Bright Harvest Solar has been selected to assess and design solar systems for housing units on 11 US military bases across 9 states. Bright Harvest Solar was chosen due to the complexity of the project and the need by the financier to structure a single PPA for each base. Some bases may contain up to… Read More
Bright Harvest Solar has been chosen to help CPS Energy in San Antonio complete its goal of 5MW installed. Bright Harvest Solar consulted with its finance partner to develop methods to asses sites remotely to determine viability. To meet the goal, Bright Harvest Solar will assess over 1500 residences for shading and production. CPS Energy… Read More
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts (MassCEC) joins growing list of states accepting Bright Harvest Solar remote designs
Massachusetts CEC (Clean Energy Center) has approved Bright Harvest Solar design service as a reliable method to design systems remotely. The decision followed a MassCEC validation study comparing our designs and production against existing installed systems. Massachusetts joins a growing list of states that recognize the advantages of Bright Harvest Solar’s remote design service.
Energy Trust of Oregon and the Rhode Island OER has validated Bright Harvest’s remote solar design report as an approved method to analyze shading for their respective Incentive Programs.
The Connecticut Green Bank has validated Bright Harvest’s Remote Solar Design report as an approved method to analyze shading for the Energize Connecticut Incentive Program! Our remote shading analysis was compared to on-site measurements recorded with the Solmetric SunEye in this validation study. Connecticut now joins a number of states embracing validated Bright Harvest reports… Read More
The U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative has chosen Bright Harvest as one of the winners of their Catalyst Business Innovation Contest! We plan on incorporating our Remote Solar Design technology with a cloud-based, interactive platform that will provide data for use in all phases of residential PV projects. We will be working with our… Read More
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has validated Bright Harvest’s Remote Solar Design report as an approved method to analyze shading for the NY-Sun Incentive Program. NYSERDA’s validation study compared Bright Harvest’s remote shading analysis to on-site measurements recorded with the Solmetric SunEye and concluded that Bright Harvest reports can now be… Read More
A new validation study conducted by National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has found Bright Harvest’s remote shading analysis to be scientifically equivalent to the Solmetric SunEye. The study also evaluated our ability to accurately measure azimuth, tilt, roof area, and estimated energy generation with amazing results. We have spent years optimizing our unique process of… Read More