US Solar Institute Chosen for Military Solar Training at Patrick Air Force Base

2015 represents the fifth consecutive year that the US Solar Institute (USSI) has been serving and training active, transition, and veterans of the United States military branches as one of a very few Licensed Dedicated Solar Colleges that is approved to accept ALL forms of Veteran’s Administration benefits and DOD active military solar training funding. [...]

US Solar to Present at SFAEP

Local, Florida-based solar panel installer company, US Solar, will be presenting at the South Florida Association of Environmental Professionals (SFAEP) June Luncheon. The luncheon will take place Thursday, June 18, and will focus on the financial and environmental benefits of commercial scale solar for Florida businesses. The luncheon will also provide a forum for attending [...]

US Solar Invited to Speak at Intersolar North America

Intersolar, the largest solar conference and expo in North America, is right around the corner, and thousands of photovoltaic professionals are preparing for a full week of conference sessions, industry meetings, and product exhibitions. Florida-based, advanced solar training college US Solar Institute (USSI) will be attending the expo and will also be presenting at the conference. [...]

Solar Panel Installation for Micro Battery in Miami

Solar Panel Installation. Miami, FL – Florida business Micropower Battery Company has officially joined the solar revolution in the Sunshine State! In an effort to reduce their carbon footprint and offset their commercial energy usage, Micropower partnered with local Florida solar installation company Florida Solar One for the installation of a 33kW rooftop solar system. [...]

US Solar Panels Introduces New Online Solar Store

US Solar has launched a new online solar store to meet the increased demand for quality solar equipment in the South East region, as well and the Caribbean, and Latin America. This online solar store is and is the fastest way to order solar equipment from US Solar anywhere, anytime. US Solar has established [...]

USSI Graduates Work on Micropower Battery Solar Install

Solar and batteries have been in the news quite often these days. There has been a lot of market “buzz” lately about the new Tesla Battery, the cost of oil, and the need for more and cleaner battery and storage options. When the graduates of US Solar Institute’s (USSI) advanced solar training program had an [...]

US Solar to Host Solar Networking Event with Women4Solar and FPL

Local South Florida solar school will help with this month's Florida WISE (Women in Solar Energy) event will bring together solar professionals and solar supporters alike, for an evening of networking and cocktails tomorrow, May 21, 2015. The event is hosted by US Solar, and FPL and attendees will include solar pros from all sides of the [...]

Solar Energy Industries Association SEIA Announces Support for ‘New Energy for America Act’

[Repost - Originally published on] WASHINGTON, D.C. - Saying it will provide a big boost to the U.S. economy, while also helping to fight pollution and climate change, the Solar Energy Industries Association SEIA announced its support today for legislation by Rep. Mike Thompson (CA-5) to extend the Investment Tax Credit (ITC) for both [...]

US Solar to Join Miami Young Republicans and Conservatives for Energy Freedom for Event

Conservative college students and young professionals are hosting a town hall meeting with Conservatives for Energy Freedom founder Debbie Dooley and US Solar, showing yet again that solar energy is a bi-partisan issue that young people care about, and that solar options are wanted and supported here in South Florida. Right on the heels of [...]

Let’s Aim for More Solar Spills

Duke Energy, recently in the news for announcing their plans to build additional solar farms, adding to their already existing 150+ MW of installed solar, was in the news for a less cheery reason yesterday afternoon. They pled guilty to a total of nine environmental charges, and agreed to pay $102 million in fines and [...]