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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

Today’s Power Looking Forward to a Sunny 2019Lock Icon

Today’s Power Inc., the Little Rock company specializing in building small utility-scale solar power generation projects for the state’s electric distribution co-ops, has six noteworthy projects on the books for 2019. read more >
Lioneld Jordan
Construction / Government & Politics / Manufacturing

Major Fayetteville Solar Project to Power Water Treatment Plants

Fayetteville took another step Tuesday night in its groundbreaking push to power all municipal operations with 100 percent clean energy by 2030, commissioning a major two-site solar power generation and storage system. read more >
Seal Solutions CEO Josh Davenport, winner of the Advanced Energy Rising Star Award at the Empowering Arkansas conference that was held in Little Rock Tuesday. His company won the Advanced Energy Business Innovation Award.
Construction / Energy

AAEA Honors Chris Ladner of Entegrity, Josh Davenport of Seal

The Arkansas Advanced Energy Association toasted the state’s sustainable power and energy efficiency leaders Tuesday at the trade group’s Empowering Arkansas conference. read more >
Today’s Power President Michael Henderson, from left, with Chris Burnley, who has left the company, Jennah Denney and Matt Irving, at an earlier solar groundbreaking.
Construction / Energy / Manufacturing

Husqvarna Turns to Today’s Power in NashvilleLock Icon

The Husqvarna Group announced plans in June to build a 1.3-megawatt solar facility at its injection molding plant in Nashville (Howard County), but the global power equipment firm didn’t say who the contractor would be. read more >