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SPI Professional Investment Director Jesper Skovenborg

Tax payers who invest in residential solar photovoltaic (PV) systems will receive tax benefits as per the Energy Policy Act of 2005, passed by the US congress. If you would like to invest in the solar power investment, it is suggestible to contact Jesper Skovenborg who was a partner at SPI a power investment company.

Guide to Exploring African American Culture - College of Agricultural ...

G U I D E TO E X P L O R I N G African American Culture C O L L E G E O F A G R I C U LT U R A L S C I E N C E S Acknowledgments Developers Contributors Visit Penn State’s College of Nakesha Faison, research associate I, the Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan Shameera Simmons, past participant of Temple University’s Math and Science Upward Bound Program Agricultural Sciences on the Web: Marney Dorsey, master’s of science degree candidate in agricultural extension and education, Penn State Dr. Patreese Ingram, associate professor of agricultural extension and education, Penn State Special thanks to Candice Lyons, hair stylist, and Leslie Clements for their contributions to the hairstyle activities section. Models: Sheena Armstrong, Caitlin Dininni-Parker, Sonya Gomes, Cassandra Logan, Cierra Lyons, Frank Mathis, Tsakani Ngomane, Tyana Singletary, Cherese Sullivan, and Bridgette Turner. Designer: Gretl Collins Photographer: Howard Nuernberger Curriculum Reviewers/ Consultants Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences research, extension, and resident education programs are funded in part by Pennsylvania counties, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Gary Abdullah, writer/editor, Information and Communication Technologies This publication is available from the Publications Cindy Arblaster, 4-H youth development agent, Westmoreland County information telephone 814-865-6713. Distribution Center, The Pennsylvania State University, 112 Agricultural Administration Building, University Park, PA 16802. For Where trade names appear, no discrimination is intended, and no endorsement by the Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences is implied. Brack Barr, 4-H youth development agent, Allegheny County Christy Bartley, youth program coordinator This publication is available in alternative media on request. The Pennsylvania State University is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal Deno Deciantis, county extension director, Allegheny County access to programs, facilities, admission, and Bryan Dickinson, youth development agent, Lawrence County policy or by state or federal authorities. It is the Dr. Catherine Lyons, assistant to the dean for minority affairs in the College of Agricultural Sciences University prohibits discrimination and Lynda Moss McDougall, program advisor, 4-H youth development, Mercer County harassment against faculty, staff, or students will Mary Miller, 4-H youth development agent, Montgomery County Director, The Pennsylvania State University, 328 Dr. Claudia Mincemoyer, assistant professor of agricultural and extension education Donald Tanner, 4-H youth development agent, McKean County employment without regard to personal characteristics not related to ability, performance, or qualifications as determined by University policy of the University to maintain an academic and work environment free of discrimination, including harassment. The Pennsylvania State harassment against any person because of age, ancestry, color, disability or handicap, national origin, race, religious creed, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status. Discrimination or not be tolerated at The Pennsylvania State University. Direct all inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policy to the Affirmative Action Boucke Building, University Park, PA 168025901, Tel 814-865-4700/V, 814-863-1150/TTY. © The Pennsylvania State University 2003 Produced by Information and Communication Technologies in the College of Agricultural Sciences...

Pathways to Near-Zero-Emission Natural Gas Heavy-Duty Vehicles

Acknowledgements Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA) produced this report on behalf of the Southern California Gas Company, the nation’s largest natural gas utility company and a leader in the development of new, advanced technologies which maximize the cleaner-burning characteristics of natural gas in residential, commercial, industrial and transportation applications. The authors would like to recognize the many fine staff at the Gas Company who helped with development of this report, listed below: Southern California Gas Company Ed Harte, Low Emission Vehicle Manager George Minter, Director of Policy & Environmental Solutions Jeff Reed, Director of Business Strategy & Development Allison Smith, Energy Policy Manager Lee Wallace, Environmental Affairs Manager Cherif Youssef, Technology Development Manager In addition, special thanks goes to an outstanding group of peer-reviewers who read the draft Pathways report and provided invaluable insight and astute commentary which proved essential in contouring the final document. Our team of peer reviewers includes, but is not limited to, the list of friends below: Peer Reviewers* Jack Broadbent, CEO/Air Pollution Control Officer, Bay Area Air Quality Management District Roland Hwang, Transportation Program Director, NRDC Bill Magavern, Policy Director, Coalition for Clean Air Alan Lloyd, President Emeritus, International Council on Clean Transportation Ronald Loveridge, Director, University of California, Riverside, Center for Sustainable Suburban Development...

How to obtain a Windows 7 License Key - University of Miami

How to obtain a Windows 7 License Key Step 1: Open up your web browser, and navigate to: Step 2: Scroll down this page, and select “Microsoft Windows” Step 3: Proceed to the “Download Links” section, and click on the link listed below “Students” Page | 1 Created by: Student Technology Help Desk Revised on: Feb 11, 2014 Review by: Feb 11, 2015 Step 4: Click on the “Sign In” link located on the top right of the page, you must log in using your CaneID and Password, after logging in, click on “Click here once you have signed in” Step 5: Select “Microsoft Windows 7” and choose either Microsoft Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate. Make your selection, and then click “Add To Cart” Page | 2 Created by: Student Technology Help Desk Revised on: Feb 11, 2014 Review by: Feb 11, 2015 Step 6: Select which operating system you would like to use, and click “Add To Cart” (Work At Home License if optional) Step 7: Click on “Check Out” on the bottom right of the page Note: In this page you will have the option to extend the ability to access your license key for 24 months after originally obtaining it. You will also have the option of ordering a backup disc for the software which is downloaded. Page | 3 Created by: Student Technology Help Desk Revised on: Feb 11, 2014 Review by: Feb 11, 2015 Step 8: Click on “Continue” Note: Apart from obtaining your license key, you will also have the ability to download an image of Windows 7. You may download this image and burn to a DVD disc (For DYI purposes) Step 9: Read and accept the Microsoft License Agreement, when done, scroll down to the bottom of the page and type in your CaneID in the “Username” box, then type your name in the “Signature” box below. Click “I Accept” if you agree with the terms of the license agreement or “I Decline” which will not allow you to access the license key and software download.

Baron Nikolaj Kielland Presentation about (PCI) Progressive Consulting India

Progressive Consulting India (PCI) Presentation - Progressive Consulting India incorporates Eastern and Western principles and philosophies designed to create growth and sustainability in all areas of your business. Baron Nikolaj Kielland Director of Progressive Consulting India Lord – House of Kielland Master Instructor – Bijinkan Worldwide Mail ID:

August 31, 2001 (Volume 5 - Number 2) - VolWeb

Building condition to necessitate changes in Homecoming assembly and theatre productions bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb Gallatin High opened the school year with the smell of fresh paint in the air, but has already been hit with some problems. Over the summer, the gymnasium floor was destroyed and the light booth in the Juliette Doyle Guthrie Theatre was condemned. While working on the roof late last July, workers failed to properly cover the roof. Later that night, when a rain storm came through, the cover blew away, leaving the gym floor open to the rain and dirt. The damage was estimated at $125,000. Although renovations got under way this past Monday, it is questionable whether the project will be done by Photo by David Satterfield its October 15 deadline. Commenting on the soon-to-be new floor, Coach Kim Kendrick said, “It’s going to be beautiful. We have a great design with the Gallatin High School ship at center court.” In 1992, the school board voted unanimously to give the money to repair the school’s 1940’s light booth. However, the county’s financial problems prevented the money from being spent at that time. The ancient light booth was finally condemned by Photo by David Satterfield the Fire Marshall early last June because of electrical problems. “At first, both the theater and the light booth were condemned, but right before school began, the theater was reopened,” commented theatre arts director Kim Reed-Bracey. The upcoming theater and chorus shows will more than likely have to be performed without stage lights. The bidding on the repair has already begun and will likely be a month-long process. However, the show must go on, and this year’s productions will still likely be among the best ever at Gallatin High. Without a gym, many upcoming events have to be relocated. The football ...

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H1N1 vaccine clinics‐ Please sign in at the Volunteer Center‐ when you report to your shift. You will be given an assignment at that time. THANK YOU for volunteering to be a part of the H1N1 vaccination effort. Over the coming weeks, AU will be holding a series of vaccination clinics for students, employees and dependents. As we embark on this effort, we realize that our best laid plans may change as we gain experience in mass immunizations, so please be give us your feedback on how to improve our clinic flow and processes. This will truly be a learning experience for us all! If you have questions or comments or need additional information, please contact one of the following individuals: Susan McAllister‐ Associate Director of Public Safety Information and Education Chance Corbett, Associate Director of Emergency Management Dr. Fred Kam, AUMC Dr. Kimberly Braxton Lloyd, AUPCC Clinical Director Emily Mann, AUPCC Operations Director _____________________________________________________________________________________ Non‐clinical volunteer roles: • Screening area entrance‐ Greet individuals seeking vaccination, provide the screening form, direct person to a table, instruct person to complete the form. Instruct persons to read the laminated Vaccine Information Sheet (VIS) and Privacy Practice Notice available on the tables. • Screening area exit‐ Offer copy of Vaccine Information Sheet and Privacy Polity and direct person to vaccination • Runner‐ Assist wherever needed to ensure supplies are available at all stations, take administration forms to the volunteer center and ensure that the laminated copies and pens are on the tables in screening area • Traffic‐ Direct persons toward screening area and vaccination area. Collect data on participant age and status (student, employee, dependent, other) • Volunteer center‐ Assist volunteer with check in (have volunteers sign in, assist with orientation to area), alphabetize administration forms as received, serve as contact point for onsite volunteer coordinator.

Interior Design? - UCO Career Services
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Advertising Artist Art Director Client Consultant Display Designer Furniture Designer Home Furnishings Coordinator Industrial Designer Interior Designer – Residential, Commercial (offices, restaurants, health care facilities, hotels) Illustrator Kitchen Designer Manufacturer's Representative Merchandise Displayer Package Designer Residential Designer Retail Store Designer Set Decorator Sports Facility Designer Store/Home Consultant Writer for Magazines featuring Interior and Graphic Designs * Some of these careers may require additional education or work experience POSSIBLE HIRING INSTITUTIONS Architectural firms Construction firms Corporate Design Departments Department stores Decorating magazines Department stores Engineering firms Freelance / Self-employed Furniture dealers Furniture manufacturers Furniture stores Government agencies Hotel and restaurant chains Housing developments Interior design firms Museums... Ability to react quickly to changing trends Create projects related to the use of design elements and principles and color Knowledge of the history of design Utilize computer-aided design to create designs Ability to understand technical documents applicable to contracts, codes, laws, and drawings Creative and imaginative, ability to innovate ideas Have very good spatial reasoning skill Posses an excellent ability to visualize concepts Ability to be open to new ideas and influences Aptitude for sketching and drawing An artistic personality – thoughtful, individualistic, sometimes aggressive, sometimes inward looking, independent, and a keen sense of aesthetics Ability to communicate; as you will often be required to make presentations promoting your ideas and design Ability to utilize various materials, accessories, furnishings; have an excellent sense to create with colors and patterns Sense of balance and harmony of space Good commercial sense – understand costs and an ability to persuade people Ability to work independently and under pressure Long-term planning skills and needs assessments...

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INTERIOR DESIGN POSSIBLE OCCUPATIONS (Some of these occupations may require additional education and experience) Art Director Color/Materials Designer Commercial Interior Designer Contract Designer Creative Director Decorating Consultant Design Consultant Display Coordinator Environmental Designer Exhibit Designer Exhibitions Curator Facilities manager Historical Society Window Dresser Home Furnishings Coordinator Interior Decorator Interior Design Consultant Interior Design Coordinator Interior Designer Interior Space Coordinator Manufacturer's Representative Preservationist Product Consultant Product designer Residential Consultant Sales designer Sales representative Scenic Designer Set Designer Show Design Supervisor Space Designer Teacher POSSIBLE WORK SETTINGS Architectural Firms Carpet Companies Commercial Settings Corporate Offices Day Care Facilities Decorating Companies Decorating Magazines Department Stores Engineering Firms Fabric Companies Consulting Businesses Furniture Dealerships Hospitals Hotel Chains Housing Developments Interior Design Firms Museums/Historical Agencies Property Management Firms Realtor Companies Restaurant Chains Retail Stores Television/Motion Picture Studios Theatres Vacation Resorts

Tourism - UNEP
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Chapter Coordinating Author: Lawrence Pratt, Director of the Latin American Center for Competitiveness and Sustainable Development (CLACDS), INCAE Business School, Alajuela, Costa Rica. Lead authors also included Luis Rivera, Economics Consultant and Amos Bien, Sustainable Tourism Consultant. Nicolas Bertrand of UNEP managed the chapter, including the handling of peer reviews, interacting with the coordinating author on revisions, conducting supplementary research, conducting preliminary editing and bringing the chapter to final production. Derek Eaton reviewed and edited the modelling section of the chapter. The chapter was developed in partnership with the World Tourism Organization. The project manager for UNWTO was Luigi Cabrini, Director, Sustainable Tourism Programme. Background Technical Papers prepared for the development of this chapter were drafted by the following individuals: James Alin (Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia), Ravinder Batta (Government of Himachal Pradesh, India), Tom Baum (University of Strathclyde, UK), Kelly Bricker (University of Utah, USA and TIES Board of Directors, USA), Rachel Dodds (Sustaining Tourism, Canada), Ramesh Durbarry (University of Technology, Mauritius), Ioanna Farsari (Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Greece), Carolyn George (TEAM Tourism Consulting, UK), Stefan Gössling (Lund University, Sweden), Gui Lohmann (Southern Copyright © United Nations Environment Programme, 2011 Version -- 02.11.2011