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    “Solar power projects, no matter how small, have the potential to benefit the entire San Diego region,” said Cody Hooven, environmental specialist with the Port of San Diego’s Environmental Department. “Alternative (non grid-based) power, such as solar, improves air quality, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and is generated from a clean, renewable resource.”
    (Courtesy: Colin McDonald)

    liveoffthegridus, Sullivan Solar Power, and 11 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. herrera_lila 66 months ago | reply

      We really liked your photo and have used it on our site www.gestor-energetico.com, you can find it at www.gestor-energetico.com/

      The site is in Spanish but deals with all renewable energy issues.

      I hope we have accredited you in the correct way and thanks again for the great shot.

      Please contact me if needed on lila@gestor-energetico.com



    2. Port of San Diego 66 months ago | reply

      Thank you for acknowledging the use of this photo and giving credit. The picture looks great in your story.

    3. The Sheaf 62 months ago | reply

      Hello, I am from a non-profit University newspaper in Saskatoon, Canada and we like this photo and have used it in to accompany an article at our paper. It can be found at thesheaf.com/2010/03/campus-group-to-build-solar-greenhouse/

    4. Port of San Diego 62 months ago | reply

      Great job and good article!

    5. ScienceNetworkWA 34 months ago | reply

      This image has been used under the creative commons licence on ScienceNetwork WA.


      Thank you for making it creative commons!

    6. bflake1984 3 months ago | reply

      Are these the types of solar panels that are found on homes? I've been looking into getting solar power set up for my home. Unfortunately, I am just not familiar enough yet, with what I need.


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