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Appalachian Energy Summit

Supporting Our Local Universities Join us at this year's Appalachian Energy Summit, hosted by Appalachian State University. Strata's Project Controls Financial Analyst and member of our Green Team,…

How Strata Solar built its model on regulatory innovation

Looking for the first big startup that disrupts North Carolina’s power industry? Mike Mazzola, executive director of UNC Charlotte’s Energy Production and Infrastructure Center, says it already…

WEBINAR: Emergency Preparedness for O&M Providers

In case you missed the live event, check out this webinar we hosted with Strata's Director of Operations, Mike Loeser.  View Webinar << Back to News  

Strata Talks Storage at Intersolar Conference

Joshua Rogol Represents Strata on Panel The future of energy storage is here. Join us at this year's Intersolar Conference. Strata's Head of Energy Storage, Joshua Rogol, will be talking about the…

ARTICLE: Charlotte Business Journal Visits Strata

Strata was recently hosted John Downey, Energy Reporter from the Charlotte Business Journal. Keep reading for his article from his visit. Strata Solar executive on westward expansion, battery…

Strata + Avista Break Ground on Washington State's Largest Solar Facility

Check out the article in the Capital Press from our recent groundbreaking ceremony in Lind, Washington. Cameras were rolling as the golden shovels hit the site where the 28MW solar facility, the…

PODCAST: Solar Power World Talks to Strata

Kelly Pickerel, editor of Solar Power World, recently chatted with Strata's Brian O'Hara to talk about how Strata was able to 'crack the code' in North Carolina and what's next as we expand into new…

WEBINAR: Emergency Preparedness - Partnering with the Right O&M Company for Your Solar PV Assets

Summary The reliable and economic operation and maintenance (O&M) of solar Photovoltaic (PV) assets over the project lifetime is often overlooked yet has proven to be a critical concern for site…

PRESS RELEASE: NC Partnerships Bring Community Solar to Low- and Middle-Income Customers

When it comes to bringing solar energy projects to low- or middle-income communities in North Carolina, nobody has quite been able to figure out a method that makes immediate financial sense, until…