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Jennah Denney of Today’s Power Inc.
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Bingaman, Mizell Join Black Hills Energy (Movers & Shakers)

Jennifer Bingaman and Robin Mizell have been hired at Black Hills Energy in Fayetteville. read more >
A sticker of President Joe Biden on a gas station in the Gravel Ridge area of Sherwood, Arkansas.
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EV Future Hits Gas-Pump Present

Bumps dot the road to sustainability in today’s transit crisis. read more >
Graycen Bigger of the board of Arkansas Economic Developers & Chamber Executives.
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Arkansas Economic Board Gets Bigger (Movers & Shakers)

Graycen Bigger has been elected to the board of the Arkansas Economic Developers & Chamber Executives. read more >
Derek Dyson, takes over as president and CEO of solar array builder Today's Power Inc. on Jan. 1.
Construction / Energy / Investments

Today’s Power Ready to Run on $23MLock Icon

The incoming CEO of Today’s Power Inc, attorney Derek Dyson, will have some extra cash — $23.35 million — to apply to his initiatives after he takes over Jan. 1. 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 >
Jennah Denney of Today’s Power Inc.
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EVs Await Chargers; Retailers Await EVsLock Icon

Before gas-station owners invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in charging stations, they need to know there are enough electric cars to make it pay off. But before car buyers pick an electric vehicle, they want to be sure they’ll find enough places to recharge. read more >
Dignitaries at Monday's groundbreaking in Bearden included Leslie Holloway of Ouachita Electric Cooperative, far left, and Mayor Ginger Bailey and TPI President Michael Henderson, together at far right.
Construction / Government & Politics

Bearden Goes Solar With Today’s Power Projects

Today’s Power Inc. of North Little Rock broke ground Monday on two solar power arrays for the city of Bearden (Ouachita County). 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 >
Matt Bell, partner in Entegrity of Little Rock, foresees more distributed generation of electric power in the future, and expects a boom in solar projects to continue across Arkansas.
Government & Politics

COVID Relief Deal Bolsters Sun Power; Ozarks Electric Announces ‘Solar Park’

Solar power contractors in Arkansas are calling tax incentives and other provisions of the $900 billion COVID-19 relief plan a boost for the renewable power industry. read more >
Officials with Today's Power Inc., the Star City School District and the Yorktown Water Association break ground on solar arrays that will benefit the district and association.
Education

Today’s Power Breaks Ground on Projects for Star City Schools, Yorktown Water

“We are at it again,” Today’s Power Inc. marketing chief Jennah Denney announced Thursday as plans for two new solar arrays took shape at a groundbreaking with the Star City School District and the Yorktown Water Association, both in Lincoln County. read more >
Education / Energy

Bearden Schools, Today’s Power Break Ground on Solar Project

The Bearden School District and Today’s Power Inc. of North Little Rock broke ground on a solar power project last week that is expected to supply roughly 90% of the school system’s electricity. read more >
C&L Electric Cooperative Corp.'s solar array in Star City.

C&L Electric Goes Solar, Flipping the Switch Digitally

C&L Electric Cooperative Corp. in Star City holds an online switch-flipping ceremony for a new 1-megawatt solar array now generating power on eight acres near its headquarters. read more >
The future home of Today's Power at 7300 Industry Drive in North Little Rock.
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Sun Still Rises on Today’s PowerLock Icon

Today’s Power Inc. of Little Rock, the electric co-op subsidiary that builds solar power stations, is making hay while the sun shines. read more >
Jennah Denney, marketing coordinator for Today's Power Inc., at one of the utility-scale solar arrays the company has built around Arkansas and beyond.
Construction / Government & Politics / Real Estate

Today’s Power Starts Solar Project For 13th Co-op, in Texarkana

Today's Power Inc. of Little Rock broke ground Wednesday on its 13th solar power project for an Arkansas electric distribution cooperative, this one a 1-megawatt array for Southwest Arkansas Electric Cooperative in Texarkana. read more >
Josh Davenport, CEO of Seal Solar Solutions of North Little Rock, with a demonstration model of the Tesla Powerwall. Seal has installed several of the battery units with solar panel projects and is seeing increased interest in storage options.
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Where’s Solar When the Grid Goes Out?Lock Icon

As the planet warms and storms, hurricanes, floods and wildfires intensify, backup power systems are an urgent new market in renewable energy. But take a lesson from windy, fiery California: Even if you have solar panels and sunshine, your home or business could stay dark. read more >
Barry Hyde
Government & Politics

Pulaski County Touts Solar Savings in Deal With Today’s Power

Today’s Power Inc. of Little Rock is building $13.6 million in solar installations to provide 8 megawatts of low-priced electricity to power Pulaski County operations. read more >
Mark Cayce is the general manager of Ouachita Electric Cooperative in Camden. OEC and South Arkansas Telephone company have teamed up to help provide high-speed internet in rural south Arkansas were in many places, dial-up is the only option.
Construction / Government & Politics

At Advanced Energy Event, Solar Power Fuels a Surprise Rate-Cut Plan

Ouachita Electric Cooperative Corp. of Camden will seek the state's first utility-wide electricity rate decrease tied to savings from solar power. read more >
Leslie Fowler of Quail Forever was on hand as Farmers Electric Cooperative dedicated its new solar power array Tuesday in Newport. The quail preservation group is a partner in making the site wildlife-friendly.
Energy

Farmers Electric Gets Its Day In the Sun With TPI-Built Array

Today’s Power Inc. of Little Rock dedicated another small utility-scale solar installation Tuesday, this one for Farmers Electric Cooperative of Newport. read more >
Today's Power will erect 3,800 photovoltaic panels on about eight acres near the headquarters of South Central Arkansas Electric Cooperative in Arkadelphia.

Today’s Power Breaks Ground on Solar Plant for Arkadelphia Cooperative

Today’s Power Inc. breaks ground on a new utility-scale solar generation plants for South Central Arkansas Electric Cooperative in Arkadelphia. read more >
Today’s Power Inc. of Little Rock, Farmers Electric Cooperative Corp. and other officials break ground on a one-megawatt array near Newport.

Today’s Power, Farmers Electric Partner in Solar Project

Today’s Power Inc. of Little Rock adds to its growing string of small utility-scale solar power projects around the state. read more >