- Is this how PV arrays are cleaned?
- How long until you are finished?
- Could you use a larger brush?
Wishing you a wonderful and Happy New Year!
The year 2017 has gone by quickly, and AriSEIA has accomplished a full and active agenda to further solar and renewable energy in Arizona.
This lecture is one in a series that includes:
Feb. 7, 2019 - Living an Edible Landscape Life
April 4, 2019 - Radiant Cooling and Other Alternatives to Conventional Air Conditioning
June 6, 2019 - Cutting Edge Residential and Commercial Green High-Performance Buildings
Admission: The lecture series is sponsored by the Scottsdale Green Building Program. The lectures are free and open to the public; no reservations are needed.
Contact: Anthony Floyd, green building program manager, city of Scottsdale, afloyd@ScottsdaleAZ.gov, 480-312-4202.
Proposition 127 Constitutional Amendment
Arizona 2018 General Election November 6, 2018
“Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona Amendment.”
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Todd Stern, a visiting lecturer at Yale Law School, was U.S. special envoy for climate change from 2009 to 2016.
As President Trump takes the reins of power, anxiety and uncertainty are the order of the day for those concerned about the threat of climate change. Trump has ranged from disbelieving (climate change is a Chinese “hoax”) to dismissive (we should “cancel” the 2015 Paris agreement) to open (“I’m looking at it very closely. . . . I have an open mind to it”) on the issue.
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.
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