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ASESAmerican Solar Energy Society
ASESAuthentication Services
ASESAmerican Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons
ASESAdministración de Seguros de Salud (Health Insurance Administration, Puerto Rico)
ASESAfter School Education & Safety Program (California)
ASESAirplane, Single-Engine Sea (aviation rating)
ASESAdaptive Systems and Evolutionary Software
ASESAlliance Supplier Evaluation Standard (Nissan)
ASESApplication Software Entity Security
ASESAlice Shaw Elementary School (Orcutt, California)
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This event is coordinated nationally by the nonprofit American Solar Energy Society in collaboration with dozens of outstanding partner organizations.
American Solar Energy Society is the nation's leading organization of solar professionals and advocates.
FOR A LIST OF GREEN INCENTIVES AVAILABLE IN EACH STATE, VISIT THE AMERICAN SOLAR ENERGY SOCIETY WEB SITE AT WWW.
The report from the nonprofit American Solar Energy Society (ASES), based in Boulder, Colo.
Although BLS does not collect data specifically on wind energy employment, the American Solar Energy Society estimates that in 2006, there were 16,000 jobs in wind turbine construction and maintenance.
The green collar job boom is here," said Neal Lurie, director of marketing of the American Solar Energy Society.
In January 2007, the American Solar Energy Society (ASES) released the 180 page document, Tackling Climate Change in the U.
The incident was all the more galling because it took place at the annual conference of the American Solar Energy Society (ASES) in Denver last July, a gathering where the attendees, by and large, realize the potential of solar energy better than anyone.
CONTACTS: American Solar Energy Society "Tackling Climate Change" report, www.
Solar cells work because "electricity is created when sunlight strikes the cell and electrons are released to form a current of electricity," explains Brad Collins, executive director of the American Solar Energy Society.
Small electronic devices represent a miniscule part of total energy consumption," says Tom Starrs, chairman of the American Solar Energy Society.
the 1996 American Solar Energy Society Annual Conference, Boulder, Colo.
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