Dynamic Energy is excited to announce its involvement in a workshop organized by CDP, the notable global environmental reporting system, on March 17th in New York, NY at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
Success of NY-Sun has led to surge in solar installations and NYS being ranked fifth in the nation for solar jobs. Dynamic Energy is among the companies awarded new solar projects in New York City.
The 860 kW solar project is one of the largest roof-mounted solar arrays in Connecticut and participates in the Low and Zero Emissions Renewable Energy Credit Program of The Connecticut Light and Power Company (CL&P).
During the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York's Winter Conference, Dynamic Energy staff hosted a weekend workshop session with attendees.
Following the announcement of our completed solar project with DiCarlo Distributors Inc., we are pleased to see food industry trade publications publish pieces on the project's success.
DiCarlo’s PV system involved the installation of a roof-mounted ballasted array consisting of more than 3,000 solar panels. With an anticipated annual production of 1,113,000 kWh, the solar system will effectively eliminate 785 metric tons of CO2 emissions per year.
To better meet the needs of its growing customer base, Dynamic Energy is announcing the addition of additional Energy Services solutions. These include Emergency Backup Generation, Boiler MACT Assessments and Arc Flash Studies.
Dynamic Energy is excited to announce that the company will be in attendance at Solar Power International 13. The October 21st event in Chicago is known as the solar industry’s most powerful, comprehensive educational conference and product exhibition.
On June 4, members of Dynamic Energy presented at Distributed Solar East 2013, a solar energy-focused program hosted in the Almas Temple Club of Washington, DC.
Dynamic Energy recently completed two solar photovoltaic (PV) installations totaling 583 kW for Estes Express Lines. The installations included a 308 kW system at Estes' Elkton, MD terminal and a 275 kW system at Estes' Baltimore, MD terminal.
- The Saratogian
- Natural Resources Defense Council
- Refrigerated Transporter
- Refrigerated & Frozen Foods
- Solar Industry Magazine
- Renewable Energy Focus
- Wall Street Journal
- Times Union
- Electric Energy Online
- Yahoo! Finance
- Clean Technica
- New Energy World Network
- Boston Business Journal
- My Central Jersey
- The Business Journals
- Solar Daily
- Philly Burbs