This completes our series of posts about the interactions between weather and solar installations. In this installment, we provide real-world examples of how adverse weather conditions can put timelines in jeopardy — and how we dealt with it.

There’s always a weather risk when you decide to do solar project on the East Coast in the spring. After all, the adage “April showers bring May flowers” didn’t appear in the language without a basis in fact. So when we decided to install 28 MW of solar farms over five sites in Eastern North Carolina, financed by Holocene Clean Energy... Read More