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How to choose a Top Quality Solar Contractor

Sat, November 30, 2013 - By Scott Oman

It should come as no surprise that the boom in residential solar installation has created a multitude of contractors looking to cash in on a growing trend. As with home improvement, there is a right way and a wrong way to do things and getting the most for your money requires making sure things get done right. Aside from the obvious things like making sure the panels are installed in direct sunlight and not under a tree, the following are some things to consider based on my experience from selling and installing more than 800 solar power systems for homeowners, businesses, and government.

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South Coast Solar installs 85 kW solar system at Abita Brewing Co.

Thu, September 19, 2013 - By Scott Oman

South Coast Solar LLC of New Orleans, a leading solar design-build contractor, has announced the installation of a grid connected 85 kW photovoltaic (PV) system on the rooftop of the Abita Brewing Company LLC, a Louisiana-based craft brewery.

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NRG Playground at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Charter School for Science and Technology

Tue, May 21, 2013 - By Scott Oman

Check out the video capturing a two month time lapse of solar panels being installed over the NRG Playground at the Dr. Martin Luther King Charter School for Science & Technology in New Orleans, LA.

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City Park readies its 50-acre Festival Grounds

Mon, December 03, 2012 - By Scott Oman

As he unloaded tree after tree for City Park ’s latest venture on a perfect, crisp fall morning last week, all Tom Benge could do was marvel as he surveyed the transformed landscape around him. That section of the park, which had seemed neglected since Hurricane Katrina tore through, is being transformed into a multipurpose 50-acre swath called the Festival Grounds.

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City Park’s new Festival Grounds has something for everyone

Mon, December 03, 2012 - By Scott Oman

City Park will open a new recreational area called the Festival Grounds. The project is a part of the park’s master plan and was partly funded by a $4 million community development block grant it received after Hurricane Katrina. Once it’s completed there will be a beautiful reunion/picnic shelter, wetlands, five sports fields and for all you workout fanatics a covered outdoor gym.

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