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Solar Commitment: SEIA Environmental Initiative Grows

Solar Commitment: SEIA Environmental Initiative Grows

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is rolling out new developments for its evolving Solar Industry Commitment to Environmental and Social Responsibility (Solar Commitment) with the addition of three new members of its advisory group, BSR, As You Sew, and Boston Common. According to John Smirnow, the vice president of SEIA, in Washington, these new advisors will work with other organizations to help determine the reporting parameters for SEIA's first sustainability report, expected in first quarter 2013.
Solar Pioneer to Receive Solar Energy Award

Solar Pioneer to Receive Solar Energy Award

Martin A. Green, Inaugural Scientia Professor at the Center for Photovoltaic Engineering and foundation director of the Center for Third Generation Photovoltaics at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, is the winner of the 2003 Karl Böer Solar Energy Medal of Merit Award.
Clean Energy Leaders Form Advocacy Group

Clean Energy Leaders Form Advocacy Group

Twelve noted national energy experts have joined together to establish a formal, yet virtual group, to address key national and global issues on energy, environment and development.
Like minds: A common agenda

Like minds: A common agenda

In January the European Commission presented its long-awaited proposal for a Directive on the promotion of renewable energies. This policy is based on the unified voice of the industry, argue Arthouros Zervos and Oliver Schaefer.
FERC Relicensing: Working Together to Determine the Best Use of a Public Resource

FERC Relicensing: Working Together to Determine the Best Use of a Public Resource

During the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission relicensing process for Puget Sound Energy's 170-MW Baker River project, representatives of 24 groups worked collaboratively for five years to determine the best use of the water resource. The principles of interaction used in the Baker River process can be adapted for other projects.