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EDWARD ALLEN, FAIA
The Debate Is Over (Or Is It?)
By Chuck Kutscher
42 the biz
Thin-Film Solar Gains in
Efficiency, Market Share
By Rona Fried, Ph. D.
Clean Air Rules on Hold
By Robert Ukeiley
ASES Policy Committee
Outlines Action Recommendations
By David Hill
44 the trade
Rules of Thumb for Tower Sizing
By Mick Sagrillo
Safety Matters | Avoid Explosions
By C. Byron Winn, Ph.D.
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6 What’s New at Solar Today.org
16 View from the States: Hawaii
47 New Products
50 Inside ASES
52 Chair’s Corner
53 Ad Index
54 Ask Ken Q&As
15 new energy
Cape Verde Students Build
Solar Desalination Stills
By Brian Newhouse
46 howzit work?
Offshore Wind Turbine
By Seth Masia
Cool Cities Hold Promise
to Reduce Climate Change
By Michael Totten
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