install more than 200 small stand-alone
PV systems, some of which were in a village
CLARA CHANGXIN FANG accepted the
John and Barbara Yellott Award, which
is given to a graduate student concentrating on solar energy in a recognized institution of higher learning. Fang is working
on a master’s degree in environmental
management at Yale. Her concentration
is urban ecology and environmental
design, which includes courses in renewable energy, urban planning and architecture. In addition to her academic program,
Fang has managed a number of marketing
and conference outreach projects for the
North American Board of Certified Energy
Practitioners (NABCEP). Her work has
resulted in increased awareness of the mission of NABCEP’s renewable energy certification organization. ST
ASES Trust Fund
The ASES Trust Fund was established
in November 1999 to receive
contributions to an endowment for
ASES that will provide income for
ASES educational programs in
perpetuity. To make a donation, visit
$300,000 and higher
C.e. Bennett Foundation
$25,000 – $50,000
karl W. and renate Böer $40,000
Mrs. lammot du Pont Copeland $25,000
otto and Phoebe Hass Fund at
the Seattle Foundation $25,000
$10,000 – $25,000
richard Collins $10,000
Molly o. ross $10,000
4-5, Gerald, Mo.
Passive Solar Heating and Cooling
Center for Renewable Energy and
Solar Energy Industries Association
Contact Shannon Watson,
16-17, Stevens Point, Wis.
Small Wind Power Conference
19-21, Stevens Point, Wis.
2009 Energy Fair
Midwest Renewable Energy Association
10-12, Tinmouth, Vt.
14-16, San Francisco
Intersolar North America 2009
Contact Kelli Torres, 408.943.6979
24-26, John Day, Ore.
Sol West Renewable Energy Fair
Contact Jennifer Barker, 541-575-3633
28-31, Niagara Falls, N. Y.
2009 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy
Efficiency in Industry
American Council for an Energy-
Contact Rebecca Lunetta, 302.292.3966
Organize a solar tour in your area on October 3, 2009.
Be part of the
ASES National Solar Tour,
the largest grassroots solar
energy event in America.
Photo courtesy Green Energy Ohio
60 June 2009 SOLAR TODAY