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SÃO PAULO, 22 de março de 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- O ex-presidente dos Estados Unidos, Bill Clinton; o ex-governador da Califórnia, Arnold Schwarzenegger; o fundador do Grupo Virgin, Richard Branson; e o cineasta, James Cameron, serão palestrantes no 2º FÓRUM MUNDIAL DE SUS

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Serviço Comparativo de Rede de Eficiência Energética Móvel da GSMA ganha apoio de 20 operadoras móveis

LONDRES, 22 de março de 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A GSMA anunciou hoje que o seu Serviço Comparativo de Rede de Eficiência Energética Móvel (EEM), lançado em novembro de 2010, já recrutou mais 17 operadoras de redes móveis (ORMs), aumentando o número total de

American Airlines VP Roger Frizzell, Named to Advisory Board of Mission NewEnergy, Limited

WASHINGTON, March 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Multi-Media Enterprises is reporting that Mission NewEnergy Limited (ASX: MBT), a global leader in providing energy from renewable origins, has named Roger Frizzell, Vice President of Corporate Communications at American Airlines, to its Advisory Board. The

El servicio Mobile Energy Efficiency Network Benchmarking de GSMA obtiene el respaldo de 20 operadores de telefonía móvil

LONDRES, 22 de marzo de 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- GSMA anunció hoy que su servicio de evaluación comparativa de eficiencia energética en redes de telefonía móvil (Mobile Energy Efficiency (MEE) Network Benchmarking Service), lanzado en noviembre de 2010, ya ha reclutado 17 operad

Duke Energy Strives to Give Away Another 10 Million CFLs

CHARLOTTE, N.C., March 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK) today announced plans to distribute 10 million free compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) to eligible customers in 2011. (Logo: ) "As people across the globe pla


Horizon Wind Energy Invests Approximately $175 Million in Paulding County, Ohio

PAYNE, Ohio, March 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- EDP Renewables NA (EDPR NA), through its subsidiary Horizon Wind Energy (Horizon), continues to make good progress on the construction on Ohio's first commercial wind farm – a project that will result in numerous jobs and a significant contribution t


Pyrograf®-III Stacked-Cup Carbon Nanotubes Approved by the EPA...

Pyrograf Products was recently issued a Consent Order by the US Environmental Protection Agency allowing the sale of...

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South Florida Solar Power Installer Heliotropics Plugs into Semantic...

How one green energy enabler leverages the high visibility and broad accessibility of Web 3.0 design to promote a compelling proposition of lower utility bills coupled with smaller carbon footprints.

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Targray Brings Cost-Effective LiPF6-based Electrolyte Solution to...

Targray Technology International announces that it has entered into a distribution agreement with Golden Light Hi-Tech (A.K.A "Shantou Jinguang Hi-Tech Company (U.S.A) Inc.) for the distribution...

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Austin, Texas, Breaks Advanced Energy Ground with June 5 Cool House...

Bumper Crop of Applications for Austin’s June 5 Cool House Tour Brings Rich Harvest of Energy-Smart, Money-Saving Home and Lifestyle Solutions

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Sustainability Expert and Award Winning "Eco Hero" Daryl...

From co-founding the Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance to her civil disobedience arrest at a West Virginia mountaintop removal strip-mine, Daryl Hannah’s “off the grid” lifestyle and activism make her...

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    There's a lot to know when it comes to building and installing a solar power system.  The components that go into a system are like the parts on a car in that they all work together for the same ultimate goal, but the quality of each component can make a big difference in performance.  

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    A solar power system is one of the biggest investments a homeowner will make, so it's important to make sure that everything is installed properly and built to last.  Components vary quite a bit in terms of electrical output, form factor and weight, but most panels will come with a 20-25 year warranty, making solar a long term investment, dependent on a strong foundation of a quality install. 

  • Why Professional Solar Installation Matters

    Why Professional Solar Installation Matters

    The age of the internet has also ushered in a new wave of DIY thinking.  Where in the past, information was a precious resource, today you can learn how to do just about anything with a couple strategic Google searches.   Just because you can learn how to do something, however, doesn't mean you should, and when it comes to installing a solar power system, or anything heavy you plan on putting on your roof, it's a good idea to always use the services of a professional installer. 

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    As you get a little closer to pulling the trigger on a solar power system, one of the final steps before actually purchasing a product is to have a professional installer come out to your home and do a site visit.  The purpose of this visit is to make sure your roof is appropriate for solar power, determine what kind and size of system you will need and then put together a quote that will show you the pricing and details of your new system.  While a good installer will walk you through this process, being a good consumer means having some solid information going into your site visit, so here’s a look at what you need to know before the installer arrives.

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