Orinda Union School District holds a science, technology, engineering and mathematics fair – Press Release
June 1st, 2016
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.
May 24th, 2016
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.
May 19th, 2016
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.
Prince, Sun Light & Power and Oakland green projects help thousands of people go solar – The Mercury News
May 13th, 2016
Prince helped kick-start Oakland green projects, helping thousands go solar. See the twelve starting solar panels from Sun Light & Power.
Hanover Page Mill Associates wanted 100% of the electrical load offset by on-site PV generation – SOLARPRO
April 29th, 2016
Jim Gaither and Jim Gaither Jr. of Hanover Page Mill Associates wanted their new 87,000-square-foot commercial office building to have net zero electrical usage with 100% of the electrical load offset by on-site PV generation. The owners also wanted a beautiful PV system.
Avalon Hayes Valley apartments in San Francisco couples 64 solar – thermal collectors to meet all domestic hot water needs – Multihousing Professional
April 29th, 2016
Rooftop installations at the 182 – unit Avalon Hayes Valley apartments in San Francisco couples 64 solar – thermal collectors with 18 tankless commercial units to meet all domestic hot water needs, while also helping exceed the California Title 24 energy code by nearly 30 percent. See this article in Multi-housing Professional for more.