Daily Archives: October 4, 2012

San Francisco’s HOPE SF Renovates Libraries and Public Buildings in 10-Year Plan with Solar Technologies

October 4th, 2012 | by Jennifer Shockley

Currently, as part of HOPE SF, the Bayview/Hunters Point Revitalization Program is underway. It began more than a decade ago with a ten-year plan devised between San Francisco’s Public Library and the Department of Public Works. It is a multi-million dollar plan to renovate every branch of the library in the city and is called the Branch Library Improvement Program


New 44 MW Project By Solartron Is Largest In South Asia, Offset 800,000 Tons Of Carbon Over 25 Years

October 4th, 2012 | by Glenn Meyers

This overseas solar energy news comes from Planetsave. Thanks, Nathan. [repostus hash=ac0a2e4f822e9ead08b2ec35e8d7a619 title=New+44+MW+Project+By+Solartron+Is+Largest+In+South+Asia%2C+Offset+800%2C000+Tons+Of+Carbon+Over+25+Years host=Planetsave short=1oIeK snip=%C2%A0+The+world%E2%80%99s+largest+producer+of+solar+panels%2C+Power+Holdings+Co.%2C+recently+announced+that+the+largest+silicon+photovoltaic+power+plant+in+South+Asia%2C+%E2%80%98Sunny+Bangchak%E2%80%99%2C+achieved+grid+connection+on+September+4%2C+2012.+The+44-megawatt+project+is+located+in+Bang+Pa-In%2C+Ayutthaya%2C+40+kilometers%26hellip%3B thumb=2977800 jump


Tankless Water Heaters Made Simple

October 4th, 2012 | by pressroom

The new NPE Series greatly reduces time and labor for a typical tankless retrofit by utilizing existing gas lines and existing flue chases. In fact, this new technology allows installation time to be reduced by half compared to other tankless water heaters. All these technical advances make the Navien NPE tankless series ideal for tank water heater replacement



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