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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 >
Seal Solar Energy Solutions COO Heather Nelson and CEO Josh Davenport.
Construction / Energy

Seal Changes Name, Sells Units to Focus on Solar

The new logo seemed to be on everything under the sun, from Josh Davenport’s shirt and Heather Nelson’s sweater to the ink pens, baseball caps and even the new awning at 705 Main St. in North Little Rock: Seal Solar Energy Solutions. read more >
Stefan Booy, Seal Energy Solutions
Business Services / Construction

Seal Energy Adds Stefan Booy (Movers & Shakers)

Stefan Booy recently joined Seal Energy Solutions of North Little Rock as vice president of operations. read more >
Energy / Government & Politics

Senate Panel Unanimously Advances Key Solar Industry Bill

A key legislative priority for Arkansas’ solar power industry advanced in the state Legislature Tuesday as the Senate Insurance & Commerce Committee unanimously approved Senate Bill 145. read more >
Seal Energy Solutions, North Little Rock

West Group of Little Rock Hires Seal Solutions for Solar Project

Shopping center owner West Group Real Estate is stepping into the sun with a deal for Seal Energy Solutions to install a solar array and battery storage system to power its offices at 5507 Ranch Drive in Little Rock. read more >
Community Bakery offers countless treats to accompany your coffee.
Construction / Energy

Community Bakery Expects to Save Dough with Solar Power

Community Bakery announced earlier this month that it would be installing this fall a 102-panel solar array with each panel providing 350 watts. read more >
Arkansas PSC Commissioners, from left: Kimberly O’Guinn; Ted Thomas, chairman; and Elana C. Wills
Agriculture & Poultry / Construction / Government & Politics / Investments / Manufacturing

PSC’s Solar Rate Decision Remains on HorizonLock Icon

Phase 1 set an expedited process for reviewing proposals for generation systems above the state’s 300-kilowatt cap for net metering. Phase II, deliberating future rate structures, has taken time. 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 >
Seal Energy Solutions, North Little Rock
Agriculture & Poultry / Business Services / Construction / Energy / Government & Politics

Seal Energy Solutions Teams Up With LightWave Solar

After facing LightWave Solar LLC as a competitor, Seal Energy Solutions CEO Josh Davenport knew he wanted the Tennessee solar installation company as an ally. read more >
Construction / Energy

Solar Leads Way as Net Metering Has Record Year

More than 350 Arkansans added on-site generation systems in 2017, raising the state's number of net-metering customers from 633 to 988, a 56 percent increase. read more >
Stephen Meeks
Energy / Government & Politics / Legal

With Solar Power Ruling Near, Law’s Sponsor Backs Utilities

As regulators weigh arguments on how utility customers should pay for self-generated electricity, the lawmaker who helped initiate the process clarifies which side he's on: the utilities. read more >
Stephen Meeks
Agriculture & Poultry / Energy / Government & Politics / Manufacturing / Real Estate

PSC Solar Hearing Has ‘Mic-Drop Moment’

After the state attorney general's office made a case Thursday to allow Arkansas utilities to essentially pay less for electricity generated by customers with solar power systems, citing language in a 2015 law, the law's sponsor begged to differ. 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 >
Sandra Byrd
Energy / Government & Politics

Crucial Hearing in Solar Debate Is Thursday

After nearly a year and a half of debate on the value of rooftop solar power generated at homes and businesses in Arkansas, a day of reckoning is at hand. read more >
Seal Energy Solutions CEO Josh Davenport and President and COO Heather Nelson flank DeWitt farmer Tom Jacobs. Seal installed a solar array to help power Jacobs’ farm operations.
Agriculture & Poultry / Energy / Government & Politics / Legal / Manufacturing / Nonprofits / Public Companies / Real Estate / Small Business

PSC to Rule on Utility Rates in Solar Energy ShowdownLock Icon

A yearlong debate over the value of self-generated electricity in Arkansas is boiling down to a duel in the sun. read more >
Courtney Little
Agriculture & Poultry / Construction / Energy / Manufacturing / Transportation

Solar Projects Shining Examples in ArkansasLock Icon

Tom Jacobs wondered if the sunshine pouring onto his 1,200 acres might feasibly power some of his farm operations in DeWitt, so he volunteered to become a guinea pig. read more >
Agriculture & Poultry / Construction / Energy

Competing Net Metering Proposals Filed With PSC

Two subgroups of a panel formed to make recommendations on the future of solar energy development in Arkansas have presented competing proposals to the state PSC, which has been studying net metering. read more >
Entergy Arkansas and its partner, NextEra Energy Resources of Juno Beach, Florida, officially break ground on Arkansas' largest solar power plant about seven miles southeast of Stuttgart, near Almyra.
Agriculture & Poultry / Construction / Energy / Government & Politics / Manufacturing / Public Companies / Real Estate

Big and Small Solar Projects in Arkansas Follow the SunLock Icon

These are promising times for solar projects big and small, industry leaders say, even as the new administration in Washington focuses on reviving fossil fuels. read more >
David Hillman
Agriculture & Poultry / Construction / Energy / Government & Politics / Legal

In Win for Solar, PSC Allows Grandfathering for Net Metering Customers

In a significant decision for solar energy, Arkansans who now get credit on their utility bills for electricity they generate at their homes and businesses will be able to continue at current rates for 20 years. read more >
Katie Laning Niebaum
Energy

Advanced Energy Has Its Day at Capitol

It was Arkansas Advanced Energy Day at the state Capitol, and Sen. Garry Stubblefield was speaking to the state’s top energy efficiency and renewable power companies, but he had to hold to his priorities. read more >