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ecoSolargy Employees Donate 46 Neckties & 46 Eyeglasses to Needy in Honduras

ecoSolargy employee Danny Livingston led an effort which collected 46 neckties and 46 eyeglasses from his fellow employees for the needy of Honduras.    Livingston found out the need for the donation through a family member who has been involved in a two-year service mission in the country.  Due to widespread poverty, many Honduran citizens are unable to purchase eyeglasses and hence don’t learn to read; similarly, many residents in search of...
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ecoSolargy Raising Funds to Donate Solar System to Buena Park Non-Profit

ecoSolargy plans to donate a free solar system to Giving Children Hope in Buena Park to offset its electricity costs.  The company has launched a Giving Children Hope series of solar panels; 50% of profits on the series will be placed in a fund to pay for the Giving Children Hope solar system.  Once the solar system is in place, it will reduce the non-profit’s electricity costs for the next three decades.  Giving Children Hope supports a local...
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Jimmy Nhieu discussed ecoSolargy's CSR program in Tucson.

ecoSolargy Executive Addresses Clean Energy Conference on its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Program

Jimmy Nhieu, Vice President of Project Development at ecoSolargy (www.ecoSolargy.com), addressed the CSR Clean Energy Debut Celebration at the Rialto Theater in Tucson on January 24.  Nhieu discussed the firm’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, a company-wide plan which includes the adoption of environment-friendly measures such as greater reliance on solar power, more energy-efficient heating and lighting fixtures, paperless accounting,...
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Solar Energy Company ecoSolargy Donates Solar Modules to Homeboy Industries

Solar solutions provider ecoSolargy (www.ecoSolargy.com), has donated 9 kW of solar modules to Homeboy Industries.  ecoSolargy provides one-stop services and supplies to businesses, utilities and homeowners so they can convert to solar for their energy needs; Homeboy Industries, founded by Fr. Greg Boyle in 1992, provides a variety of free services to at-risk youth to help them have successful, productive lives.  The panels will be installed at...
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ecoSolargy Employees Volunteer for MDA Muscle Walk

Employees from Irvine-based solar solutions provider ecoSolargy (www.ecoSolargy.com) participated in the MDA Muscle Walk at the Orange County Great Park in Irvine on March 8.  The ecoSolargy group manned the incentives table in support of the fundraising event which aids persons with muscular dystrophy.  Participants included: Alex Deeter, Miranda Cortez, Anthony DeMarco, Alan Lee (ecoSolargy CEO) and Jeff Pfohlman. The Muscular Dystrophy Association...
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A Day in Honduras

Overcoming poverty is incredibly difficult, but most experts agree that education is essential. Imagine for a moment you’re among the hundreds of millions in the third world who need corrective lenses, but can’t afford them. Your journey towards education and a better life is halted before it can begin... Our recent posts have explored ecoSolargy’s newly implemented CSR program. A vital aspect of the program is volunteering in our community....
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CSR + Clean Energy Conference Recap

This is a guest post from Jimmy Nhieu, VP of Project Development at ecoSolargy.  Jimmy was asked to speak at Micro CSR’s event about ecoSolargy’s current CSR efforts and the integration between CSR and Clean Energy.  (Note: CSR = Corporate Social Responsibility) In retrospect, the Micro CSR event hosted in Tucson, Arizona last week was an eye-opener for many people and businesses.  It provided insight to a new movement that is happening rapidly...
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A Day at the Irvine Regional Park

Here’s a scary fact: humanity depends on plants for survival!  Even more terrifying: the plants are at war, and the casualties are becoming catastrophic!  Invasive plant species from other regions are thriving in Southern California because they lack natural predators and have the ability to survive in our sunny climate. This means we’ll have fewer species overall, which are less resistant to extreme weather and red-eared slider turtle attacks....
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Future Looks Bright for Homeboy Industries

Happy December everyone!  We have some exciting news to close November, the month of giving thanks #AndNotShaving.  ecoSolargy is happy to be involved in Everybody Solar’s Homeboy Industries' project.  We wrote about this project a few months back when we originally became aware of it.  ecoSolargy will be providing them with the solar modules they need for the whole project. Thank EverybodySolar on Twitter! They raised the $20k!!! There are...
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A Day at the Back Bay

As you battle traffic on I-5, it’s easy to forget why you live in Southern California. Since 1970, the population of Orange County has doubled to over 3 million and the “OC” is known as a television show more than it is an actual place. When you look past the rows of luxury cars and palm trees however, you’ll see the natural beauty of Orange County that existed long before civilization arrived. Thankfully, the good people at OC Parks are dedicated...
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