Greenway Building Gets Massive Solar Installation
On the path to net zero, the Greenway Building takes another huge step toward efficient and low impact operations. The transformation of its energy consumption footprint touches a wide spectrum of our community. The building is home to over 30 tenants--including FedEx, a state agency, and 30 local independent businesses and non-profit organizations--creating a slim degree of separation with the community. While the building is no Kevin Bacon, it could be said that most of us on the North Coast are connected, by some degree, to this installation. Even more of us are connected to solar energy in general. It's a growing trend to install renewable energy sources. In fact, more than 51% of all new electric generating capacity in the U.S. came from solar thus far in 2015.
The Greenway Team is rapidly growing our expertise in this area: navigating the ever-changing world of renewable energy by keeping up with regulatory and technology developments, financing options and energy development opportunities. Our Prop 39
work is increasing energy efficiency of our schools, we are working with PG&E to create a model zero-net energy school, and now, the installation of our design for the region's largest commercial solar array is nearly complete. Check out our related services and opportunities here.