The Maverick building is joining a small yet growing group of downtown-area buildings using solar power.
In an effort to promote San Antonio’s solar footprint, Build San Antonio Green (BSAG) will host Solar Fest on Saturday, Nov. 5 at Roosevelt Park.
More than 600 people gathered for the second annual Sustainability Summit to learn how individuals and businesses can turn ambitious ideas into action.
Almost three-quarters of the 11,280 panels that make up the 1.2 megawatt solar farm in Adkins, Texas have already been reserved by commercial and residential CPS Energy customers, officials said Monday.
The sun did not shine on Solar Fest on Saturday, but an overcast sky and occasional drop of rain did not deter crowds from stopping by Roosevelt Park for the annual event that mixes fun with solar-powered education.
A lot has changed in the local solar energy industry since last year’s Solar Fest.
Efraim Varga, proprietor of Varga Endeavors LLC, is bullish on development of new housing projects in Southtown.
San Antonians have been installing solar panels on their rooftops for more than a decade, but soon CPS Energy customers will have two more ways to participate in the solar economy.
The Maverick Building on East Houston Street, one of the oldest buildings in downtown San Antonio, is undergoing renovations to become one of the first “affordable” residential complexes in the urban core by 2016.
After about seven months of planning, Build San Antonio Green (BSAG) and Solar San Antonio (SSA) announced their official merger on Monday after a meeting of the two nonprofit boards finalized the arrangement.