Government Solar Photovoltaic

Solar energy has emerged as major component in the energy portfolio of federal, state and local government agencies.

 

Each government array is custom engineered and installed with each client’s individual needs in mind. Alliance Energy Group aims to help municipalities lower their energy costs and reduce their carbon footprint while communicating a strong message of environmental stewardship to their community. Alliance Energy Group works closely to understand and address the energy needs of our municipal and government clients. This local knowledge and expertise, combined with our global technology network, allows us to provide government clients with a high-efficiency solar system designed to their specific needs.

 

Solar power is becoming cheaper and ever more ubiquitous. Alliance Energy Group knows that solar power will be one of the top stories of the decade. As the market matures, it will be municipalities that adopted solar technology early that will stand out as renewable energy leaders and will benefit from the most expansive financial subsidies. Be a state and community leader and support our renewable future with pure, solar energy.

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Another Record Year For Installations 4,400 MW of PV are forecasted to come online throughout 2013, which represents 30% growth over 2012 installation totals. 2013 will be a record year for CSP as over 900 MW are expected to be commissioned by years end. Cumulative PV capacity is projected to surpass 10 GW by years end.

 

U.S. Market Installs 832 Megawatts in Q2; Grows 15% Over Last Quarter The U.S. solar market had its second largest quarter in history. The industry installed 832 MW of photovoltaic (PV) capacity, up15% over deployment levels in Q1 2013. The utility PV market drove much of the growth in Q2 2013 with over450 MW of projects commissioned in the quarter.

 

Falling Costs Make Solar More Affordable Than Ever The average cost of a completed PV system dropped by 11 percent over the past year to $3.05. The average price of a solar panel has declined by 60 percent since the beginning of 2011.