On-Site Solar Power Report: EL Insights, Issue 27 – Sept. 1, 2011
The latest report from EL PRO provides research covering on-site solar power. If your enterprise is considering on-site solar power, has already installed on-site solar power, or if you’re in the renewable energy business, this is a must read report. The 27 page report covers: Manufacturers, Installers, Benefits, Costs; Latest Developments & Incentives; Adoption by Business; Projections; and includes Q&As with Denver International Airport, Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Organizations mentioned include…
NREL, Canadian Solar, Yingli Green Energy, Q-Cells, China Sunergy, Kyocera, SunPower, JA Solar, Sanyo, E-Ton, Solarfun, Sharp, Gintech, Suntech Power, First Solar, Motech, Trina Solar and Neo Solar, Sunlogics, Solar Development Inc., Borrego Solar, Solar Electrical Systems, Nexamp, REC Solar, UPS: The logistics company Pike Research, AT&T, FedEx, Gap, Johnson & Johnson, Lockheed Martin, Macy’s, Walmart, GM, Alcoa, Tony’s Fine Foods, Digital Technology Labs, Warner Bros., San Diego County Water Authority, University of California San Diego, Los Angeles Air Force Base, Harley Davidson, General Mills, Spruce Environmental Technologies, Costco, Nestle, Longs Drug Store, IPCC, SEIA, IEEE, New York Power Authority, Southern California Edison, Pacific Gas and Electric, DOE, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Denver International Airport, McGraw-Hill Companies, Toys R Us, Gloucester Marine Terminal, Kaiser Permanente, NTT Group, Staples, Hiram Walker & Sons, Avidan Management, Snyder’s-Lance, AstraZeneca, Arizona Western College, Hershey Company, McCormick & Co., TD Bank, IKEA, Cincinnati Zoo, Twentieth Century Fox, Campbell Soup Company and Hertz.
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