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Dynamic Energy completed the installation of a 271 kW roof mount solar energy system at the Keystone Cap Company' facility in Pennsauken, New Jersey. The system is expected to generate energy to offset more than 240 tons of carbon dioxide, the equivalent of offsetting emissions from 572,666 miles driven by a passenger vehicle or the amount sequestered by nearly 1.9 acres of U.S. forests.
The Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York has completed two solar projects across nearly 112,000 square feet of warehouse space in Albany and the Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson, in Orange County. The power generated by the system will help meet 60% of the facilities’ electricity needs and will lead to an estimated savings of approximately $520,000 over a 25-year power purchase agreement.
Dynamic Energy Solutions, LLC and the New York State Grange are pleased to announce that a solar panel system is now helping to meet a portion of the electricity needs of Grange’s Cortland Headquarters, in Central New York. The Cortland County Grange, which operates the New York State Grange Museum, just completed a project with Dynamic Energy, a leading New York […]
Solar energy projects just got a little sweeter; Smarties Candy and Dynamic Energy complete a 674 kW project on Smarties's New Jersey manufacturing facility.
SunStream Hudson, which owns and operates solar projects, and Dynamic Energy Solutions, a turnkey solar engineering and construction company, have begun building 5.3MW of solar in New York. The system is expected to be operational in August 2016. The project will be the largest healthcare-based solar system in New York and will contain about 16,000 […]
Distributed generation and solar industry leader, Dynamic Energy, continues expansion with the addition of Daniel Dus as Chief Development Officer.
Dynamic Energy Solutions recently announced the availability of over $125 million to fund a Solar Project Acquisition Program to provide greater access to funding and development resources to build commercial scale solar projects in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions.
If your school isn’t using solar power, you may be missing out on major budget savings—and a powerful learning platform for students in STEM disciplines. Thousands of U.S. schools are using solar energy to power their facilities, generating budget savings of $77.8 million each year. But that’s only part of the equation.
Advocates at Solar Power Rocks recently ranked U.S. states for solar affordability, report cards included, and New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Connecticut aced the test. Find out what these states are doing to make solar investments pay
Dynamic recently unveiled one of New York’s largest solar power systems at Skidmore College. Using 6,950 ground-mounted solar panels to create clean energy, Skidmore’s new system guarantees energy savings for the next 20 years – and in the process cuts harmful emissions equivalent to taking 412 cars off the road annually. The best part? Skidmore got their system with zero upfront costs.