Sunday, December 14, 2014
Ann Arbor Fights Global Warming
Ann Arbor is one of the six largest cities in Michigan, and it’s in a continuous state of growth. It’s not only known for one of the leading US schools but also as one of the most technologically advanced and innovative places in the state. The city has now an active position on fighting global warming, and has been introducing a program aimed at reducing the greenhouse effect by 90 percent by 2050. The city is trying to do as much as possible to help the local communities go greener and switch to renewable energy. The plans include both the commercial and the private sector, and will involve incentives and other benefits for becoming environmentally sustainable. Besides the city’s well thought plans on increasing clean sources of energy, the Ann Arbor area is also home for one of the leading suppliers of thin-film measurement tools used in solar power production nationwide and abroad – k-Space. k-Space occupies a leading position in research and development of solar power engineering. The company’s history goes back to 1992, and it’s driven to excel as a major player in the photovoltaic industry. The company has multiple distribution centers – four in the US, one in Europe, Japan, China, India, Taiwan, Korea, and Russia. The company’s skilled engineers provide system configuration and on-site support. k-Space Associates is highly motivated to become a leading supplier of tools and technical support.
Posted by KB at 2:43 PM