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Solar Thermal Energy for The Delano

Residential Solar Panels, Solar Service,Installation

2745 29th Street NW Washington, DC 20008. Photo © Tony Powell. April 17, 2012

WASHINGTON, DC:  The Delano, an upscale Apartment complex in downtown Washington DC, now has a solar thermal system providing a large portion of the building’s hot water supply.

Working in conjunction with Skyline Innovations, a third party solar developer, SES designed and installed a system that will offset a large portion of the building’s conventional gas-powered water heating system.  The solar system consists of 32 solar thermal panels and a 3,200 gallon solar storage tank, as well as a 200 gallon buffer tank.

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Register now for MDV-SEIA 2012 Solar Conference

REGISTRATION OPEN NOW! MDV-SEIA 2012 SOLAR CONFERENCE

Anybody who’s anybody in the Mid-Atlantic’s solar industry will be at the upcoming MDV-SEIA’S 6th Annual Solar Conference on November 27th & 28th 2012. Guest speaker include ex-CIA director James Woolsey as well as many other industry leaders.

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Frederick County Detention Center to get Solar Heating

COUNTY DETENTION CENTER TO GET SOLAR HEATING

The Frederick County Adult Detention Center is going green as work has begun on the installation of a solar power array that officials hope will save the county money in the long run.

The roof-mounted system will be used to heat water for the jail, which Lt. Keith Welty, commander of fiscal services, said is one of the counties largest users of hot water…

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DC Apartments Go Solar Thermal

WASHINGTON, DC:  The installation of a solar water heating system was completed today at an apartment building on Tunlaw Road in downtown Washington, DC.

The solar thermal system was designed and installed by Solar Energy Services, Inc., a Maryland- based solar installer, in partnership with Skyline Innovations, a DC-based third party solar developer.

The system includes 58 flat plate solar thermal collectors, a 3,200 gallon solar storage tank, and a 200 gallon buffer tank.  It is expected to greatly offset the building’s natural gas water heating system.

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Annapolis Housing Authority Installs Solar on Housing Complex

ANNAPOLIS, MD:  Solar Energy Services, Inc. completed the installation of a series of solar thermal systems across 11 housing complexes owned by the Annapolis Housing Authority.

SES was engaged by third party solar developer, Skyline Innovations, to design, install and commission the solar thermal systems that will greatly offset the conventional gas heating systems.

Collectively, the solar water heating systems consist of 180 panels split between Harbor House and Glenwood Highrise, two of HACA’s six public housing communities, which together house approximately 2,000 people.  The solar system is expected to offset utility costs by around 30% annually.