTracker's state-of-the-art single axis tracking technology.
Based in Murfreesboro, Middle Tennessee EMC (MTEMC) has tapped Radiance Solar to build a 1MWDC solar plant to launch their community solar program. With ground breaking on August 15, the project is expected to be the first of several solar installs across their territory and is part of MTEMC's participation in the TVA Renewables Program. [...]
For the fifth consecutive year, Radiance Solar is ranked among the nation's top solar companies, this year at 68th. Solar Power World, the industry's leading publication, recognizes North American businesses that provide services in the commercial, utility and residential segments. July 26, 2016 - Solar Power World, the industry’s leading business-to-business publication, today announced the [...]