Thursday, September 22, 2011
by: John Grieser, Student Researcher, SolarWorld Americas
There is no better way to express the impact that electricity has on the lives of rural Tanzanian students than to hear it from a student himself. The following letter was written shortly after our installation at his school.
Sunday, September 18, 2011
by: Fred Joe, Professional Photographer
The entertainment media is out in force for the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards today, and I've met entertainment journalists from all over the world.
Considering the warm LA weather, even they were overdressed.
Saturday, September 17, 2011
by: Minnie Dimesa, Marketing Communications Manager, SolarWorld Americas
I’m having what you could call a quintessential Los Angeles experience today -- starting with dropping by LA Live to check on the Emmys red carpet and the final installation of our donated SolarWorld solar panels, then heading to the Los Angeles Coliseum with my husband and kids to cheer on the USC Trojans at their football game against Syracuse.
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
by: Devon Cichoski, Media relations manager, SolarWorld Americas
As someone who has lived most of her life in Southern California, it is exactly the contrast between the sensational taking place right next to the everyday that I love about the iconic metropolis of LA.
Monday, September 12, 2011
by: John Grieser, Student researcher, SolarWorld Americas
Yesterday we arrived in Lupembe, a small village about 50 km from Iringa in south-central Tanzania. It has a beautiful rocky landscape and a cool and dry climate, a welcome change from the hot and humid coastal capitol of Dar es Salaam.