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Derek Dyson, takes over as president and CEO of solar array builder Today's Power Inc. on Jan. 1.
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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 >

Derek Dyson Named President & CEO of Today’s Power Inc.

He succeeds Michael Henderson, who has led the solar array builder since it was founded. 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 >
Hampton Schools Superintendent Doug Worley, left, and Ouachita Electric CEO and General Manager Mark Cayce, gesture after flipping a large display switch Wednesday to signify that the school district's new solar array is operable.
Education / Energy

Hampton Schools Go Solar With Today’s Power Array

The Hampton School District (Calhoun County) has a new solar power project thanks to Today’s Power Inc. of North Little Rock and a closer neighbor, Ouachita Electric Cooperative of Camden. read more >
Today’s Power Inc. of North Little Rock breaks ground June 17 on a solar power project in St. Joe.
Education / Energy

Today’s Power Building Array for Ozark Mountain Schools

In another school solar project coordinated with the Barnabas Team, a Bentonville consultancy, Today’s Power Inc. of North Little Rock broke ground June 17 on a solar power project in St. Joe to supply 80% of the electricity needs for the Ozark Mountain School District. read more >
The new array will be on campus near the Berryville School District's football and baseball fields.
Education / Energy

Today’s Power to Build Array for Berryville Schools

The Berryville School District and Today’s Power Inc. of North Little Rock broke ground Thursday on a solar energy array that will cover 80% of the 1,900-student system’s electricity load, officials said. read more >
Johnson Controls, with a $13 million project pending for Greenbrier schools, also partnered with Seal Solar in the project above for Washington County, which came online last year.
Construction / Energy / Government & Politics

Schools Go Solar: Sun Lights Path from High School to JobsLock Icon

Johnson Controls of Little Rock and Greenbrier schools are on the cusp of a $13 million project to give the district Arkansas’ largest public entity-owned solar plant, new energy efficiency systems and “the cherry on top,” a high school pipeline to solar industry jobs. 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 >
The cities of Springdale and Lincoln, along with Elkins and Lincoln Public Schools and OzarksGo, were represented Friday at a solar array construction site near Lincoln (Washington County).
Education / Energy

Lincoln Solar Project Partners Cities, Schools, Co-Op Subsidiary

Ozarks Electric Cooperative of Fayetteville and Today’s Power Inc. broke ground Friday on a 2.7-Mw solar power station that will power two northwest Arkansas cities, two school districts and the cooperative’s telecommunications subsidiary, OzarksGo. read more >
Michael Henderson

Henderson Retires From Co-ops, Still Leads Solar Subsidiary TPI

Henderson is retiring as chief financial officer and executive vice president of the AECC and AECI after a 36-year run, but will continue to lead their subsidiary, Today's Power Inc. read more >
David Frankenberg

AECC, AECI Name David Frankenberg CFO

David Frankenberg has been named vice president and CFO of Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corp. and Arkansas Electric Cooperatives Inc., effective Jan. 1. 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.

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 >
The Bearden School District held a "flip the switch" event for its two new campus-based solar arrays.
Education / Energy

Today’s Power, Bearden School District Flip Switch on Solar Arrays

Executives of Today’s Power Inc. of North Little Rock and the Bearden School District held a “flip the switch” event for its two campus-based solar arrays Tuesday ahead of the school board’s meeting. read more >
C. Wayne Whitaker, longtime CEO of Southwest Arkansas Electric Cooperative, with his wife, Diana, and daughters Stacey White, left, and Sharla Stevanovic, right.

SWAEC Dedicates Solar Array to Retiring CEO, Wayne Whitaker

After 35 years at Southwest Arkansas Electric Cooperative, CEO C. Wayne Whitaker got his day in the sun Monday as the electric cooperative honored his service with a surprise dedication of its new 1-megawatt solar generating facility in his name. read more >
Today's Power and local officials break ground on the solar array expected to supply 90% of the Viola School District's electricity needs.
Construction / Education / Government & Politics

Viola Schools, Today’s Power Break Ground on Solar Array

The Viola School District Board of Education did more than going through the motions and seconds at its monthly meeting Sept. 17: It broke ground on a campus-based solar array expected to supply 90% of district electricity needs. read more >
City officials and Today’s Power Inc. staff flip a symbolic solar switch Thursday on a 1.5-megawatt municipal solar array in Paris, Arkansas.

Paris Goes Solar, and France Has Nothing to Do With It

West Arkansas’ version of the city of lights flipped a symbolic solar switch on Thursday as Paris, Arkansas, partnered with Today’s Power Inc. on a 1.5-megawatt municipal solar array that Mayor Daniel Rogers sees as the calling card of a “green community." read more >
Construction / Real Estate

Agricultural Partnership Goes Solar in Jonesboro

TPI, of North Little Rock, partnered with Craighead Electric Cooperative, Southland Gin Inc. of Lake City and Delta Farms Inc. to develop a 2-megawatt array of solar generation capacity with battery storage that is expected to bring long-term savings to the gin and farming operation for two decades. Officials gathered to ceremonially “flip the switch” on Friday afternoon. 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 >
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.

General Dynamics, Today’s Power Plan Major Solar Projects in Calhoun County

Today’s Power Inc. of Little Rock partners with General Dynamics and Ouachita Electric Cooperative Corp. to build two solar power plants in Calhoun County. 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 >