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Carport

A roofed automobile shelter adjoining a house and open on two or more sides.

carport

A covered automobile shelter associated with a separate dwelling. It has one or more sides open to the weather.
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But councilors said they couldn't grant the residents' requests that carports identified and confirmed to violate city regulations be left alone, or that complaints of code violations be made only against an immediate neighbor.
With more than 45 MW of solar parking canopies installed to date, Solaire has expanded its offerings to include financing and development of carport, roof, and ground solar projects, as well as a la carte EPC services.
In response to all these complaints and problems in ordering carports online and offline, MetalCarportsGuide.
Alkmaar, Schagen and Burgerbrug are the towns chosen for this experimental project: the installation of a carport for 8 cars manufactured by the Italian company Giulio Barbieri S.
Eldor Contracting Corporation, one of the New York-Tri-State area's largest electrical construction and renewable energy companies, has completed the fifth solar carport in its 12.
The carport solar system we installed at the Wyndham in New Jersey will help offset the hotel's energy bills by 67 percent.
Supported by web steel joists and joist girders, the steel carport structures will have solar photovoltaic power panels--composed of modules--installed on top.
following a successful collaboration with Kyocera on the original Solar Grove, an award-winning, 235-kilowatt solar carport installed at Kyocera's North American headquarters in San Diego.
A carport can be more than just a shelter for your car.
Security is also an added bonus of having a carport, as once under cover your car will be less likely to be vandalised or stolen.
Many batteries are illegally disposed of in dumps and water sources, but many more are simply forgotten in someone's garage, carport, yard, storage unit or shed, where they could contaminate soil and ground water, explode in a fire or become a source of lead poisoning to people and pets.
of Montreal, Canada, on the occasion of the EVS26 Electric Vehicle Symposium in Los Angeles from May 6-8th, 2012, today announced the launch in North America of the isola[TM] solar charging carport.