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Article Title Author Company eMag Issue Article Synopsis
EarthToys Interview - The Andalay PV Solar Panel System Dirk Hosmer Akeena Solar

Jun 2008

Homeowners get a solar system that looks great and performs well—and one that installs quicker and easier than anything else on the market. Since the installation crew spends less time up on the roof and makes about 25 percent less rooftop penetrations, there is less wear and tear on a roof.
Parishioner Donation Sparks Solar Electric System Installation At St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Churc Akeena Solar Akeena Solar

Aug 2004

Starting with an anonymous donation and some bright ideas from a design consultant, combined with the ambition and organization of parish staff, and the helping hands of 17 women and an environmental business; this system is truly a symbol of what collaborative team effort can do for sustainable development.
California Wineries and Solar Power Doug Boedecker Akeena Solar

Apr 2004

The sun has always been growing the grapes for California wineries. Now, with cost-effective solar electric systems, the sun can grow their bottom line, too.
Making Solar Electric Systems PAY BACK FAST Barry Cinnamon Akeena Solar

Feb 2004

You are an excellent candidate for a solar electric system if your electric bill is over $75 per month, you pay more than $0.12 per kwh for electricity, your state offers substantial rebates for solar electric systems, and you have good solar exposure.
Making Solar Electric Systems Pay Back Fast Barry Cinnamon Akeena Solar

Apr 2003

You are an excellent candidate for a solar electric system if your electric bill is over $75 per month, you pay more than $0.12 per kwh for electricity, your state offers substantial rebates for solar electric systems, and you have good solar exposure.

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