Hope & Optimism Through Collaboration: Sweden, UN Refugees Agency, Generaytor


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Wow, terrific! In less than 24 hours after our Sep. 2, 2013 post was up, the Swedish migration authorities have ruled that all Syrian asylum seekers who are going to Sweden will be granted permanent residency in light of the worsening conflict in Syria. On Tuesday, Sweden became the first European Union country to announce that it will give asylum to all Syrian refugees who apply.

“All Syrian asylum seekers who apply for asylum will get it,” Annie Hoernblad, the spokeswoman for Sweden’s migration agency, said, “The agency made this decision now because it believes the violence in Syria will not end in the near future.”

For any one who wants to be able to do something to help relieve the pressure of  2 millions Syrian refugees, please visit The UN Refugee Agency web site: http://www.unhcr.org


Let’s resume our focus on solar topics!  I just came across a solar site that you might be interested in, http://www.generaytor.com/ , an online solar community, with members in 20 countries (and counting…).

Sunshines through cloud (credit: sunisthefuture-Susan Sun Nunamaker)

It helps people to go solar, using real-time solar performance data. Its worldwide membership includes people considering solar, solar homeowners, installers, and manufacturers. Its technology is designed to accommodate small commercial rooftop systems or ground-mounted systems. Generaytor‘s most popular feature is Virtual Solar, as a “try before you buy” experience for solar, providing simple, personalized forecast. Installers may invite their existing customer to join Generaytor to create a live portfolio demonstrating actual production in real time. Generaytor also helps to reduce soft costs by setting the stage for expanded word of mouth, increasing awareness, and connecting roof owners and installers. Their latest addition is a feature in financials, such that users will have a complete financial breakdown, including system cost, annual and lifetime forecasts, payback period, and return on investment.

So, check out this site, for it is free for all users! In just a few mouse clicks, solar homeowners can connect their monitoring data to Generaytor. People who are considering solar may create a Virtual Solar system by identifying their roof on a map and outlining the area for solar panels. The website at Generaytor then crunches the numbers from nearby connected solar systems in the community, personalized for the size of the array and the roof’s azimuth, tilt, shading, etc. Site’s co-founder Amit Rosner indicated that Generaytor hopes to be a source of knowledge and inspiration that leads to positive change in producing clean energy.
~aiming to bring more bright and sunny days to as many people on earth as possible~

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