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Jan 08
2013

New Leadership for ONTILITY

POSTED BY Jeremy Webb in solar training , solar industry , solar distribution , Smith & Associates , ontility , Kirk Wehby


ONTILITY Announces Appointment of New CEO

HOUSTON, TX January 8, 2013:

ONTILITY announced this week that Kirk Wehby has been appointed CEO. Mr. Wehby brings to ONTILITY deep leadership experience in technology distribution and quality management. He will be overseeing all aspects of operations at the three year old, nationally recognized solar distribution, training and consulting company.

Prior to joining ONTILITY, Mr. Wehby was Vice President of Global Operations for Smith & Associates from 2008 to 2012. While at Smith, the world’s largest independent distributor of electronic components, he led worldwide operations, logistics and quality, and oversaw the expansion of in-house testing laboratories and third party certification programs. From 1997 to 2008, Mr. Wehby was Director of Operations and Supply Chain for Cardone Industries, where he managed start-up and integration of operations in Belgium and Mexico.

After three years of very rapid growth and significant market penetration, ONTILTY is poised to lead the North American solar industry as it stabilizes and continues to grow. Looking ahead to 2013, Mr. Wehby sees the solar industry developing “a more focused supply chain that realigns itself to the industry’s needs, increases service levels and continues to promote the value of renewable energy.“ Within this dynamic industry, Mr. Wehby defines ONTILITY’s specific role as “a company focused on building strong industry relationships and exceeding our customer’s requirements.”

ONTILITY’s mission is, however, more than supply chain management and good customer relations. Mr. Wehby captured the essence of this in stating his motivation for accepting his new position. “I am excited to be a part of an industry, a company and a committed, knowledgeable team that are having a positive impact on our society. It adds more purpose to the work that we do each day.”

Feb 24
2012

More Incentives for Minnesota

POSTED BY Ruben Salinas in SolarSense Program , Solar PV Products , solar incentives , ontility , NABCEP , Minnesota Power


Minnesota Power has introduced an updated version of its SolarSense program, which provides solar project incentives for residential and commercial customers. According to the utility, the program provides a base rebate of $2,000/kW; rewards customers who choose solar products, equipment or systems manufactured in Minnesota; encourages quality installation by solar installers certified through the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP); offers a bonus rebate to customers with a proven history of energy efficiency in their homes or businesses; and recognizes nonprofit/tax-exempt customers with a higher rebate to support demonstration and/or community renewable energy projects. The program's new tiered incentives, when combined with the base rebate, could total as much as $4,750/kW for eligible solar projects. For example, a 5 kW system could qualify for more than $20,000 in combined rebates and incentives, Minnesota Power says. Incentive programs continue to be important to the growth of the solar industry and Minnesota's emphasis on high quality installations by certified installers will ensure that the growth is sustainable.
Dec 16
2011

ONTILITY Announces Sponsors for Second Annual Winter Solar Training Conference

POSTED BY Ruben Salinas in UNI-SOLAR , Solar Training Conference , Schuco , Quick Mount PV , Power-One , ontility , New Orleans Conference , NABCEP , Graybar Electric , Cooper , Continued Education , 2012 Winter Conference


ONTILITY Conference Gets Support from Industry Leading Companies

ONTILITY, the nation's leading solar training company, proudly announces that major solar manufacturers have agreed to sponsor the second annual Solar Training and Continuing Education Conference. The conference is scheduled for January 25-27, 2012 at the Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel in New Orleans and will feature advanced training from leading solar industry manufacturers and the ONTILITY Training team. Workshops will provide NABCEP credit for those working toward PV Installer certification and Certified PV Installers who need continuing education credits.

Canadian Solar, one of the world's largest solar module producers, is a leading vertically integrated provider of ingots, wafers, solar cells, solar modules, solar power systems and specialized solar products. Canadian Solar has agreed to be a platinum level sponsor the ONTILITY Solar Training Conference.

Sun Edison, a pioneer of solar energy services models, develops, finances, operates and monitors solar plants across the globe. In close collaboration with ONTILITY, Sun Edison is offering a solar energy system leasing program for residential customers. The program is available in several states now and, according to ONTILITY, is expanding with the addition of new states every month. Sun Edison has also agreed to support the ONTILITY Solar Training and Continuing Education Conference at the platinum level.

Other manufactures have also stepped up to support this important event with their sponsorships. Gold Level Sponsors include: Fronius, Legrand and Unirac. Silver level sponsors include: Cooper, Graybar Electric, Power-One, Quick Mount PV, Schuco and UNI-SOLAR.

These sponsors recognize the importance of training and continuing education for success of solar professionals and the health of the solar industry. They understand the need to go beyond the product demonstration workshops typical of training conferences. Through their generous support these companies demonstrating a commitment to industry growth and are helping to ensure that conference attendees will receive very high return for their investment of time and money.

Conference Participants are also eligible to earn NABCEP Continuing Education Credits for all sessions. Accredited workshops are scheduled to make it possible for full conference attendees to earn NABCEP credits in all three NABCEP categories, NEC and building codes, Job Task Analysis-related and general business topics. NABCEP certified installers and technical sales professionals are encouraged to attend.

Oct 05
2011

Solar Training in New Orleans

POSTED BY Ruben Salinas in solar training , Solar PV Training , solar pv , Solar Jobs in New Orleans , solar jobs , Solar Foundation , Solar Electric Training , Solar Electric , Solar Careers , ONTILITY Solar Training , ontility , New Orleans Solar Training , National Solar Job Census , NABCEP PV Installer certification , NABCEP Exam , NABCEP


ONTILITY Responds to Solar Jobs Growth

Nationally recognized solar training company ONTILITY and will offer its Solar Electric Training on October 24-28, on the campus of the University of New Orleans in New Orleans, Louisiana. Recent research findings show continued very strong growth in solar electric job growth nationwide.

Solar Electric Trainingprovides students with basic knowledge of solar photovoltaic (PV) cells, modules, and system components; electrical circuits; PV system design, estimation, and code requirements; solar electric products and applications; an understanding of energy conversion from sunlight to electricity, and how to work with solar conversion equipment. The course is based on the photovoltaic installation job task analysis developed by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners, NABCEP. The course focuses on real-world, site-specific knowledge. Hands-on training covers site surveys; mechanical and electrical design, safety and construction issues; tool and test equipment use; best-practice construction skills; national code and local inspection issues.

The course is suitable for anyone interested in solar energy. Those looking for new career opportunities have found it valuable as have entrepreneurs, electricians, electrical, mechanical and general contractors and others in the building trades who are interested in business opportunities in solar.

In a preview of its soon to be released, "National Solar Jobs Census 2011: A Review of the U.S. Solar Workforce", the Solar Foundation announced recently that the number of Americans working in the solar energy industry has topped 100,000 and that between August 2010 and August 2011, 6,735 new workers have been hired in all 50 states; an increase of 6.8% in the number of U.S. solar workers.

Jobs in the economy overall grew by only 0.7% during that same time period, and the fossil fuel electric generation sector lost 2% of its workforce.

Andrea Luecke, executive director of The Solar Foundation said, "The National Solar Jobs Census series provides a definitive measure of the U.S. solar workforce and its growth over time. It proves where smart solar energy policies are having the most impact both in terms of states and across the vast solar supply chain."

"Solar is a job-creating phenomenon in an economy that is flat-lining, with near 7% year-on-year increase in the number of Americans working in the industry," said Danny Kennedy, president of residential solar installer Sungevity and member of The Solar Foundation's board of directors. "This is a sign of a thriving industry - due to the demand for lower cost, clean electricity that creates value in America."

The full 2011 National Solar Jobs Census examines employment throughout the solar industry, including installation, sales and marketing, solar training, wholesale trade, manufacturing and other fields. It is highly detailed and includes state-by-state growth rates and job numbers for 31 separate occupations.

“The rapid growth of the solar market demands a well-trained workforce and is a key element in the long-term success of the solar industry,” according to ONTILITY Director of Education, Ken Whiteside. He continued, “A comprehensive introductory solar energy course which includes system design and installation is a great way for anyone to get started in solar.” The upcoming 40 hour ONTILITY class consists of five days of training, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. each day. Those who complete the course are eligible to sit for the NABCEP PV Entry Level Exam. The 40 credits earned by completing the class also satisfy the education requirement for NABCEP PV Installer certification.

About ONTILITY

In just over one year, ONTILITY has grown from a start up to a 60M Solar Distribution, Solar Training and Solar Projects Enablement leader. ONTILITY supplies top quality PV panels, inverters, mounting hardware and other solar products to solar integrators and other qualified solar contracting firms. Additionally, ONTILITY is one of the nation's largest solar training organizations, featuring NABCEP, DOE and IREC courses. To complement its distribution and training divisions, ONTILITY offers a full portfolio of solar project support services. ONTILITY is one of the largest solar players in the U.S. with a leading market share in many of the top solar markets.

ONTILITY is committed to the solar market and solar industry development. Learn Solar through our professional training. Buy Solar from our stocking warehouse of superior products at competitive prices. Accelerate Your Solar Business with our full range of partner support services including engineering and design consulting, due diligence and financial support, custom training and educational consulting. ONTILITY brings you best-in-class solar training, energy efficiency training, solar products distribution and support for solar installers, dealers and integrators.
  • Solar Products - Over 120 Manufacturers / Maintains over 20M in Monthly Inventory
  • Solar Training - NABCEP and IREC Training Courses and Certification Programs
  • Design Support – End-to-End Design and Engineering Support Services
  • Consulting Support – NABCEP Certified Installation Consultants to Support Your Projects
  • Financial Support – Financial Solutions for Your Business and Customers
  • Rebate Support – Rebate Assistance and Coverage Solutions
  • Logistics Support – Remote, Field, Project Site and Rooftop Delivery Solutions
  • Marketing Support – Websites, Collateral, Business cards, Co-branding

More Information, Please Call or Visit Us: 877.558.7479 or www.ontility.com.

Sep 29
2011

ONTILITY Teams with Smith & Associates to Delivery Solar and Energy Efficiency Greenovation Project

POSTED BY Ruben Salinas in Solar Thermal , Solar Solutions , solar pv , solar power , Smith & Associates , ontility , Natural Energy , Greenovation , Energy Effeciency


ONTILITY's Solar PV, Solar Thermal and Greenovation Solution Expected to Turn Corporate Headquarter to Energy Neutral

ONTILITY Teams with Smith & Associates to Delivery Solar and Energy Efficiency Greenovation Project ONTILITY's Solar PV, Solar Thermal and Greenovation Solution Expected to Turn Corporate Headquarter to Energy Neutral HOUSTON, TX – (October 13, 2011) – Smith & Associates, a Houston based leader in the electronics distribution market, has teamed with Houston based solar and energy efficiency leader ONTILITY to go green and move closer to its 2020 corporate goal of being an energy neutral and zero waste global company. The Smith & Associates solar and energy efficiency greenovation project features many of the solar and energy efficiency industries leading firms, technologies and solutions, including; Solar Community, SANYO Solar, Schuco, Cooper, SoloPower, Lumeta, Advanced Energy, DECK, GE, Legrand, SolarBos, Fronius, and Green Mountain Energy. Financially and operationally, the solar and energy efficiency greenovation project is expected to save Smith & Associates between $220,000 and $300,000 annually.

"We love projects like the Smith & Associates project because they allow us to work closely with the client from the beginning of the process to the end of the process. Projects like this one allow ONTILITY and its value added partners to design and deliver a complete and high profile solar and energy efficiency Greenovation project." States Thomas Pash, ONTILITY's President and CEO.

"ONTILITY is a valuable and very knowledgeable partner. The ONTILITY team worked closely with us for over a year helping us set up a very complete green roadmap that aligned perfectly with what our organization wanted to accomplish today as well as 20 years from today. " Says Matthew Hartzell, Smith & Associates' COO. "Additionally, the project came in under budget and was complete a month ahead of schedule."

About the Project
Solar PV System Description: The Smith & Associates project will feature four, separate industry-leading PV systems utilizing a variety of proven and emerging solar PV technologies. The project will include a 47kW solar car parking structure using Sanyo 195W bifacial modules. Also incorporated in the project is a 30kW Lumeta Power Ply PV module system, a 25kW SoloPower thin film module system and a 36kW Schuco PV module system featuring Cooper Arista racking. To convert the DC electricity to AC electricity the solar PV systems will connect to industry leading inverters, including: two (2) 3-phase 12kw Fronius IG Plus inverters, two (2) 3-phase Advanced Energy 30kW inverters and one (1) 3-phase Advanced Energy 50kW inverter. Lastly, the project will feature DECK monitoring and ONTILITY's custom solar car parking structure. To maximize the solar power production and excess power, Smith & Associates is planning on teaming with Green Mountain Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of NRG Energy, by participating in the Renewable Rewards® Buy-Back Program.

Greenovation - Green Building: The complete project started with a comprehensive BPI energy audit to set the project baseline. A test out or final energy audit to verify actual performance and savings has also been completed. The Greenovation project features the following energy efficiency improvements; a brand new HVAC system and controls, LED parking lot lights, energy efficient HID exterior building lights, a new DOE approved white "Cool Roof" membrane with added insulation and six dual station GE electric vehicle charging stations. Lastly, a Schuco solar thermal system was added to meet all Smith & Associates hot water employee and manufacturing needs.

Smith and Associates Green and Sustainability Corporate Program: Smith & Associates has a green/sustainable corporate team that is focusing on making the entire global enterprise more sustainable as well as meeting the goal of becoming a energy neutral and zero waste company by 2020. Some initial components of the program include, free monthly Electric Vehicles (EV) for contest winners, an improved recycling and reuse program, a company sponsored and subsidized EV purchase program and a company sponsored and subsidized home solar PV power purchase and lease program. Smith is also providing free EV charging both at their corporate HQ and at home thanks to free GE EV residential charging stations.

See More About This Project
Smith and Associates have launched a dedicated section of Smithweb that provides a detailed overview of the Greenovation project, and a timeline of Smith's sustainability efforts. Please see more at: http://www.smithweb.com/en/company/smith-and-the-environment

About Smith and Associates
Founded in Houston in 1984, Smith & Associates is a leader in the independent distribution of semiconductors and electronic components to electronics and high-tech manufacturers. Smith offers shortage sourcing for commodity and obsolete parts, innovative purchasing and inventory management solutions, redistribution of excess inventory, and component stocking for warranty and repair programs. A privately held company, Smith & Associates employs more than 300 people worldwide, with annual revenue in excess of US$400 million. Smith's regional hubs in Houston, Hong Kong and Amsterdam are ISO certified and IDEA compliant. In addition, sales and purchasing offices are located in Silicon Valley, Barcelona, Guadalajara, New York, Denver, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Seoul, Singapore, Taipei and Denver.

About ONTILITY

ONTILITY is committed to Connecting the Last Mile of the Solar Industry. Learn Solar design & installation through our professional solar training. Buy Solar from our stocking warehouse of superior solar products at competitive prices. Enjoy Solar Business Success with our full range of partner support services including engineering and design consulting, proposal support, sales and marketing programs, technology solutions, due diligence and financial support, lease programs, custom training and project consulting. Team with us on residential, commercial and large scale Solar Solutions. ONTILITY brings you best-in-class solar business and project training, products, support, services and solutions.

Sep 13
2011

Solar Energy Will Dominate the Energy Mix

POSTED BY Ruben Salinas in solar-thermal energy systems , solar-thermal energy , solar PV system , solar expansion , solar energy growth , renewable energy growth , quality solar pv , Photovoltaic , ontility , increasing solar demand , hydropower , growing solar industry , Energy Mix , decreasing solar prices , boom in solar market , biomass



Photovoltaic and solar-thermal energy systems are predicted to meet most of the world's demand for electricity by 2060, and half of all energy needs. Other renewable energy sources, primarily wind, hydropower and biomass, will supply much of the remaining production capacity, The International Energy Commission's renewable energy division is set to publish a report later this year which goes beyond its previous forecast which predicted that PV and solar thermal technologies would meet about 21 percent of the world's power needs in 2050. Cedric Philibert, senior analyst in the renewable energy division at the IEC said in an Aug. 26 phone interview, "Photovoltaic and concentrated solar power together can become the major source of electricity. You'll have a lot more electricity than today but most of it will be produced by solar-electric technologies."
This scenario suggests a number of major developments during the coming decades. First, there are lots of solar energy systems to be built and installed. The global economy runs on electricity and transportation is getting into the mix in a very big way. So, the demand for electricity will continue to grow at an astounding rate. The 40-60% annual growth rate we've seen over the past few years will not achieve the IEC's prediction – the solar market will grow faster than it has been growing. That kind of growth projection says two things loud and clear to me, solar jobs and solar training. The energy industry has always been a good place to work – many of the best jobs of the 20th century were in the oil business. The good jobs of the 21st century will continue to be in energy, but many more of them will be involved with renewable sources than with fossil fuels. Already, solar is creating more jobs than coal and nuclear.
Next, investors who are able to pick the industry's winners may reap significant returns as the global economy shifts away from fossil fuels. The 17 members of the Bloomberg Large Solar Energy Index have a combined market value of about $27 billion compared with the $2.2 trillion of the MSCI World Energy Index's 119 member companies.
Finally, as most heating and transportation switches from fossil fuels to electric power from renewable sources, energy sector carbon dioxide emissions are expected to drop from about 30 gigatons this year to about 3 gigatons per year by mid-century Regardless of your views on climate change, reducing carbon dioxide emissions is a good indicator of cleaner air.
The solar energy industry is just beginning; As they say in my part of the country, "You ain't seen nothin' yet."

Aug 29
2011

Solar Energy Production Milestone in New Jersey

POSTED BY Ruben Salinas in solar PV system , solar expansion , solar energy growth , renewable energy growth , quality solar pv , ontility , New Jersey Solar Energy , increasing solar demand , growing solar industry , decreasing solar prices , boom in solar market



Solar energy production in New Jersey recently passed a significant milestone. There are now more than 10,000 solar electric systems installed in the state. The New Jersey solar market, driven by an attractive rebate program, an aggressive Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS), and the subsequent demand for Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SRECs), has grown to be the second largest in the country behind California. During the first three months of 2011, New Jersey installed 49 percent more megawatts of solar capacity than it did in the same period last year according to the Board of Public Utilities. The BPU also reported that 520 solar projects with a combined capacity of more than 40 megawatts had been installed in June this year - a new one-month record. Plus, another 5,000 systems have been approved and are in the pipeline.
This tremendous success is not, however, without its downside. That aggressive RPS created a strong demand for SRECs, the credit that each system owner gets; one SREC for each MWh of production capacity (A 10kW system earns approximately 12 SRECs). When New Jersey legislated its RPS, it set the terms and conditions for the creation of a very robust SREC market. Up until a few months ago, SRECs in the state were trading for more than $600 each. So the owner of a new 6kW system could recoup more than $3,600 from the sale of SRECs. That could easily be as much as 10% of the cost of the system. Now, the price of SRECs has dropped by about half to around $300 each, still not a bad price when compared to most markets. In Pennsylvania for example, where the legislation was more broadly written and the SREC market has collapsed, the price has dropped to below $100.
So, why the 50% price drop for New Jersey SRECs? Capitalism. Supply and demand. Free markets. All the stuff we love about our country and our economy. The number of SRECs which utility companies are required to buy is set by the legislature in the terms of the RPS. When solar generating capacity nears the level at which that demand is satisfied, an over-supply situation can result and the SREC price can drop. One solution is to raise the RPS requirements – pump up the demand. That is in fact what the New Jersey legislature is working on.  State Sen. Bob Smith (D., Middlesex), chairman of the Senate Environment and Energy Committee has introduced legislation that would accelerate by one year state requirements for how much renewable energy must be produced, forcing power companies to buy more SRECs. The bill passed the Senate in late June and awaits action in the Assembly.
As solar markets move beyond simple government and utility company sponsored rebate programs and become more closely tied to free market forces, it is increasingly important for solar professionals to be fully informed in all aspects of solar finance. Don't get caught not knowing, take a class, get the solar sales and finance training that will make you able to answer all the questions a client has.

Aug 02
2011

How Much Do Solar Panels Boost Home Sale Prices?

POSTED BY Ruben Salinas in solar PV system , solar expansion , solar energy growth , renewable energy growth , quality solar pv , ontility , increasing solar demand , growing solar industry , decreasing solar prices , boom in solar market



Add a new steel front door to your house and you'll likely recoup the investment if you have to sell. But what about a solar power system? A group of California economists looked at that question in a recent study and found that on average, homeowners in California who install photovoltaic solar panels to power their homes can recover nearly all the investment costs if they move–and that's on top of the annual energy savings. And if they live in a liberal community (with more registered Green Party members and Toyota Priuses) there's an even greater payback. The economists looked at utility data, sales records of single family homes and building permit data in San Diego County and Sacramento County from 2003 through year-end 2010. The study, published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, titled "Understanding the Solar Home Price Premium: Electricity Generation and 'Green' Social Status," is available here. For the average installation, the authors found that solar panels added a $20,194 premium to the sales price of the house based on repeat sales data (houses were in the mid-$500,000 range). Solar is really expensive to install—the average total system cost is $35,967, but the effective price to homeowners with subsidies including the federal tax credit is $20,892. Thus, homeowners appear to recover approximately 97% of their investment costs – in addition to the savings associated with reduced energy bills. By contrast, a luxury kitchen remodel brings a 60% payback, according to Hanley Wood's 2010-2011 Cost v. Value report. A new steel front door brings a 102% payback. For the Hanley Wood report, click here. Of course it depends on your personality as to whether you get more enjoyment out of ushering guests through a steel door, showing off new granite countertops, or leading a tour of the mechanical guts of a photovoltaic system. The solar study has big implications for state and federal policy. "Are subsidies necessary if the value is already there?" asks Joshua Graff Zivin, one of the co-authors and an economist at the University of California, San Diego. "It doesn't mean there is no role, but we don't see the government in the business of subsidizing people to remodel their kitchens," he says. In addition, the professors looked at the solar consumer–what types of people live in solar homes. Don't look for solar installations in small homes in poor minority neighborhoods. Instead, neighborhoods where solar panels have been installed are richer, whiter, more educated, have more registered Democrats, and have larger homes, the study found. When everyone in the household is a registered liberal and the household contributes to environmental causes, the probability of being in a solar home increases even more. Despite the fact that true environmentalists should be minimizing their footprint, homes with solar are bigger, have more bedrooms and bathrooms and are more likely to have a view and a pool. Why should the "green" neighborhoods with high levels of Prius penetration have a solar premium while neighborhoods with a large share of trucks don't? "In the same way as driving a Prius, with solar panels, you're advertising that you're green and virtuous," Graff Zivin says. Co-author Matthew Kahn, an economist at the University of California at Los Angeles, says the solar premium will just get bigger in California if the state allows people to sell excess power back to the grid, or if it introduces real-time pricing (with the introduction of smart meters) where households will be exposed to high kilowatt rates and solar panels will be more valuable.

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