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Prevent Solar System Theft

Tuesday, June 28, 2011 1:00pm - 1:30pm EDT  
Host: Definitive Solar Institute
By: Tim Holmes, President, Gridlock Solar Security

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This webinar will provide an overview of recent solar Photovoltaic system thefts, then describe common products available on the market to prevent theft.

You will learn the motivation behind this new class of crime, and how to protect your system and investment from becoming another victim. There will be time for a live discussion where participants can ask questions of the presenter via text chat.

Cost: Free

Target Audience: This webinar is part of the DOO Solar series, for Developers / Owners / Operators of solar power assets.

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Presenter

Tim Holmes
Tim Holmes

President, Gridlock Solar Security

Mr. Holmes is a Professional Engineer who received his formal education as a Mechanical Engineer with a focus on alternative energy systems and energy management.  He has thirty years experience building upon that education through the development and implementation of energy management and renewable energy programs and projects.  His expertise is in energy efficiency, distributed generation, greenhouse gas management, and project development and implementation. 

Mr. Holmes has worked with virtually every energy industry customer segment including utilities, state government, county government, city government, Real Estate Investment Trusts, schools, hospitals, wineries, hotels, industrial complexes, and agricultural facilities.  He has hands-on experience completing hundreds of energy audits, and developing and implementing dozens of utility programs.


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  • Gridlock Solar Security

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