A recent demonstration of the organization's purpose includes their active role in recruiting business and government support of the Million Solar Roofs initiative underway in California.
What does MSRI stand for?
MSRI stands for Million Solar Roofs Initiative (US Department of Energy)
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This advanced technology ties into the Million Solar Roofs initiative recently signed into law by our Governor and it will be used as part of a business incubator for entrepreneurs interested in starting companies in the fields of water and renewable energy.
The bill, called the Million Solar Roofs Initiative, would provide enough incentives to generate 3,000 megawatts of power for the grid within 10 years, the equivalent of 1 million residential and commercial systems.
Department of Energy's (DOE's) Million Solar Roofs Initiative.
Governor Schwarzenegger was acknowledged for pushing the nation's most aggressive green agenda to reduce greenhouse emissions and for his Million Solar Roofs initiative.
As part of its million solar roofs initiative, California announced a target that 50 percent of all new houses built in the state over the next decade will be solar homes.
President Clinton's Million Solar Roofs Initiative, created in 1997, aims to cover a million American rooftops with solar systems by 2010.
Their location in Southern California is ideal given the Million Solar Roofs initiative being put into place by California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.