Re: BP Solar did you read
- Did you read in the Houston Chronicle on the 26th that BP Solar will cut as many as 260 jobs in the U.S. in an effort to keep its solar panel sales growing at an annual rate of 30%. They will no longer make thin film solar cells. They will now concentrate on crystalline silicon cells, which already account for 85% of its solar cell production.
Mike Ewert wrote:
Some of you might be interested in attending this to see what is going on with Green House Gas reporting.-----Original Message-----You and your groups in Houston might want to get involved in these workshops on GHG reporting--FYI:
From: Brian Hinman [mailto:bhinman@...]
Sent: Friday, November 15, 2002 2:19 PM
To: mcoakley@...; hreg@...; issues@...
Cc: Katherine Silverthorne; J. Drake Hamilton
Subject: 1605(b) GHG reporting workshop in Houston
Voluntary Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program workshop in Houston:
DOE, DOA, & EPA are announcing the first series of workshops designed to enable interested persons to help improve the guidelines now governing the Department of Energy's Voluntary Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program [established by section 1605(b) of the Energy Policy
Act of 1992] and related programs. These workshops are intended to assist the participating agencies responsible for enhancing the reporting of greenhouse gas emissions and emission reductions, as directed by the President on February 14, 2002.
>Houston, December 12-13
>Houston Airport Marriott
>18700 John F. Kennedy Blvd.
>Houston, TX 77032
Each of these workshops is expected to address the full range of issues related to the Department of Energy's Voluntary Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting (1605b) Program. More information about the four workshops listed above, including instructions for persons who may wish to
>attend, can be found at: <<http://www.pi.energy.gov/enhancingGHGregistry/index.html>http://www.pi.energy.gov/enhancingGHGregistry/index.html>. Over the coming weeks, draft agendas and background papers will be posted on this website.
Brian R. Hinman
National Organizer, Regional Campaigns
U.S. Climate Action Network (USCAN)
1367 Connecticut Ave., NW; #300
Washington, DC 20036
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