Houston energy expo to feature lessons from California energy crisis

More than 4,000 professionals in disciplines spanning the gamut of energy field and support services are expected to attend the two-day exhibition and conference, sponsored by the National Energy Services Association/Houston Energy Association (NESA/HEA).

Washington, D.C., March 13, 2001 — A unique partnership made up of leading electric utilities, energy services providers and companies which produce solar electric generating equipment today announced a major new effort to speed the deployment of clean, reliable photovoltaic power supplies in both residential and commercial applications. The group, known as the Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA), expects solar technology to play an increasing role in the balanced power portfolios needed to address the nation�s complex electricity needs.

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