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Rooftop solar on the rise
The Solar on Warehouses report assesses the rooftop solar potential of America’s medium and large warehouses. It builds on previous research in Solar on Superstores that assesses the solar potential of America’s big box stores with a report and data visualization, including state-by-state, region-by-region, and brand-by-brand numbers.
Solar on Warehouses
Video footage and text transcripts – Please credit any portion of the video clips below to Scott Sandonato.
Solar on Warehouses launch event
- Peter Humphrey, President and CEO of North Atlantic Corp.
- Alex Keally, Vice President of Solect Energy
- Johanna Neumann, Environment America Research & Policy Center’s Senior Director of Clean Energy Campaigns
- Link to video recording of Peter Humphrey, President and CEO of North Atlantic Corp, which has solar on their Somerset plant
- Link to video of Alex Kealley, Senior Vice President with Solect Energy, the installer of North Atlantic Corp’s solar system
Drone footage over warehouses – Please credit footage at the links below to Zachary Cussick, 41st Parallel.
- Footage of warehouse rooftops without solar
- Fly over warehouse with rooftop solar
- Birds eye of small group of people on a solar rooftop
- People walking around a warehouse rooftop covered with solar, checking out the panels
Drone footage over houses – Please credit footage at the links below to Zachary Cussick, 41st Parallel.
- Fly over houses in a neighborhood – some with solar panels, some without
- Fly over houses in a neighborhood and start or end at the warehouse with solar panels on the roof
Drone footage over houses – Please credit footage at the links below to “Patrick Brown for Certasun.”
Hand-held b-roll – Please credit footage at the links below to to Scott Sandonato.
- Climbing up/down the ladder to the warehouse’s solar roof
- Johanna talking with Alex and Peter on solar roof
- Johanna, Peter and Alex walking and talking next to warehouse
- North Atlantic Corp. signs
- Pan of roof’s solar panels
- Pan of the warehouse from street level
- Touring inside the warehouse
- Johanna Neumann and volunteer with Go Solar and Environment America Research & Policy Center signs on solar rooftop
- Johanna Neumann with Solar on Warehouses materials
- Renewable Energy sign
Rooftop / warehouse community solar projects:
Recent press conference on warehouse rooftop – Credit: Vote Solar:
This press conference included representatives from NJ Governor Murphy’s office, NJ Assemblywoman Yvonne Lopez, advocates, a community solar installer, and a community solar customer, as well as workforce development rep from DOL’s Job Corps.
Please credit the following photos to Tim O’Connor.
- Photos of Johanna, Peter and Alex touring the solar rooftop and warehouse
- Photos of Johanna talking with Peter, the warehouse owner and Alex, the solar installer
- Photos of Johanna and other speakers with the Go Solar sign – credit Tim O’Connor
Please credit the following photo to Johanna Neumann.
Please credit the following photos to North Atlantic Corps.
Please credit the following photos to Solect.
Rooftop / warehouse community solar projects:
New Jersey press event on warehouse’s solar rooftop:
Senior Director, Campaign for 100% Renewable Energy, Environment America Research & Policy Center
Johanna directs strategy and staff for Environment America's energy campaigns at the local, state and national level. In her prior positions, she led the campaign to ban smoking in all Maryland workplaces, helped stop the construction of a new nuclear reactor on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay and helped build the support necessary to pass the EmPOWER Maryland Act, which set a goal of reducing the state’s per capita electricity use by 15 percent. She also currently serves on the board of Community Action Works. Johanna lives in Amherst, Massachusetts, with her family, where she enjoys growing dahlias, biking and the occasional game of goaltimate.
Director of Media Relations, The Public Interest Network
Mark leads The Public Interest Network’s national communications and media relations campaigns. Before joining The Public Interest Network, Mark worked at CNN for nearly 20 years, and taught writing classes for six years through the Turner Professional Development Center. Mark was the recipient of an Emmy Award, two Peabody Awards and a DuPont Award. Mark currently lives near Denver, Colo., with his wife and three children. He's also a music fanatic who's been lucky enough to interview many of his favorite artists.