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Photos: Next-gen solar tech at Intersolar

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One of the largest solar conferences in the U.S., Intersolar, kicked off on Tuesday in downtown San Francisco, and is expected to draw around 22,000 attendees in the solar and power sectors this week. One of my favorite parts of the event is checking out the latest solar gear that the companies tout at their booths, spread across two floors at the Moscone Center.

Here’s what I saw this year:

3 Responses to “Photos: Next-gen solar tech at Intersolar”

  1. Solar Energy is an exciting form of renewable energy, if greed can be removed from the equation. There are some exciting new innovations and technologies being developed. I propose a genome strategies where solar energy companies sign a collaborative agreement to form a single global research company that combines all forms of solar energy technologies and produce the best solar systems and consumer products that everyone can manufacture and sell and 25% of their profits must be sonated to continue funding the research company. Collaboration is the 21st century model, not competition or greed.

    If this is done, I will share with the research company a global innovation in solar energy that will satisfy the planet’s entire energy needs. That’s a promise!

    Charles E. Campbell, Founder & CEO
    Allen Hydro Energy Corpoation (AHEC)
    Columbus, Ohio 43232
    [email protected]

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