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Solar Farm At Atlanta Airport A Possibility

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 08/12/2011

Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is considering installing solar panels to generate electricity. Airport official Michael Cheyne told Georgia utility regulators Thursday [...]

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Woodstock, Georgia Leads Charge For Electric Cars, Solar Panels

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 08/10/2011

Woodstock officials continue to lead the way in promoting environmentally friendly initiatives. Last week, the city became the first government [...]

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Understanding NABCEP – The PV (Photovoltaic) Solar Certification and Training

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 08/10/2011

Solar Energy USA is proud to use a solar installation team led by one of just 16 NABCEP PV (photovoltaic) Certified individuals in Georgia.

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North Georgia Homeowner Happy About New Solar Panels From Solar Energy USA

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 08/09/2011

“We are very pleased with the professional installation job on our historic home in the North Georgia Mountains. The solar [...]

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$1.5 Billion Dollar Star Trek Theme Park To Be Powered By Alternative Energy

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 08/09/2011

There are a lot of famous Star Trek fans out there but none of us are as rich as King [...]

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Roswell, Georgia Business Owner Happy To Deal With Solar Energy USA

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 08/09/2011

“We cannot say enough positive comments regarding our experience with Solar Energy. From proposal, sale, and installation to maintenance, the [...]

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GA Power To Upgrade Power Plants, Likely Raise Rates

Posted by Solar Energy USA on 08/05/2011

Power rates increased over 20% in 2010 and are already scheduled to increase an additional 20% in 2011 as a result of the high costs of building two new nuclear power plants. The plants being dubbed “Vogtle Units 3 and 4″…