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People and Places from Harness the Sun

  • Exelon City Solar
    Exelon City Solar Brownfield PV Installation, Chicago, IL (Photo courtesy of Turner Construction)
  • Phil Cavallo, solar developer, New Bedford, MA
    Phil Cavallo, solar developer, New Bedford, MA
  • California Valley Solar Ranch
    California Valley Solar Ranch (Photo courtesy of SunPower Corp.)
  • Kathleen Doyle, solar developer, Boston Dedham Commerce Park
    Kathleen Doyle, solar developer, Boston Dedham Commerce Park
  • Sun-Tracking Arrays at Middlebury College, VT
    Sun-Tracking Arrays at Middlebury College, VT
  • Abengoa Solana Parabolic Trough, Gila Bend, AZ
    Abengoa Solana Parabolic Trough, Gila Bend, AZ
  • Josh and Avi Avidan atop Warehouse Roof, Edison, NJ
    Josh & Avi Avidan atop Warehouse Roof, Edison, NJ
  • Exelon City Solar, Chicago, IL
    Exelon City Solar, Chicago, IL (Photo courtesy of Turner Construction/McShane Fleming Studios)
  • Justin Woodard, National Grid PV Facility, Everett, MA
    Justin Woodard, National Grid PV Facility, Everett, MA
  • Arizona State University-Tempe AZ, Solar Parking Canopy
    Arizona State University-Tempe – Solar Parking Canopy
  • Pier Pounding, California Valley Solar Ranch
    Pier Pounding, California Valley Solar Ranch
  • Concentrating Solar Power at Crescent Dunes, NV
    Concentrating Solar Power at Crescent Dunes, NV (Photo courtesy of SolarReserve)

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