Jul 14,2011 / News
Mobile Solar mentioned in the July/Aug issue of Solar Today!

The staff at Solar Today magazine, the publication of the American Solar Energy Society (ASES), was kind enough to mention Mobile Solar in their July/Aug issue — arriving in mailboxes this week. Check us out on page 14. And what a coincidence — right on …

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May 9,2011 / News
Mobile Solar and OutBack Power Team Up to Provide Quick Solar Power Solutions for Japan’s Tsunami Disaster Area

Arlington, WA – May 9, 2011- OutBack Power Technologies, Inc. and their integration partner, Mobile Solar, have responded to a request to support power requirements needed since the recent tsunami in the hard hit Sendai area of Japan.  Using OutBack’s GFX3024J model inverters with 120VAC …

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Nov 12,2009 / News
Mobile Solar Power receives Top-10 Green Building Products Award

  Phoenix, AZ, November 12, 2009—BuildingGreen, LLC, publisher of the GreenSpec® Directory and Environmental Building News™, today announced the 2009 Top-10 Green Building Products. This eighth annual award, announced at the U.S. Green Building Council’s Greenbuild Conference in Phoenix, recognizes the most exciting products drawn …

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Aug 12,2007 / News
Cal Polytechnic State University Project

 In the summer of 2007, Mobile Solar Power was awarded a bid from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo to build three solar generators. The university’s plan was to use these generators to power high frequency radar installations along the Central Coast near the …

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Aug 12,2006 / News
Semmes Promotes Mobile Solar Power – Atascadero News

Witnessing the drawbacks of a gas-powered generator on a job site, Travis Semmes decided to take the necessary steps to reduce air and noise pollution by developing his own mobile solar-powered generators.

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Mar 12,2006 / News
Mobile Solar Featured in Custom Home Magazine

Semmes & Co. Builders typically works on remote jobsites where the local utilities haven’t run electrical lines, so most of the power for corded tools during construction comes from a site generator. But working with gas generators on sites an hour or more from civilization …

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