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Joanna Schroeder

  • BioEnergyBytesDFCleanEdison, is company focused on clean energy education, is offering solar energy training. Classes offered include BPI certification courses and LEED Green Associate preparation. The variety of courses and educational and professional training provides individuals with the necessary skills to secure a position in the growing clean workforce.
  • The 24th Annual SRI Conference is offering a new resource and a fresh take on clean tech investing. A new session moderated by Dan Adler, managing director of the Clean Energy Angel Fund and CalCEF, and including Dan Rosen, CEO, Solar Mosaic, will explore the clean tech landscape and the newest products and strategies for sustainable and responsible investors. “Investing in Clean Tech: Expanding Opportunities for ESG/SRI Investors,” will focus on recent developments in crowdsourcing, green bonds, clean energy victory bonds, PACE financing, MLPs, and REIT eligibility. Click here for more information on the SRI Conference taking place October 28-20, 2013 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
  • Sol Systems has secured an investor for a 500 kW North Carolina project. The system, located in Clayton, North Carolina, was funded through a larger multi-megawatt portfolio.
  • RGS Energy, the commercial and utility division of Real Goods Solar, has been selected by Ironhouse Sanitary District (ISD) to deploy a 1.1 megawatt (MW) solar power system at its water recycling facility and administration building in Oakley, California. RGS Energy will design, install, monitor and maintain the solar power system at the water recycling facility and the administration building. The installation will be comprised of a 1 MW single-axis tracking system and 60 kilowatt carport system, which will generate more than 2.3 million kilowatt hours of solar electricity per year to power the facilities. Construction is scheduled to begin in the fall of 2013 and be completed in the first quarter of 2014.
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