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As we look at more sustainable ways of living, the idea of solar energy becomes more enticing every day. But, solar technology is changing rapidly.  How do we know what is the best option for us in our homes, or for our businesses?

One way to learn more is to attend UCR’s second conference on solar energy.  Opportunities for Solar: Ways Forward for Inland Southern California on September 30, 2015.

2015 - Solar Conference

This conference is a collaborative effort put together by the Center for Environmental Research & Technology: CE-CERT EVENTS, Bourns College of Engineering Center for Environmental Research and Technology, the Center for Sustainable Suburban Development, and the Southern California Research Initiative for Solar Energy.

This conference is designed to inform attendees of the importance of solar energy and to discuss the latest technology, public policy & regulations, economic impacts, and opportunities for incorporating solar energy into our daily lives in the Inland Southern California region.  The Directors of CE-CERT state in a  letter on the conference website that,

 We believe solar energy can play a significant role in the region’s future, not only because of the abundance of sunlight afforded to the region and its potential as another source of efficient and cost effective energy, but as an integral contributor to Inland Southern California’s employment base.

The Inland Empire, and specifically the City of Riverside, is home to a number of solar industry leaders and innovators who will be participating in this conference.  Registration for the conference starts soon.  Early bird registrants will pay $50 to attend the all day conference.  For more information regarding registration, speakers & sponsors, or to participate in the conference, visit the CE-CERT webpage.

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