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Solar Water Heating Made Easy
By David Sweetman
How Nevada’s Valley Electric Association launched the nation’s
largest known solar water-heating program — offering co-op
members trained installers, right-sized systems and interest-free
loans while avoiding peak power purchases and carbon emissions.
SOLAR POWER PARTNERS
Financing Large-Scale Solar Projects
By Warren Diven and Glen Price, Best Best & Krieger LLP
From tax-exempt bonds available to public agencies to power purchase agreements
and municipal funding for private agencies, the authors examine the various financing
options and their respective benefits.
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place May 17-22 in Phoenix, but you can read sneak-peek
interviews with the event’s scheduled presenters beforehand on the SOLAR TODAY blog, solartoday.org/blog. And check out the conference
program while you register at solar2010.org.
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