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Michael Orndorff is building a 17,100-SF, $1.9 million town square that he hopes will revitalize the Pettaway neighborhood in Little Rock.
Construction / Real Estate

Developers Bringing New Life to LR’s Pettaway NeighborhoodLock Icon

The area south of Interstate 630 to East Roosevelt Road and west of I-30 to Main Street is where a multimillion-dollar apartment project is taking shape. read more >
Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde speaks during a flip-the-switch ceremony for Today Power's new solar project at the Pulaski County Detention Center.
Energy / Government & Politics

County Dedicates First of 2 Solar Projects With Today’s Power

County Judge Barry Hyde flipped the switch on a new 756-panel solar project Tuesday at the Pulaski County Detention Center near the State Fairgrounds in Little Rock, and Today’s Power Inc. joined him in basking in the glow. read more >
Adam Fogleman
Construction

Pulaski, Washington Counties Plan Solar Savings for Taxpayers

After four years of looking at options, Pulaski County has put solar power "squarely in the pipeline" with a bid proposal for building a multimillion-dollar sun farm on county property, a project expected to save taxpayers 25-35% on an electric bill that once ran $1.2 million a year. read more >
Mark Cayce, Ouachita Electric’s CEO, shows off a display on the benefits of efficient lighting, a key part of the co-op’s PAYS program.
Construction / Education / Government & Politics / Manufacturing / Nonprofits

A Champion of Solar Rises In South: Ouachita ElectricLock Icon

As CEO of Ouachita Electric Cooperative Corp. in Camden, Mark Cayce has seen the light, and it is solar. He has made sun power a cornerstone of innovative programs serving a high-tech corner of Arkansas: the defense manufacturing cluster in East Camden, home to a 12-megawatt solar array that was the largest in the state when it was built three years ago. read more >
State Sen. David Wallace, R-Leachville (right), with Katie Laning Niebaum, director of the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association, and Alan Hope, CEO of Powers of Arkansas.
 
Construction / Energy / Government & Politics

Solar Advocates, Audubon Trumpet Bill to Let Nonprofits Reap Savings

Adam Fogleman, Pulaski County's attorney, a wide-ranging coalition of counties, environmentalists and renewable energy industry players back new net metering legislation. read more >
Arkansas PSC Chairman Ted Thomas answers questions concerning the state's path forward in the wake of the EPA's Clean Power Plan final rule.
Agriculture & Poultry / Energy / Government & Politics / Manufacturing

Solar Power Rate Debate Draws Crowd to PSC

The Arkansas attorney general's office came down squarely on the side of utility companies Thursday morning as the state Public Service Commission heard testimony on whether rooftop solar customers should get less compensation for the excess power they put onto the electrical grid. read more >
Barry Hyde
Construction / Energy / Government & Politics / Legal / Real Estate

PACE Expands Improvement District Model

The Preserve at Aldersgate in Little Rock will be the first major Arkansas project taking advantage of Property Assessed Clean Energy financing. read more >
Adam Fogleman
Energy / Government & Politics / Legal

Pulaski County Wants To Catch Rays, Not Solar Catch-22

Pulaski County’s lawyers see solar energy as an enticing way for businesses and county government itself to cut their electric bills, but they’ve encountered a kind of legal sunblock. read more >