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US Solar to Join Miami Young Republicans and Conservatives for Energy Freedom for Event

Conservative college students and young professionals are hosting a town hall meeting with Conservatives for Energy Freedom founder Debbie Dooley and US Solar, showing yet again that solar energy is a bi-partisan issue that young people care about, and that solar options are wanted and supported here in South Florida. Right on the heels of [...]

By |May 19th, 2015|Solar News, Uncategorized, US Solar Blog|Comments Off on US Solar to Join Miami Young Republicans and Conservatives for Energy Freedom for Event

Solar Training In Session

Our hands-on, advanced solar training program is in full session right now! Students from all over the country and the Caribbean are here in Fort Lauderdale, Florida learning how to "go solar". The class was completely sold out, and the group that secured their spots are having a great time! [If you're thinking about joining our [...]

By |May 13th, 2015|Solar News, Uncategorized, US Solar Blog|Comments Off on Solar Training In Session

US Solar Institute to Attend & Sponsor ReEnergize Florida

US Solar Institute to Attend Reenergize Florida as Educational Sponsor with FlaSEIA and FARE Fort Lauderdale, 2014 – US Solar Institute (USSI) will be in Orlando this upcoming Friday (December 5, 2014) attending the Reenergize Florida symposium as an educational sponsor. The solar event is hosted by Florida Solar Energy Industries Association (FlaSEIA) and Florida [...]

By |December 3rd, 2014|Solar News, Uncategorized, US Solar Blog|Comments Off on US Solar Institute to Attend & Sponsor ReEnergize Florida

US Solar Updates Mobile Friendly, Online Solar Training

Fort Lauderdale (November 2014) US Solar Institute (USSI) continues to be on the cutting edge of premier solar training with newly expanded online offerings. The online courses are getting a facelift in a new, upgraded, mobile-friendly online platform. Students enrolled into USSI will now receive a login to their personal learning portal. The portal has [...]

By |November 19th, 2014|SOLAR EDUCATION, Solar News, solar training, Uncategorized, US Solar Blog|Comments Off on US Solar Updates Mobile Friendly, Online Solar Training

Here is What You Need to Know About Veterans Training PART TWO

In part one, we discussed the unemployment challenge that so many US veterans are facing right now. We also discussed some of the steps that are being taken to help vets get back on their feet. To say that nobody is offering veterans “help” would be a lie. However, those quotes around the word “help” [...]

By |November 17th, 2014|Community Projects, Grants & Funding, Joining Forces, Photoshop, Solar News, Uncategorized, US Solar Blog|Comments Off on Here is What You Need to Know About Veterans Training PART TWO

Diplomatic Climate and Carbon Emissions Agreement Between US and China

In Beijing, China today, US President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping reached a historic agreement, stating their dedication to reducing both countries’ carbon emissions. This agreement between US and China states that US would cut 2005 level of carbon emissions by 26-28% by the year 2025. Likewise, China is agreeing to work towards 20% [...]

By |November 12th, 2014|Solar News, US Solar Blog|Comments Off on Diplomatic Climate and Carbon Emissions Agreement Between US and China

Record breaking attendance at US Solar Institute's fourth quarter PV diploma course

Fort Lauderdale, FL Record breaking attendance at US Solar Institute's fourth quarter PV diploma course highlights the need for quality education and the increasing level of interest in green jobs. The final courses for 2014 just wrapped up at US Solar Institute (USSI) with over 20 students taking part in the solar training sessions. The [...]

By |November 10th, 2014|Solar News, Uncategorized, US Solar Blog|Comments Off on Record breaking attendance at US Solar Institute's fourth quarter PV diploma course

How The Florida Governor’s Race Could Unleash Solar Power In The Sunshine State

AP Images/Dylan Petrohilos Happy Election Day! Here’s a repost originally featured on thinkprogress.org that does a nice job discussing how solar ties into the politics on the sunshine state: Florida, a state whose miles of low-lying coastline make it acutely vulnerable to rising seas, has been called “ground zero” for climate change in [...]

By |November 4th, 2014|Solar News, Uncategorized, US Solar Blog|Comments Off on How The Florida Governor’s Race Could Unleash Solar Power In The Sunshine State

Education is Key Focus at CREF 2014

The Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum (CREF) 2014 was filled with inspirational conversation, valuable education, and broadened perspectives. Three days of presentations, panels, and conversations covered a multitude of different topics in the renewable energy world, but a strong re-occurring theme was certainly obvious: Education. In a time when the Caribbean energy market is beginning to be recognized as [...]

By |October 21st, 2014|Solar News, Uncategorized, US Solar Blog|Comments Off on Education is Key Focus at CREF 2014

CREF Announces US Solar Institute as Caribbean Solar Educational Sponsor

US Solar Institute selected by CREF to sponsor 2014 Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum as Caribbean Solar Educational Sponsor Fort Lauderdale, FL (September 24, 2014) – The Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum (CREF) has recently selected US Solar Institute (USSI) as the Caribbean Solar Educational Sponsor for the upcoming international forum, to take place in Miami, Florida. [...]

By |September 26th, 2014|Solar News, Uncategorized, US Solar Blog|Comments Off on CREF Announces US Solar Institute as Caribbean Solar Educational Sponsor