The debate over climate change is largely settled, and most Americans understand that one of the best weapons to reduce climate altering emissions is for individuals to employ passive solar strategies and adopt renewable energy technologies.
Vision of a Solar Arizona
A time when significant amounts of clean energy are generated from the power of the sun – may be closer than you think. In this presentation, compiled by the Arizona Department of Commerce Energy Office in 2002, you’ll learn of efforts to maximize the utilization of renewable energy across the state. This was developed as part of the Million Solar Roofs program, which concluded in 2006.
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Photo contributors for this presentation: Al Nichols Engineering, Arizona Energy Office, Arizona Solar Center, Arizona Public Service, Arizona Solar Energy Ind. Association, American Solar, Calex Homes, City of Glendale, City of Tucson, John Miller Homes, Living Systems Architecture, Dr. Martin J. Pasqualetti, Prescott College, Salt River Project, US DOE - NREL