New Orleans, Louisiana [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Bruce Harris has a big smile on his face. Standing between his small FEMA trailer and peeling yellow house in the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans, he points to a new inverter attached to the worn clapboard.“I’m about to move into high-tech and do solar. I got the whole system! Look right here!” he exclaims. Harris’ new 1.5-kilowatt (kW) system is one of ten donated to New Orleans residents by the Sharp Solar Energy Solutions Group (SESG) as part of the company’s customer conference, called “SOLA in NOLA.” “In the summer, the sun travels just along this edge,” Harris says, pointing to the side of the roof where the solar panels are mounted. “I’m excited to be harnessing some of that sun energy.” He watches the four-person team from Namaste Solar and Solar Plexus climb off his house and pack up their equipment. The day is over and the team has just finished another successful installation. Eyeing the mounted panels, Namaste President Blake Jones looks pleased with their work. “It’s great being a part of the reconstruction effort here — to be installing a solar system for someone who’s going to make great use of it,” Jones says.