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Solar Power

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Solar Power, from most recent to least.

Catholic University Proposes DC’s Largest Solar Array

Catholic University Proposes DC’s Largest Solar Array

Nena Perry-Brown | October 20th 2021

The 25-acre array will produce a quarter of the university's current annual energy consumption. ... read »

A Tesla Town?

A Tesla Town?

Nena Perry-Brown | July 12th 2021

In partnership with Brookfield and Dacra, the town would be "the first Tesla Solar neighborhood." ... read »

A Large Solar Farm is Pitched in Montgomery County

A Large Solar Farm is Pitched in Montgomery County

Nena Perry-Brown | July 12th 2021

The panels would produce roughly 1,950 kW AC for Pepco's power grid to benefit area residents. ... read »

A Proposed Change Would Prohibit New Construction in DC From Blocking Solar Panels

A Proposed Change Would Prohibit New Construction in DC From Blocking Solar Panels

UrbanTurf Staff | October 15th 2019

The DC Zoning Commission will consider an amendment to the zoning code later this month which will prevent new construction from obstructing the... read »

The Future of Solar Power in DC is On Capitol Hill

The Future of Solar Power in DC is On Capitol Hill

UrbanTurf Staff | August 30th 2019

A new analysis reveals that three DC neighborhoods are outpacing the rest of the city when it comes to solar installations.  ... read »

A Battery in Every Apartment

A Battery in Every Apartment

UrbanTurf Staff | August 27th 2019

An apartment complex in the works in Utah will offer a form of crowd-sourcing for solar energy.  ... read »

Metro’s Solar Plan Would Bring Power to 1,500 DC Homes

Metro’s Solar Plan Would Bring Power to 1,500 DC Homes

UrbanTurf Staff | July 17th 2019

Metro announced on Wednesday a proposal to install solar panels at four Metro-owned facilities in the DC area. ... read »

A Solar Panel Primer for DC Residents

A Solar Panel Primer for DC Residents

Nena Perry-Brown | April 17th 2019

UrbanTurf takes a look at the options DC homeowners and residents have to take advantage of solar power. ... read »

Office of Planning Moves to Bring Solar Power to Every DC Neighborhood

Office of Planning Moves to Bring Solar Power to Every DC Neighborhood

Nena Perry-Brown | February 8th 2019

Two weeks after a community solar installation was applied for in Ward 8, the Office of Planning is proposing similar projects as by-right across the... read »

A Proposed Solar Array Would Deliver Power to Ward 8

A Proposed Solar Array Would Deliver Power to Ward 8

Nena Perry-Brown | January 25th 2019

GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic is proceeding with a zoning application which would pave the way for construction of a "Community Renewable Energy... read »

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