with the Sun: Arizona Style 2012
us for the 2012 Valley of the Sun
Solar & Sustainability Tour on
October 27, 2012. In addition, we
will have a special tour and mini
workshop on the 28th.
will be something for everyone,
whether it is low cost, high
technology, desert design or simple
environmental and behavioral
the special treat of meeting the
people who created and live in these
buildings and who will be sharing
their knowledge and experiences. See
projects ranging from new
construction to remodels - from
residences to public buildings - and
from simple to complex.
the official press release here.
information is available on the
Arizona Solar Center website.
is a map
of the locations.
the guide here: Hi-res PDF Lo-res PDF
Individual pages for the buildings
themselves are here. All buildings
are open on Saturday only,
except for Mesa's Bee Oasis, which
is open Sunday only.
look forward to seeing you there!
Solar Energy Association (ASEA) is
the Arizona affiliate of the American
Solar Energy Society. Founded
in the 1970s as a technical
association of early solar
technology professionals, the group
has evolved into a diverse
assemblage of individuals who share
a common interest in sustainable
human activity and the use of solar
energy. ASEA reaches out to both
professionals and non-professionals
As a founding
and sustaining organizational member
of the Arizona
Solar Center, ASEA provides a
platform for its members to educate
and advocate for a sustainable
future for Arizona.
local preferences, local chapters
may have meetings, workshops, a
newsletter and other activities.
Members are active in industry
associations, the Arizona
Corporation Commission (ACC), the
State Legislature, the Maricopa
Association of Governments (MAG),
the Pima Association of Governments
(PAG), the Governor's Solar Energy
Advisory Council (SEAC), and other
hosts, and participates in events
throughout Arizona that focus on
education and demonstration of
appropriate solar technologies.
Whether it's a solar cook-off, a
seminar on how to size a
photovoltaic power system, or a
workshop on implementing passive
solar design, ASEA offers many
opportunities for its members to
learn about the applications of
solar energy and to show others how
they have applied their knowledge to
benefit themselves and our
supports ASEA efforts. ASEA is
entirely a volunteer, non-profit
organization and welcomes new
supporters. Whether you simply want
to support our efforts with your
donation or want to also become
actively involved, we welcome your
participation. Please join us in our
efforts to achieve a sustainable
future for Arizona.
information about last Fall's Valley of the Sun Solar and
Sustainable Buildings Tour, click here.
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