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October 4th, 2013
Dear friends of solar,
Did you know that the state of WV was selected to compete in this year’s Decathlon, (only 20 states are even selected)--currently being held in California? Why not take a minute and get the details. See the link below. Mountain View Solar along with Solar World were instrumental in working with the University in the PEAK house solar (pv) feature of the project. We have three ...
October 3rd, 2013
Homeless Veterans Benefit
Mountain View Solar (MtvSolar) of Berkeley Springs, WV continued its mission of helping to make solar renewable energy affordable by installing its seventh West Virginia Habitat for Humanity solar energy system last week in Martinsburg, WV. The new owner is a formerly homeless U.S. military veteran who served in the Iraq War and is a single mother of two.
At the new home’s dedication ceremony on Sunday, MtvSolar President Michael McKechnie ...
August 2nd, 2013
It’s the end of summer for mtvSolar intern Jacob Montague. One of his favorite experiences was teaching 30,000 fellow Scouts about the many benefits of solar renewable energy.
I’m Jacob Montague - civil engineering student at Virginia Tech, Eagle Scout, and summer intern at Mountain View Solar in Berkeley Springs, WV. During my internship at mtvSolar I’ve had the opportunity to spend time with nearly every aspect of the solar industry, from marketing research, to 3D modeling of solar system layouts, to permitting and inspection processes, and even some actual solar installations.
My biggest project this summer, however, was representing mtvSolar at the 2013 Boy Scouts of America (BSA) National Jamboree, which took place in southern West Virginia. This year’s National Jamboree included something rather new and exciting: Technology Quest, one of the many ...
March 29th, 2013
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March 26th, 2013
In the dead of winter when most of the outdoor construction industry throughout the mid-Atlantic region is at a stand-still, Mountain View Solar of Berkeley Springs headed south to construct a 100kW solar system which could potentially save thousands of lives.
The solar system’s benefactor is the headquarters of Charleston, SC-based
January 29th, 2013
Anybody who grows a garden knows that even a giant sunflower starts with a single seed.
Plant early and you’ll have a great harvest.
Solar is a little like that.
Solar installed today will produce electricity for 30-40 years!
The way solar power systems are designed, they can be installed incrementally, which means you can begin
your solar garden with just a few panels (and a smaller initial investment) and grow it over time.
Now is a great time to get started.