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PLEASE SHARE! San Diego, CA (PRWEB) May 02, 2013 Ninety Low-Income Households Across Southern California to Receive Solar Panels

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"For each new property that goes solar with Sullivan Solar Power, the company will donate one locally manufactured solar panel to GRID Alternatives, a non-profit organization that pairs California's low-income solar rebates with philanthropy..."PLS.SHARE!

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Ruth R (246)
Monday May 20, 2013, 12:53 pm
Thank you Sullivan Solar Power and GRID Alternatives ! Great Work!

Christeen A (368)
Monday May 20, 2013, 1:02 pm
This is awesome. Thanks for sharing.

Carol H (229)
Tuesday May 21, 2013, 4:53 am
noted, thanks Ruth

Alice C (1797)
Tuesday May 21, 2013, 8:32 am
In our continued efforts to support Nancy LaPlaca’s run for a position on the Arizona Corporation Commission (while also spreading good and important information), here’s another post written by Nancy. This one was originally published on the Arizona Capitol Times (with some minor changes).

The issue that raised their ire was my asking whether spending $1.1 billion to $1.6 billion of ratepayer money to purchase the departing ownership shares of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) and NV Energy, and update the air quality systems at the Navajo Generating Station (NGS) is a wise investment. Given that our neighboring states and utilities around the country are abandoning coal and investing heavily in natural gas and renewable energy generation, is sinking good money into a 40-year-old plant our only choice?

When studies show that for every $1 spent, clean energy creates three times more jobs than fossil fuels, what’s wrong with looking into alternative investments? Clean energy can increase the number of available jobs and address environmental and health issues people are concerned about. We know that coal fuel and compliance costs are going to continue to increase as time goes on, so why invest in technologies that only increase the cost of electricity? Why restrict the Navajo economy when diversifying the energy mix at NGS by adding wind, solar PV, or solar CSP could create 3,000 new jobs?

What I want, along with many others, is to diversify and transform the Navajo economy by expanding the mix of energy and create even more jobs that could be filled by Navajo and Hopi people. I want them to earn higher wages, enjoy better working conditions, lead healthier lives and have better career options for generations to come.

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