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US Solar at CREF 2014

The Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum (CREF) 2014 was filled with inspirational conversation, valuable education, and broadened perspectives. Three days of presentations, panels, and conversations covered a multitude of different topics in the renewable energy world, but a strong re-occurring theme was certainly obvious: Education. In a time when the Caribbean energy market is …

USSolar is bringing Trina Solar to the Caribbean

USSolar is bringing Trina Solar to the Caribbean Ft. Lauderdale (October, 2014) – Educational sponsor USSolar Institute is excited to showcase its new line up for 2015 at the upcoming Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum (CREF) held in Miami, FL. With the emerging markets found throughout the Caribbean, the time is …

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US Solar Institute selected by CREF to sponsor 2014 Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum Fort Lauderdale, FL (September 24, 2014) – The Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum (CREF) has recently selected US Solar Institute (USSI) as the Caribbean Solar Education Sponsor for the upcoming international forum, to take place in Miami, Florida. …

US Solar reacts to the Solar World vs China Trade War Please mark the date – June 4th 2014 a day that live in solar industry infamy.  The day that a single company, that is not even a US company in the first place, pushed the entire United States Solar …

US Solar and US Solar Institute to use this weeks Go Solar Fest 2014 conference to showcase its distribution, engineering, procurement, and construction services for the Florida and Caribbean solar PV markets. Fort Lauderdale, FL (Marketwire) June 4, 2014 – At the upcoming June 6th~7th US Solar Go Solar Fest 2014 …

US Solar Is the Best Solar Energy Equipment Distributor in the Caribbean

There are 3 primary factors that determine whether a market is ripe for solar energy: The amount of sunshine (insolation) The price of grid electricity The price of solar (parts and labor) [Some could argue that incentives play an important role as well.  I agree.  But government support in the …

Guaranteed electricity savings, reduced carbon footprints, and predictable payback periods – these are the primary benefits of solar energy. But there are 3 common problems that may disrupt your ability to provide these benefits to customers: – Shoddy workmanship – Inferior parts – Delayed delivery   As the Caribbean solar …

Florida-based USSolar to become the leading distributor of SnapNrack’s premier PV mounting technology throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. Fort Lauderdale, FL – March 6, 2014 – USSolar has just struck a new partnership agreement with SnapNrack – a California-based manufacturer of mounting and racking equipment for solar PV systems.  …

SolarEdge Strengthens Ties with Their Elite Distributor, USSolar

SolarEdge Strengthens Elite Distributor USSolar to spearhead distribution and expansion of its high-performance PV inverters throughout the Caribbean and Americas. Fort Lauderdale, FL – March 5, 2014 – Florida-based solar training school, USSolar, already has a long history with SolarEdge’s high performance PV inverters and monitoring systems: The Department of …

USSolar Institute to use the Mia Green 2014 conference to showcase

USSolar Institute to use the Mia Green 2014 conference to showcase its distribution, engineering, procurement, and construction services for the Caribbean solar PV markets. Miami, FL (Marketwire) February 20, 2014 – At the upcoming February 27~28th Mia Green 2014 conference in Miami, Florida.  The US Solar Institute (USSolar) will showcase their …

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