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Entegrity’s Flint Richter Discusses Solar Policies Shifting this FallLock Icon

On Oct. 1, the new state policy will cut the credit by about half, from the retail rate utilities charge for power to the wholesale rate they pay for it. read more >
Washington County's 2.01-megawatt, 5,400 panel solar system on its south campus near Clydesdale Drive in Fayetteville.
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Fayetteville, Others Race for Solar Savings

The city of Fayetteville is looking to save money on its electric bill, and it’s in a hurry to have solar power project plans in place with Entegrity of Little Rock by the end of September. read more >
Construction / Education / Energy

Entegrity to Build Student-Driven Solar Array for LR Public Schools

The solar field will be built and operated by Entegrity on 35 acres in Phillips County, and should cut the 22,000-student school system from $4.5 million to $7 million over the next 25 years. read more >
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$20M Entegrity Arrays Power Multiple Entities

Booneville and Nashville, Arkansas, have some shiny new economic drivers: solar arrays built by Entegrity of Little Rock, now owned wholly by Nabholz Construction Corp. read more >
Business Services / Energy / Media & Marketing

Scenic Hill Tops Magazine List of Top Arkansas Solar Contractors

The company, led by CEO Bill Halter, a former Arkansas lieutenant governor, was named the magazine’s top solar contractor in Arkansas and the 12th largest commercial solar developer in the United States. read more >
Bill Halter, CEO, Scenic Hill Solar, said his company “realizes that the pandemic will mean challenges for financing and the industry.”
Banking & Finance / Construction / Education / Energy

Scenic Hill Solar Lands $100M Project for UA System

Scenic Hill Solar of Little Rock will create the state’s largest commercial solar project for the University of Arkansas System. read more >
Leadership at Conway’s Nabholz Construction Corp. From left, Bill Hannah, CEO 2002-13; Charles Nabholz, chairman emeritus; Greg Williams, chairman and past CEO 2014-21; and Jake Nabholz, CEO since 2022.
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Nabholz Crosses $1B in Revenue for First TimeLock Icon

The Conway company began in 1949 as a homebuilder but today is a regional construction leader. read more >
Agriculture & Poultry / Construction / Energy

Entegrity to Build 28-Acre Array for Cal-Maine Foods

The array is projected to offset approximately 91% of the electricity costs at Cal-Maine's facility in Searcy. read more >
April Ambrose
Business Services / Energy / Manufacturing / Nonprofits

Entegrity Exec to Lead Advanced Energy Apprenticeship Program

The program is funded through a $2 million, four-year grant from the Arkansas Department of Commerce. read more >
Matt Bell, former partner in Entegrity of Little Rock and now owner of Origami Sake of Hot Springs.
Construction / Energy / Restaurants & Food

Nabholz Purchases Entegrity Stakes, While Former Partner Moves On to Other VenturesLock Icon

As Matt Bell devotes himself to sake, he and Entegrity founder Chris Ladner have sold their stakes in the company. read more >
A solar panel at the Searcy Solar Energy Center
Construction / Education / Energy

Entegrity to Build 25-Acre Solar Array for UA

Construction is expected to be completed by early 2024. read more >
Lyon College President Melissa Taverner 
Education / Energy

Entegrity Contracts Offer Lyon College $2.5M in Savings

The projects as a step toward the college’s sustainability goals, and part of an ongoing process. read more >
A solar array built by Entegrity of Little Rock for the Riverside School District in Caraway
Education / Energy

Riverside Schools Go Solar With Entegrity

The system, projected to save the school system $44,000 a year in utility and energy costs, will provide 95% of the 800-student district’s total electricity consumption. read more >
From left: Farmington Mayor Ernie Penn, school district Superintendent Jon Laffoon, school board President Travis Warren and school board members Mark Vaughn, Josh Petree and Lori Blew.
Construction / Education / Energy / Real Estate

Entegrity Breaks Ground on Solar Project for Farmington Schools

The array is expected to save the district nearly $300,000 a year, and more than $6 million over the project's lifetime. read more >
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Sake Brewery Planned for Spa CityLock Icon

If all goes according to plan, Arkansas will get its first sake brewery by the end of the year: Origami Sake in Hot Springs. read more >
Chris Ladner, left, a principal partner at Entegrity, and John Coleman, the regional director who heads company’s Fayetteville office.
Construction / Education / Energy

Entegrity Solar Farm to Energize UA’s Fayetteville Campus

The power from the 4-megawatt array will offset about 6.3% of the campus’ electricity use. read more >
AAEA board member and Entegrity partner Matt Bell speaks at an industry event at the Arkansas State Capitol celebrating the state's push for serious energy efficiency programs. 
Energy / Government & Politics

State Energy Efficiency Push Hailed by AAEA, Entegrity, Johnson Controls

Gov. Asa Hutchinson won praise from the industry for an executive order aimed at eliminating unnecessary consumption. read more >
The Network is a net zero apartment building with 28 fully occupied one-bedroom units. Built by Entegity of Little Rock, it is opposite the Fayetteville public library.
Construction / Energy / Real Estate

Entegrity’s Network Building in Fayetteville Cuts the Electric BillLock Icon

Entegrity’s Network project proves that net zero living can be had at market rates. read more >
Education / Energy

Southside Water Utility, Schools Enlist Entegrity for Solar Projects

The two expect a combined power savings of more than $3 million. read more >
Heather Nelson, chair of the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association board, speaks at the trade group's annual meeting and policy conference in Little Rock in October 2021.
Energy / Government & Politics

AAEA Honors Leaders in Advanced Energy

The Arkansas Public Service Commission's chairman, Ted Thomas, was a presenter and an award winner at the event. read more >