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Why Bay Area Companies stay private – The Business Times

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‘Green’ Housing Complex for Farmworkers Opens in Soledad

A previously run-down labor camp in Soledad, CA is now a vibrant, welcoming home for local farmworkers and their families. Camphora Apartments, surrounded by acres of prime agricultural land known as the “Salad Bowl of the World”, is now home to a new housing complex that meets the toughest industry standard for sustainable building design.

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SLP teaches about solar power at the OUSD Stem fair – LAMORINDA WEEKLY

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Orinda Union School District holds a science, technology, engineering and mathematics fair – Press Release

Promoting interest in STEM – science, technology, engineering and mathematics – is a top priority for many Bay Area schools. Orinda Union School District (OUSD) will hold a Maker’s Day Fair early this month that will have students work on robots, drones, clay animation, green screen movie making and solar technology from Sun Light & Power.

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AVA 55 Ninth in San Francisco – PM Engineer

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Tankless Units Heat Water for 17 Stories – Commercial Architecture

Eighteen tankless water heaters combine with a solar hydrothermal pre-heating system to deliver a steady flow of economical hot water to tenants in this 273-unit LEED Gold apartment complex.

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‘Green’ Affordable Housing Development Opens in Oakland – Press Release

A new affordable housing development incorporating several green design features opens today in Oakland. Located in one of the city’s most diverse neighborhoods, 1701 MLK is a five-story supportive housing development that includes both Photovoltaic (PV) and Solar Thermal (ST) systems designed to generate electricity and heat water.

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Prince, Sun Light & Power and Oakland green projects help thousands of people go solar – The Mercury News

Prince helped kick-start Oakland green projects, helping thousands go solar. See the twelve starting solar panels from Sun Light & Power.

 

 

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