Sept. 2020 — Lt. Governor Kathy Hochschul toured the prototype of the 4,100 panel battery storage system planned for the Javits Center, which was designed and installed by Quixotic Systems. The model overcomes the convention center roof’s complex engineering challenges.
Nov. 2017 — Members of the Quixotic team testified before the New York City Council Committee on Environmental Protection. We tried to make a persuasive case that many City-owned buildings are better suited for solar thermal (domestic hot water) systems than for photovoltaic one…
June 2017— Every year, Quixotic Systems attends the annual solar industry show Inter-Solar, the largest of its kind, in Munich. While the show’s emphasis used to be on solar panels, this year’s theme was Energy Storage Solutions (ESS), which represents a transformative shift for renewable energy…
Jan. 2017 — Article in Solar Reviews about Quixotic Systems’ Design for Urban Health Plan
Sept. 2016 — Read the Habitat Magazine article A Solar Cluster Grows in Brooklyn
May 2015 — Article in Habitat magazine about Solarize Brooklyn CB6.
Nov. 2014 — The project, believed to be the first of its kind for a Staten Island school, involves 165 solar panels installed on a two-level flat rooftop over the elementary school building, according to Sister Patricia Corley, president of the all-girls school.
Nov. 2014 — The 103.005 kW system, one of the largest in the five boroughs, was designed by Quixotic Systems and installed by Atlantech Solar. See coverage in the Staten Island Advance.
June 20, 2013 — Richard Klein from Quixotic Systems argues that solar companies need to learn how to grow without incentives in order to survive. This clip is from Solar State of Play, part of the series Clean Energy Connections.
Nov. 2012 article in The Construction Specifier on the challenges and benefits of installing solar systems in cities. See page 90.
Feb. 2009 — Read the article Catching Some Rays.