A Proposal for Expanded International Collaboration

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A Proposal for Expanded International Collaboration

We can all benefit from the sharing of knowledge across the construction industries and among countries

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The Impact of TOU on PV - Go West

March 20, 2007

Today, most residences are billed for electricity usage according to the total amount used over a given month.  In the San Diego area, most residential customers are charged for their electricity use under the ... [continue reading]

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Solar Tool Hits Sweet Spot

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March 20, 2007

The SunEye, a solar-access and shade analysis tool from Solmetric, is really easy to use. It is so simple that you don’t even have to adjust the compass for magnetic north, as you ... [continue reading]

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Burning Daylight

Author: Mary James
March 20, 2007

Renewable Technologies, Incorporated, (RTI) sells, well, renewable technologies, but in the process it offers a service that many of its competitors haven’t yet thought to offer—energy auditing. Darryl Conklin, who founded ... [continue reading]

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Solar Empowerment

Author: Tracy Fox
March 20, 2007

Gary Gerber, CEO and founder of Sun Light and Power in Berkeley, California, has been working in the renewable energy field for 30 years. He successfully steered his solar design and installation company through the lean ... [continue reading]

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Designing for Solar

March 20, 2007

Deciding where to put a PV system on a roof can be a struggle, especially if the best place for the system is unavailable for some reason. That’s when an architect or designer ... [continue reading]

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Roof-Mounted PV Systems

Author: Tracy Fox
March 20, 2007

One of the most important things you can do when designing and installing a PV system is to get to know the customer’s roof. While there are many facets to designing and installing ... [continue reading]

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Is Energy Efficiency an American Value?

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Is Energy Efficiency an American Value?

Energy efficiency is good for the economy, good for families, good for workers, and good for the environment.

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