SLP discusses Solar Power and Social Responsibility.
May 1st, 2014
November 7th, 2013
The second part of Blake Gleason’s series “Raceway Selection and Installation for PV Systems” has been released by SolarPro magazine.
November 1st, 2013
The San Francisco Chronicle recently spotlighted The Plant Cafe as part of a series exploring the Port of San Francisco restaurants. The Plant Cafe’s solar array, a Sun Light & Power installation, was noted.
September 13th, 2013
Sun Light & Power’s 57-collector solar thermal project at Rincon Green has earned yet another media mention, this time in the Sustainable Product Watch section of Designer magazine.
September 6th, 2013
Sun Light & Power’s Director of Engineering, Blake Gleason, has long since established himself as a highly respected regular contributor for SolarPro magazine. In the October/November issue, Blake shares his technical expertise in this highly detailed article.
November 13th, 2012
A new report by the Environment California Research & Policy Center highlights how Clif Bar, and other California businesses, save money by cutting global warming pollution. Clif Bar took the unusual step of installing a large solar system on a very green, LEED Platinum standards office building they are renting.
It is a common misconception among business owners that they must own the building before they can install a solar PV system. Not true! Cassie Cyphers of Clif Bar, Bernadette Del Chiaro of Environment California Research & Policy Center, Gary Gerber of Sun Light & Power, and Assembly member Nancy Skinner all gathered at Clif Bar headquarters in Emeryville to share how Clif Bar is embracing clean energy solutions as a way to reap near-term economic returns.
More on Clif Bar and Cap-and-Trade program challenges here from ABC News.
August 17th, 2012
Sun Light & Power is pleased to share this wonderful write-up in the LEED Points Green Building Blog.
August 15th, 2012
Energy efficiency doesn’t require a big brick box: Branson School’s Student Commons is open, airy, and LEED Platinum certified. Ninety percent of the building can be ventilated or cooled by opening windows, and 80 percent of the building relies on natural “daylighting” for illumination.