Origis in the Solar News

TOP 100 — Cooperative Energy Prepares to Open Solar Farm Near Sumrall

For full article see: Mississippi Business Journal In recent years, customer surveys for the 11 rural electric cooperatives in Mississippi that purchase power from the not-for-profit Cooperative Energy (formerly South Mississippi Electric Power Association) have indicated a higher interest in using “green” power — electricity generated from alternative energy sources [...]

Cooperative Energy, Origis Energy Donate to Lamar County Education Foundation

For full article see: Solar Power World By Kathie Zipp Cooperative Energy and Origis Energy today made a joint donation of $25,000 to the Lamar County Education Foundation. The donation will support students throughout the Lamar County school district in Mississippi. “This donation is our way of saying thank you [...]

Solar Panels to Provide Half of Campus Energy

Original article source: TheHoya.com Georgetown University has partnered with Origis Energy USA to build a solar power system off campus that could provide nearly 50 percent of the campus’s electricity by the 2019-20 academic year. The agreement, announced Monday, aligns with the university’s goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Origis [...]

New Off-site Solar Project to Provide Nearly Half of Georgetown’s Electricity Needs

For full article see: Georgetown.edu September 18, 2017 – Georgetown and Origis Energy USA today announced a power purchase agreement to develop a 32.5-megawatt offsite solar power system that will provide almost 50 percent of campus electricity needs and help the university fulfill its sustainability mission. The project reinforces Georgetown’s [...]

Tallahassee to Move from Hydro to Solar

For full article see: pv magazine USA. The decision to shutter the 11-MW C.H. Corn Hydroelectric Station by the city’s municipal utility comes down to cost and reliability – something the city believes it can get more effectively from solar than water. After years of fighting solar power, the Sunshine [...]