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GAF Energy | March 14, 2023
GAF Energy, a Standard Industries company for solar roofing, has recently obtained approval from Los Angeles County for its Timberline Solar roof installation in buildings and residential areas. After a multi-month evaluation of the Research Section of the Department of Public Works Building and Safety Division, it got approval.
The review confirmed that Timberline Solar satisfies all the conditions of the County's 2023 Codes for Electrical, Residential, Building, Green Buil...
SOLAR+STORAGE, STRATEGY AND BEST PRACTICES
EtaPRO | October 14, 2022
Amidst a global move towards renewable energy sources, decarbonization and net zero emissions, EtaPRO LLC, a Toshiba Group Company, has installed its asset condition and monitoring solution at Indonesia’s PT Geo Dipa Energi (Persero) (GDE) geothermal power plant*1 through a contract with Toshiba Asia Pacific Indonesia.*2 EtaPRO uses IoT and AI technologies, including predictive failure diagnosis and performance monitoring, to optimize GDE’s plant performance.This service represents a...
CalMatters | April 01, 2020
In 2006, California’s pledge to build 1 million solar energy systems on homes, schools, farms and businesses was visionary and audacious, but achievable. By the end of the decade, we hit the million solar roofs milestone through a combination of smart government policy, a supportive business coalition and willing consumers. A new decade calls for a new goal: 1 million solar batteries by 2028. California already generates more electricity from solar power than any other state. Though we still h...
Microsoft | January 22, 2020
Microsoft shook up the debate about global warming last week by vowing to make its operations carbon negative — meaning it will take more carbon out of the environment than it emits by 2030, and move rapidly to mop up the equivalent of every bit of carbon it has put into the atmosphere since its founding in 1975. Some of Microsoft’s tricks for reducing its carbon emissions are already familiar — using electricity from renewable sources (electricity production accounts for one-third of U.S. carbo...
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