Helio In The News

GreenThink Radio Interview

GreenThink Radio Interview GreenThink is a radio show hosted by Tracy Thomas, who is considered a media thought leader in the renewable energy space.  She was kind enough to ask me to be on her show on November 29th at the College of the Desert radio station. The interview was prerecorded and she asked me…

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HelioPower Solar Named a Top Workplace in the Inland Empire

HelioPower, Inc., an integrated energy solutions and solar provider based in Murrieta, CA was honored by Press Enterprise and the Top Workplace program as one of the Top 20 Workplaces in all categories and the Number One Top Workplace for Energy Companies for the Inland Empire (Riverside County and San Bernardino County) in Southern California. The Top…

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HelioPower In The News At Western Farm Press

Energy costs in California are rising and volatile, but growers, food processors and other agribusinesses are increasingly combining solar with other energy services and smart policy management to create wealth and reduce dependence on traditional utility power. In his recent presentation at the national Agronomics Vision 2014 conference, HelioPower’s Tom Millhoff profiled how California’s energy landscape…

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Leading Solar Association, SEIA, Asks HelioPower Engineer, Hollie Valtierra, to Present Her Work on the National Solar Permitting Database to the Industry on July 16th Webinar.

Join HelioPower’s Hollie Valtierra and other industry leaders Tuesday June 16th at 10:00 AM PST for the National Solar Permitting Database webinar hosted by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA): Click Here To Register Delays in obtaining permit approvals are the #1 reason many solar installers fail to meet promised construction timelines.  Fortunately, Hollie Valtierra, Engineering…

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CBS TV News: What It Takes to Go Solar

The Coachella Valley is a perfect place for solar power, with our abundant sunshine. Many residents already have their homes running on solar to help the environment. Many others may like the idea, but consider it too costly. As News Channel 3’s Jason Sloss reports, changes in the solar industry are making “going-green” more affordable. July…

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KESQ TV News: Local Homeowners Go Solar

KESQ TV News Channel 3 in Palm Desert, CA covered HelioPower install for the Davis residence. The Coachella Valley is a perfect place for solar power. With abundant sunshine, many residents already have their homes running on solar to help the environment. Many others may like the idea but consider it to costly. News Channel…

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Supervisor Goes Solar with HERO Solar Program

Patch Maggie Avants, June 3, 2012 “I wanted to be one of the first to go through our HERO program at WRCOG,” said Stone, who flipped the switch to his new HERO solar system at a brief ceremony, held to spread awareness of the program. Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone is the latest to go…

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Use Analytics to Predict Solar Energy

Predicting Solar Power via Satellite and Software GreenTech Media Jeff St. John: May 15, 2012 Solar panels make fickle utility partners, with intermittent power output that sags and surges with every passing cloud, and all of it happening out of sight of utility grid monitoring systems. As utilities see more and more solar coming onto…

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Solar Energy News

Clean Energy Authority Chris Meehan Apr 10, 2012 As most of the northern hemisphere is swathed in a warm spring, it’s time that solar really starts to shine, and thus far it has. The U.S. recently announced plans to go green with renewable energy projects. And while some U.S. relations with China have been testy,…

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HelioPower Completes Solar For CA Grape Grower

Patch Editor Maggie Avants Murrieta-based HelioPower along with Canadian Solar Inc. announced last week the completion of a large-scale commercial photovoltaic system for Guimarra Vineyards Corporation in Bakersfield. The 516-kilowatt system will allow Guimarra Vineyards, one of the largest table grape growers in the U.S., to fulfill its clean energy initiative, according to a news release. The installation…

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Solar Helps Homeowners

Getsolar.com Staff Writers, January 30, 2012 The people of California have plenty of reason to want to invest in solar power. Aside from its plentiful sunlight, the state boasts some of the country’s most stunning natural landscapes. It also suffers from some of the worst air pollution in certain places, with the Rockies to the…

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Who Reigns Supreme in Residential Solar?

Greentech Media By Andrew Krulewitz,  January 27, 2012 Snapshot: In 2010, the market value of all residential solar installed in the U.S. was just shy of $1.8 billion. Once tallied, the 2011 dollar amount will be substantially larger. According to data collected by GTM Research, there are well over 2,000 experienced residential installers fighting for a…

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