Yoel Hanegbi solidifies his commitment
to Renewable Energy by joining SEPA (Solar Electric Power Association).
President Barack Obama is betting on Solar Power to help pull the economy out of its deep slump. And organizations like SEPA are ready to lend a helping hand. Indeed, Obama’s administration would do well to tap into the resources found there.
SEPA is a co-presenter of the annual main event, the Solar Power International conference and Expo and the Solar Power International 2009 will occur October 27-29th in Anaheim. Last year, the Expo attendees received a surprise visit from Governor Schwarzenegger who gave an impassioned speech, echoing Obama’s firm belief that the Solar Power Industry will not only benefit the environment but the economy as well by creating millions of Green Jobs. "The Solar Power International conference and expo is by far the biggest and best in the United States,” the governor notes on the Solar Power International website. “It's a showcase for this industry whose time has really come. And the prospects for solar energy have never been brighter."
“I’m proud to be associated with this organization,” says Yoel Hanegbi, CEO of Eshone Energy. “We had attended their Solar Power 2008 Conference as an exhibitor and were so impressed with the organization that I knew we needed to become a more integral part of it.”
SEPA’s mission is to facilitate solutions for the use and integration of solar electric power by utilities, electric service providers, and their customers. Eshone Energy's mission is to provide Solar Power Energy Solutions for their customers. And with President Obama’s Stimulus Bill opening more funding avenues, seems like we’ve hit the trifecta in this race toward energy independence.