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Robin Burr
The University of Utah in Salt Lake City has hired Robin Burr, former executive director of capital projects at Kaiser Permanente in Oakland, Calif., as the university’s chief design and construction officer.

 



John DeRichie
SOSH Architects, an architecture, interior design and master planning company, promoted John DeRichie to senior associate in its Atlantic City, N.J., office.

 

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Portable Solar Generator
Renogy, a maker of reusable energy products, has announced the new Phoenix Generator 20-watt Solar Kit that delivers two 10-watt panels in a portable briefcase.

 

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Ex-Cell Kaiser, based in Franklin Park, Ill., unveiled the new Echelon Half Hex (HHX) trash receptacle.


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North Coast Health Center Completes Solar Installation in Encinitas
ENCINITAS, Calif. — The North Coast Health Center, located in Encinitas, now has a fully operational 265-kilowatt (kW) rooftop solar installation in place.

 


 
PERRIS, Calif. — Like many school districts across the nation, Perris Union High School District (PUHSD) has found significant value by investing in green and sustainable technologies. 

 
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UPS Invests $18 Million in On-Site Solar
ATLANTA — The United Parcel Service (UPS), based in Atlanta, announced plans on Feb. 7 to significantly increase its spending and investment in solar energy starting with at least eight of its facilities in the U.S.

Massachusetts Calls for 100 Percent Renewable Energy by 2050
BOSTON — Legislation introduced in January that would require Massachusetts to be 100 percent dependent on renewable energy sources by 2050 is gaining momentum with lawmakers in the state’s capitol.

Solar Partnership Brings More Renewable Power to Georgia
PLAINS, Ga. — Urban Grid, a Stevensville, Md.-based developer and financier of solar photovoltaic (PV) projects throughout the U.S., recently announced a partnership with SolAmerica Energy of Atlanta for work on a solar field in Plains.
 




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