Date   

B of A $9.5M Project Solar at Plano Admin, Webinar, & TDLR Architectural Barriers Projects

 

1) From Dallas Morning News article in Business Section: “Separately, the bank is adding a large solar array across the Plano campus to help it meet its sustainability goal to become carbon-zero by 2050. A permit filed with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation shows an estimated cost of $9.5 million for the project.”
“$86M Plano remodel on way”, print & e-paper Sun. 11/7/21:
https://edition.pagesuite.com/infinity/article_popover_share.aspx?guid=e02a265e-87b4-4d1b-a042-a86497e50905


2) Webinar “The Path to Destination Net Zero at Bank of America” 11/9/21, 1 pm CST,
Online announcement:
https://app.e.marketing.guidehouse.com/e/es?s=2090192166&e=82700&elqTrackId=3e761429952c49e1bd580f90dffe2bc5&elq=e2ad75b6e85144009a13c659ef25e035&elqaid=9092&elqat=1
Registration (requires free Insights subscription):
https://guidehouseinsights.com/webinarshttps://guidehouseinsights.com/webinars/the-path-to-destination-net-zero-at-bank-of-america/the-path-to-destination-net-zero-at-bank-of-america  


3) Texas Dept of Licensing & Registration Architectural Barriers Project record:
- Project Name: Ameresco Bank of America; Project Number: TABS2021011498; Facility Name: Bank of America Plano Admin
https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/TABS/Search/Project/TABS2021011498

*** What is this, why is this project registered, and does it help makes the project possible by affecting financing or other aspects?


Texas Energy Summit preview: online November 16-17 from 2-4CT

 

From Doug Lewin on LinkedIn:
And please mark your calendar for the in-person Summit at the Texas Capitol March 2-4.
A few highlights of the preview November 16-17 (you can see the schedule on the website):
*Texas Monthly's Russell Gold will have 1:1 discussions with FERC Commissioner Allison Clements and with PUCT Commissioner Jimmy Glotfelty
* We'll have a panel on resilience in an age of extreme weather with Judah Cohen of MIT; Melissa C. Lott of Columbia; and Robert Bullard of TSU, moderated by Texas Tribune's Erin Douglas
* Another panel will focus on energy efficiency and virtual power plants withCoalition for Environment, Equity and Resilience's Carmen Cavezza, Octopus Energy's Michael Lee, CLEAResult's Mark Foreman, and Google Nest Partners Aaron Berndt, moderated by Shelby Webb of the Houston Chronicle
*A 1:1 with Texas Observer's Amal Ahmed and Matthew Tejada, Environmental Justice Director at US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
*I have the honor to get to ask a few questions of Amy Myers Jaffe, author of the excellent book Energy's Digital Future.
I can't wait for this event and to hear from all of these great speakers. Register today for free: https://lnkd.in/ehAbTxi


Re: Canary Media Newsletter and New Podcast From Former Interchange and Energy Gang Hosts

Eric Johnson
 

Interesting.

On Sat, Nov 6, 2021 at 1:19 PM Skip Cave <skip@...> wrote:
While exploring James' links to Canary media, I stumbled on the "How We Survive" series of podcasts from Marketplace. Their latest podcast describes the patent fights to control the technology to extract lithium from the "Gnarly Brine" of the geothermal wells in the Salton Sea. The wells use the heat from the wells to generate electricity, so extracting lithium from the brine in order to build electrical storage batteries is a double bonus. However, the commercialization of the process is being held back by legal issues.

Skip

Skip Cave
Cave Consulting


Re: Canary Media Newsletter and New Podcast From Former Interchange and Energy Gang Hosts

Skip Cave
 

While exploring James' links to Canary media, I stumbled on the "How We Survive" series of podcasts from Marketplace. Their latest podcast describes the patent fights to control the technology to extract lithium from the "Gnarly Brine" of the geothermal wells in the Salton Sea. The wells use the heat from the wells to generate electricity, so extracting lithium from the brine in order to build electrical storage batteries is a double bonus. However, the commercialization of the process is being held back by legal issues.

Skip

Skip Cave
Cave Consulting


Re: Canary Media Newsletter and New Podcast From Former Interchange and Energy Gang Hosts

Renko
 

Happy to hear Shayle continues "his" podcast. I subscribed to Catalyst.
Thank you for sharing!

Renko

P.S.  They all went for "C". Canary, Carbon Copy, Catalyst. Coming from "C" for carbon?


Renko Tani Tomlinson
commullc.com  |  renko1@... |  910.777.7124




On Fri, Nov 5, 2021 at 7:36 AM James Orenstein <jorenstein@...> wrote:
For those who preferred Greentech Media before the Wood Mackenzie acquisition, see the website by ex-Greentech media folks and note subscription option:

In particular, see the article "Energy audio stars Stephen Lacey and Shayle Kann launch podcasts with Canary":
https://www.canarymedia.com/articles/clean-energy/canary-media-announces-two-new-podcasts-the-carbon-copy-catalyst 

And commentary on Stephen Lacey's Twitter post:
https://twitter.com/Stphn_Lacey/status/1454017613969903622?s=20 

My comment is that I signed up for all three.


NREL finds energy efficiency measures are key to affordable renewable transition

 

As reported in Solar Power World, the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has just published a paper that shows in detail how energy efficiency and oversizing of lower-cost renewable generation can reduce the need for energy storage. The paper can be downloaded at:
Optimal strategies for a cost-effective and reliable 100% renewable electric grid

 


Canary Media Newsletter and New Podcast From Former Interchange and Energy Gang Hosts

 

For those who preferred Greentech Media before the Wood Mackenzie acquisition, see the website by ex-Greentech media folks and note subscription option:

In particular, see the article "Energy audio stars Stephen Lacey and Shayle Kann launch podcasts with Canary":
https://www.canarymedia.com/articles/clean-energy/canary-media-announces-two-new-podcasts-the-carbon-copy-catalyst 

And commentary on Stephen Lacey's Twitter post:
https://twitter.com/Stphn_Lacey/status/1454017613969903622?s=20 

My comment is that I signed up for all three.


Dallas College Virtual Events: Sustainability Summit Fri Nov 5 & TRCS Summit Nov 8 – 9

 

Dallas College hopes you’ll join them at their annual Sustainability Summit on Nov. 5. 2021 and the 2021 TRACS Summit on Nov. 8-9, 2021.

You can register for one or both of these free events via their registration form:
https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=U1R-1i9z3EqUpEiI8tl9XR-JTZXG4gtGtI5xwkPieuFUNEpNTjc4ODNXWlJIWVRYS0czU041MDVPSyQlQCN0PWcu

1) The theme of Dallas College's 11th Annual Sustainability Summit is "Social Responsibility: Cultivating Civic Engagement."  Topics include voting, the climate crisis, media literacy, civil discourse and more.

Get more information at https://www.dallascollege.edu/SustainabilitySummit

Friday, Nov. 5, 2021, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

2) The theme of the Texas Regional Alliance for Campus Sustainability (TRACS) Summit is "Hope for the Future." Topics include reducing inequality, securing our food, immigration, climate action, resilience and more.

Get more information at https://www.dallascollege.edu/TRACS

Mon Nov 8, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. & Tue Nov 9, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., 2021

3) For more information about Dallas College's sustainability education and initiatives, visit: https://www.dallascollege.edu/sustainability

1) 11th Annual Virtual Sustainability Summit: Social Responsibility: Cultivating Civic Engagement


Re: First Carbon Neutral School in Canada

R. Michael Martin
 

this will be normal soon…  :-))


On Nov 4, 2021, at 08:53, David Geise via groups.io <geise@...> wrote:

The school's 2700 solar panels are coupled with a battery energy storage system.


David Geise

“Adults keep saying: ‘We owe it to the young people to give them hope.’ But I don’t want your hope. I don’t want you to be hopeful. I want you to panic. I want you to feel the fear I feel everyday. And then I want you to act as if your house is on fire. Because it is.”  
– Greta Thunberg

“Our species needs, and deserves, a citizenry with minds wide awake and a basic understanding of how the world works.” 
- Carl Sagan

“We are like tenant farmers chopping down the fence around our house for fuel when we should be using Nature's inexhaustible sources of energy — sun, wind and tide. ... I'd put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power! I hope we don’t have to wait until oil and coal run out before we tackle that. “ 
- Thomas Edison

“The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little” - Franklin D. Roosevelt


First Carbon Neutral School in Canada

David Geise
 

The school's 2700 solar panels are coupled with a battery energy storage system.


David Geise

“Adults keep saying: ‘We owe it to the young people to give them hope.’ But I don’t want your hope. I don’t want you to be hopeful. I want you to panic. I want you to feel the fear I feel everyday. And then I want you to act as if your house is on fire. Because it is.”  
– Greta Thunberg

“Our species needs, and deserves, a citizenry with minds wide awake and a basic understanding of how the world works.” 
- Carl Sagan

“We are like tenant farmers chopping down the fence around our house for fuel when we should be using Nature's inexhaustible sources of energy — sun, wind and tide. ... I'd put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power! I hope we don’t have to wait until oil and coal run out before we tackle that. “ 
- Thomas Edison

“The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little” - Franklin D. Roosevelt


Re: 3Nov21 7pm Zoom presentation on Getting up to (High) Speed: DFW Corridor Study

 

This was a great one hour webinar, and I would like to thank Dick Schoech for posting it here. The website for this North Central Texas Council of Governments project is:
DFW High-Speed Transportation Connections Study

This project is currently studying a possible very high speed travel system between downtown Dallas (adjacent to the Texas Central private Dallas to Houston high speed rail terminal) and downtown Fort Worth (adjacent to the Fort Worth Central Station project). There would be one stop along the route in Arlington. The technology used would probably be advanced high-speed rail or one of the new hyperloop proposals. See the latest FAQ at:
DFW HIGH-SPEED TRANSPORTATION CONNECTIONS STUDY FAQ

I asked whether solar power panels above the train route right of way to assist with providing power to the project (perhaps with batteries) was under consideration, and they said yes. The train tracks (or hyperloop tubes) might be elevated, at grade, or under grade at different locations if needed. The basic assumption is that most of the route would be with the train tracks or hyperloop tubes above grade on pedestals, and they might be able to place solar panels above or adjacent to the system. I believe that this technique is a basic assumption made by the hyperloop system developers.

If everything goes well, it might be possible to get this system in operation within about 10 to 15 years. Others are studying a high speed transportation system from South Texas through San Antonio, Austin, Waco, and terminating in Fort Worth along the I-35 and I-35W corridors. There are thoughts of extending this to Oklahoma City. If these systems were actually built, there could be a high speed train system from Houston to Dallas (Texas Central private project currently in progress), a different system (which might use similar or completely different technology) between South Texas and Fort Worth, then the system under study by NCTCOG to connect these two systems along the I-30 corridor. These systems would also have connections to DART light rail and bus lines in downtown Dallas (near the convention center and I-30/I-35E interchange) and the TRE bus and light rail system in downtown Fort Worth.
 


State of Texas EV Rebates are Available Again

Eric Pratt
 

The rebates that were offered through early January 2021 were not all taken.  These rebates are taxed at the Federal level, so the discount isn't the full $2500, but if you know someone who recently purchased or intends to purchase a plug-in or plug-in hybrid, there are rebates available as described below:

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) Texas Emissions Reduction Plan (TERP) is now accepting applications for the Light-Duty Motor Vehicle Purchase or Lease Incentive Program (LDPLIP). Rebates are available statewide for eligible light-duty motor vehicles purchased or leased in Texas on or after September 1, 2021.

  • Rebates of up to $2,500 are available for up to 2,000 eligible electric drive (plug-in or plug-in hybrid) or hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.

Applications will be accepted and considered on a first-come, first-served basis until 5:00 p.m. on January 7, 2023 or until all available funds have been awarded.

Application forms are available on the TERP web site: http://www.terpgrants.org.
If you have any questions, contact TCEQ staff at 800-919-TERP (8377) or by email at terp@....

I got one for our 2019 Bolt in the round that ended in January 2021.

Eric Pratt


“Forward Dallas” Land Use Planning Community Workshops Oct 23 – Nov 20 2021

 

For those interested in Dallas’ Comprehensive Environmental & Climate Action Plan (CECAP), the City’s comprehensive land-use plan is also of interest as one of the other strategic initiatives aligned with the CECAP.

Opportunities to participate in Community Workshops continue tonight through Nov. 20, both online and in-person.

1) Tuesday, Nov 2 @ 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM: D9,10 & 14 FORWARDDALLAS COMMUNITY WORKSHOP

Your input is needed to help shape land use and development in Dallas! Please join Councilmembers Blackmon, McGough, Ridley and the City of Dallas Planning & Urban Design Department for a virtual community workshop to identify your priorities for the ForwardDallas Comprehensive Land Use Plan Update. ForwardDallas sets out to ensure Dallas’ land use policies actively promote equity, economic vitality and environmental sustainability throughout Dallas. Join us as we begin the process!

Registration is required: https://bit.ly/FDWorkshopNov02 . A meeting link will be sent after registration is complete.

2) Forward Dallas website including links for other events, including this week:

- Wed, Nov. 3, Virtual, 6:30 – 8:00 pm, D13, Councilmember Gay Donnell Willis & the Urban Design Dept
- Thu, Nov 4, Virtual, 6:30 – 8:00 pm, D11, Councilmember Jaynie Shultz & the Urban Design Dept
- Sat, Nov 6, Central Library, 10:00 – 11:30 am

https://dallascityhall.com/departments/pnv/Forward-Dallas/Pages/default.aspx


Dallas EAS Committee Meeting Including CECAP Related Items Mon Nov 1 2021 9 am

 

The Dallas Environment & Sustainability Committee Meeting today, Mon. Nov. 1, 2021, 9:00 am, will apparently include presentations related to renewable energy that may be of interest, especially to those of us following the Comprehensive Environmental and Climate Action Plan (CECAP):


1B. BRIEFING ITEMS Energy Management for City Buildings [Errick Thompson, Director, Building Services Department; Srinivas Vemuri, Senior Program Manager, Building Services Department]


1E. BRIEFING ITEMS Comprehensive Environmental & Climate Action Plan (CECAP) FY 20-21 Performance Summary Memo [Susan Alvarez, Assistant Director, Environmental Quality & Sustainability]


There is a link to the online Webex event through the agenda packet, and the video will be available later:


Webex: https://dallascityhall.webex.com/ec3300/eventcenter/enroll/join.do?confId=209339840700890946&theAction=detail&path=program_detail&siteurl=dallascityhall&confViewID=209339840700890946&internalProgramTicketUnList=4832534b000000046962ce8ad8de6a6a8c666d50f5deb2dbf9525fae57ac158bd0ee65f71f9029d7


Video archives:
https://dallastx.swagit.com/city-council



DETAILS ---------------------------------------------


1) The “agenda” is apparently not available at this point, but the items show up in the “meetings details” with the 1B presentation and 1E memo included in the agenda packet and as individual items for download:

Calendar:
https://cityofdallas.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx

Meeting details:
https://cityofdallas.legistar.com/MeetingDetail.aspx?ID=813202&GUID=5C02752A-EB88-4443-B218-0BEBBC584C2D&Options=info|&Search=

Agenda packet:
https://cityofdallas.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=AO&ID=108705&GUID=202b3162-0c19-491c-bd4e-db7daa3106db&N=Tm92ZW1iZXIgMSwgMjAyMSBFbnZpcm9ubWVudCBhbmQgU3VzdGFpbmFiaWxpdHkgQ29tbWl0dGVlIEFnZW5kYSBQYWNrZXQucGRm

Energy Management for City Buildings presentation:
http://cityofdallas.legistar.com/gateway.aspx?M=F&ID=691bc445-e441-4883-9e96-4d04af3eaee5.pdf

CECAP FY 2021 Performance Summary Report memorandum
http://cityofdallas.legistar.com/gateway.aspx?M=F&ID=36563e69-8952-45c9-ab52-27e780f4ca60.pdf


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2) Item of note: Energy Management Presentation: CECAP Implementation: Solar Feasibility Assessments starting on slide 24:

Recently completed assessments of eight (8) City facilities in partnership with SECO and Jacobs Engineering:

- Fretz Recreation Center
- Dallas Animal Services
- West Dallas Multipurpose Center
- Bachman Recreation Center
- MLK Complex
- ECO Park
- Oak Cliff Municipal Center
- Fire Training Administration

CECAP Implementation: Solar Feasibility Assessments

Eight (8) facilities prioritized based on preliminary energy benchmarking results, total energy usage, and equity considerations.


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3) Item of note: Energy Management Presentation: CECAP Implementation: Solar Feasibility (Conclusion?) on slide 26:

“From a purely financial or accounting standpoint, the identified solar projects and their payback periods might not be considered viable – other important considerations are warranted”


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4) Item of note: Energy Management Presentation: CECAP Implementation: Energy Resilience: Recommended Project Selection Criteria on slide 33 (bold red highlighting added here):

Criteria needed to select projects that support CECAP goals and are also efficient and cost-effective – Committee endorsement is sought today on the following recommended criteria:

- 1. Building roof condition, orientation, and available unobstructed area
- 2. Foliage/neighboring structure shading
- 3. Building energy offset of 30% or more*
- 4. Payback period of 25 years or less*
- 5. Available space for battery storage (for solar+storage projects)
* Where feasible, expand project scope to include energy efficiency improvements to increase energy offset and/or shorten corresponding payback period


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5) Items of note: Energy Management Presentation: Example potential projects on slides 35 & 36:

Payback periods seem long but are apparently due to:

i) Assumption that federal tax credit can’t be used.
ii) Low cost of purchased electricity replaced due to City source contract.
Note: “Externalities” related to renewable sourced electricity apparently don’t apply due to City source contract for renewable energy.


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6) Items of note: Energy Management Presentation: Appendix includes Library & Recreation Center benchmarking data and Current Solar Installations slide (53).


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7) Items of note: CECAP FY 20-21 Performance Summary Memo: The entire report is of interest. I’m not going to try to pick out individual items here.



Regards,

James Orenstein


3Nov21 7pm Zoom presentation on Getting up to (High) Speed: DFW Corridor Study

Dick
 

ACC Presents Wednesday, November 3, 2021

Getting up to (High) Speed:  DFW Corridor Study

Ian Bryant, Chris Masters, Israel Crowe

6:30 PM social time and equipment check, 7 PM Presentation.  All  are welcome.

Join Zoom Meeting link below:

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84654394655

Presentation Description:  The DFW High-Speed Transportation Connections Study commissioned by the North Central Texas Council of Governments is an ongoing evaluation of a 30-mile corridor between downtown Dallas and downtown Fort Worth.  The study aims to identify potential routes and vehicles, determine locations for terminals and other stations, develop plans for operations and service, compile environmental documentation, and generate preliminary engineering drawings for public information.

Presenters: 

For the November 3 ACC Zoom meeting, three principal consultants on the study will update what has been accomplished and what comes next.
Project manager Ian Bryant has extensive expertise in a variety of relevant fields, including long-range regional transit development, needs-assessment corridor studies, and land use, socioeconomic, and indirect impacts analysis.
Deputy project manager Chris Masters, P.E., has over 25 years’ experience delivering complex capital programs involving all aspects of transit program management, planning, design, and construction.
Lead engineer and design manager Israel Crowe, P.E., brings more than 20 years of experience in roadway and transit design to the analysis of high-speed transportation alternatives to connect Dallas and Fort Worth with each other and with other planned passenger systems in the state.
-- 
Dick Schoech


Re: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Solar+Storage Project at Albuquerque Public Schools will Provide Resiliency and Cost Savings

Tracy Wallace
 

Not to mention, how do we put a price on resilience?  How much burst pipes cost? Repair of drywall? Purchase of generators?  There other dollars and cents involved.

 

From: main@NTREG.groups.io <main@NTREG.groups.io> On Behalf Of R. Michael Martin via groups.io
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2021 12:49 PM
To: main@ntreg.groups.io
Subject: Re: [NTREG] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Solar+Storage Project at Albuquerque Public Schools will Provide Resiliency and Cost Savings

 

Yes yet cost prohibitive varies and is subjective.  And batteries do pay for themselves everyday (unlike a generator)…maybe slowly depending on local power rate, how purchased/financed but they do b/c you get to keep/use all of your generated power vs exposure to a potentially volatile NEM plan from your electric co.

 

 

On Oct 25, 2021, at 12:29, richjern via groups.io <richjern@...> wrote:

 

If one has net metering, my experience is battery backup is cost prohibitive. And if you don’t have net metering,at $7500-10,000 for a 10kwh battery, it takes a long time to recover costs. Thrilled Albuquerque ISD is taking advantage of the large flat roofs. Just don’t think giant lithium battery packs is the way to go.

 


EV Universe Map

Mark Witte
 

This is a pretty cool map. Plus the creator(s) are actively seeking input for improvements.  

Mark





Re: Backup Battery for emergency without Solar panels

Robert Virkus
 

Yes, that on a bigger scale. Does anyone have the circuit diagram of the solar lunch box?


On Wednesday, October 27, 2021, Mellen West <mellenmail@...> wrote:

Also Know as Solar Lunch Boxes.

 

From: main@NTREG.groups.io <main@NTREG.groups.io> On Behalf Of Philip Timmons via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, 20 October, 2021 10:10 PM
To: main@NTREG.groups.io
Subject: Re: [NTREG] Backup Battery for emergency without Solar panels

 

Yes, they are called a UPS -- short for Uninterruptable Power Supply.  They come in sizes from small desk-top units which can carry maybe a computer and wifi router for an hour or two.  Up to large -- size of a pickup truck units, (typically used in hospitals and data centers) which can carry a whole house for days. 

 

 

 

On Wednesday, October 20, 2021, 09:54:35 PM CDT, Sarma Gunturi <sarmagunturi@...> wrote:

 

 

Hi all,

I am trying to help my brother to decide what is the best solution for a backup battery in times of power outage like we had last year.

He does not have solar panels. Is there any backup battery system that can be charged from the grid? He does not want to invest in

solar panels at this time. As for the gas-based generators, he has the electric breaker box, and gas lines are on the opposite side of the home. It is very expensive to run the electric cables.  Any help would be appreciated. Thank you. 

 

Samasta Lokaah Sukhino Bhavantu

Sarma Gunturi

 

 

 

 


Re: Backup Battery for emergency without Solar panels

Mellen West
 

Also Know as Solar Lunch Boxes.

 

From: main@NTREG.groups.io <main@NTREG.groups.io> On Behalf Of Philip Timmons via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, 20 October, 2021 10:10 PM
To: main@NTREG.groups.io
Subject: Re: [NTREG] Backup Battery for emergency without Solar panels

 

Yes, they are called a UPS -- short for Uninterruptable Power Supply.  They come in sizes from small desk-top units which can carry maybe a computer and wifi router for an hour or two.  Up to large -- size of a pickup truck units, (typically used in hospitals and data centers) which can carry a whole house for days. 

 

 

 

On Wednesday, October 20, 2021, 09:54:35 PM CDT, Sarma Gunturi <sarmagunturi@...> wrote:

 

 

Hi all,

I am trying to help my brother to decide what is the best solution for a backup battery in times of power outage like we had last year.

He does not have solar panels. Is there any backup battery system that can be charged from the grid? He does not want to invest in

solar panels at this time. As for the gas-based generators, he has the electric breaker box, and gas lines are on the opposite side of the home. It is very expensive to run the electric cables.  Any help would be appreciated. Thank you. 

 

Samasta Lokaah Sukhino Bhavantu

Sarma Gunturi

 

 

 

 


Electrician Search - 3 phase

Paul Westbrook
 

Someone who once came on my house tour just contacted me looking for help. She had a PV system and a Generac natural gas generator installed. The installation company is struggling to get things working because they have an unusual house with a 3-phase electrical system in an 80-year-old house (like a commercial building). If there are any electricians with commercial experience who want to offer some help, let me know directly, and I'll connect you with her.

Thanks,

Paul

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