FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 7/7/2015
Laplace Systems, Inc. Joins Industry Leaders in Growing California’s Solar Industry
Laplace Systems becomes newest CALSEIA member.
SACRAMENTO – Laplace Systems, Inc. has become the newest member of the nation’s largest state solar power trade association, the California Solar Energy Industries Association (CALSEIA).
“We are proud to have Laplace Systems, Inc. join CALSEIA to support its mission of expanding the use of clean, solar technologies throughout the state. CALSEIA members are recognized as being true leaders in the California market as they promote high standards within the industry and advocate fair policies for solar consumers. We look forward to working closely with Laplace System, Inc. in continuing this work,” says Bernadette Del Chiaro, Executive Director of CALSEIA.
Laplace Systems, Inc. was established in 2014 as the US subsidiary of Laplace System Co., Ltd of Japan the fifth largest monitoring provider globally in 2013 as recognized by GTM research. The parent company has been developing and distributing state-of-the-art science and technology software products throughout the world since 1990. We specialize in systems and applications related to renewable energy, including solar photovoltaic (PV) monitoring and display systems, and software for PV design and power generation simulations.
Located in Campbell, California, Laplace Systems, Inc. will target the North and Central American markets by introducing PV design and simulation software (Solar Pro) and our Solar Link Series of PV performance monitoring solutions (Solar Link ZERO and Solar Link ARCH).
“Laplace Systems is excited to support CALSEIA in its’ effort to build a sustainable solar industry through effective policy making, “says Laplace Systems’ Business Development Manager, Rob Richards. “We’re looking forward to connecting with other CALSEIA members who are committed to growing California’s solar market to discuss the latest topics in the industry.”
Laplace Systems joins CALSEIA after being carefully vetted and approved through the association’s application process, which ensures member companies adhere to industry best practices.
Founded in 1977, CALSEIA, the California Solar Energy Industries Association, represents manufacturers, installers, financers, and distributors of solar panels and related components and technologies throughout the state.
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Laplace Systems will be reaching out to schools with installed photovoltaic (solar) systems who want to incorporate their existing solar energy system into the classroom learning environment with data driven lessons and activities. Laplace’s Solar Link ARCH web-based monitoring solution provides a graphic interface to historical and real-time solar energy production data that can be tailored to educational programs. The Laplace Team can help create a stimulating educational tool utilizing the PV system as a real-life science lab where students can see solar energy at work and it empowers them to become active advocates of renewable energy.
The 2015 Green California Schools Summit and Community Colleges Summit will take place at the Pasadena Convention Center on October 29-30. The Summit is the largest annual event focused on green programs in the nation’s largest K-12 system and higher education systems.
Offering an Expo with over 100 companies offering green products and services, educational sessions, and special events including a Leadership Awards reception, the Summit is a unique annual opportunity for public and private sector stakeholders to share innovations in green policy, practice and technology.
The opening session on October 29 will include a keynote presentation by JPL research scientist Bill Patzert. A media favorite who has been called “the prophet of California climate,” Dr. Patzert is known as one of the West’s most influential individuals in regard to water issues.
Dozens of concurrent education sessions will focus on critical topics, from best practices for utilizing Prop 39 energy efficiency funds to water conservation techniques and funding for energy and building projects. The recent report from the Statewide Environmental Literacy Task Force will also be discussed, will guidelines and successes from the Green Ribbon Schools Program.
At a reception on October 29, the Summit’s Leadership Awards will recognize achievements in categories ranging from green building and energy efficiency to curriculum.
Registration for the keynotes, Expo and Leadership Awards are free. For more information and to register, go to www.green-technology.org or call 626-577-5700.