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Stewardship through R.E.S.P.E.C.T

Stewardship through R.E.S.P.E.C.T

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December 23rd 2016:Solar Power Rocks

Are you interested in understanding how solar power could work in your home? Learn the ins and outs of renewable solar energy in a residential application. Each state has different laws and rules, and each electric company has their own way of doing business. Founder Dan Hahn has spent years collecting the resources to provide answers to these questions and many more. Join our discussion to hear how Solar Power Rocks!

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Dan Hahn

Dan founded Solar Power Rocks with Dave Llorens in 2007. Possessed with a mission to communicate the state by state return on investment for solar energy in plain English, Dan spearheaded a consumer-centric approach to solar policy writing and research in all fifty states. Dan is a human resource management consultant, and adjunct professor of psychology at Portland State University. In addition to leading the solar policy research team at Solar Power Rocks, he’s runs SprocketFly, a mobile bike repair business in Portland Oregon. In late 2014, Dan also launched a book recommendation tool called BookBranch based on his work in decision science. He grew up outside of Chicago, Illinoi
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Phil Nail, Entrepreneur/Founder

Phil is the founder of a 100% solar powered data center located in Riverside County, California. Phil identifies as being an entrepreneur and environmentally conscience throughout his adult life, so he decided to create the world’s first data center that is environmentally friendly. With no experience in the industry, he was determined to do something other host providers haven't done - power websites using solar power. In 2001 Phil built the AISO datacenter and went off the grid for good. In addition, AISO uses large water tanks to catch precipitation and rain water. This water is then used to cool the data center by piping it underground to our air conditioning units. AIS
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