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07/12/10

Instead of “It’s a Girl!”, the sign said “We’ve Gone Solar!” because the guests—including a city councilmember and the head of the District Department of the Environment—were there to celebrate the biggest residential solar installation in Washington D.C., and the parents could not be prouder.

07/09/10

Michelle Waldgeir, Vice President of Marketing spoke to NBC Washington from the site of an Astrum Solar installation about how one couple is taking advantage of the blazing sun to save with solar energy.

07/09/10

Homeowners are hosting a ribbon cutting for their neighbors tonight to celebrate their switch to clean energy. Michelle Waldgeir of Astrum Solar spoke to FOXDC as the 52 solar panels were installed.

07/09/10

In an effort to become energy independent and ultimately carbon neutral, Shelley Cohen and Mike Gala are installing the Districts largest residential solar panel system.

07/09/10

Washington, D.C. residents Shelley Cohen and Mike Gala are installing the District's largest residential solar panel system. The 11.96 kW system was installed this week by Maryland-based Astrum Solar.

07/06/10

With state, federal credits Essex couple finds alternative energy can be affordable. Do-it-yourselfers Jeffrey and Michele Manning turned to Astrum Solar to install their 26 solar panels.

06/22/10

Astrum Solar customers Elizabeth Hargrave and Matt Cohen share their going solar experience in their blog about getting outside, inside the beltway.

06/14/10

A barn and weaving and spinning studio use solar power at Flying Goat Farm in Frederick and the farm's owners Lisa and Bill Check couldn't be happier.

06/02/10

At National Cathedral School on an appropriately sunny day, 26 solar panels were installed on top of Hearst Hall, thanks to the efforts of student environmentalists.

05/09/10

As quiet as it's kept, solar and wind technology is becoming more accessible to a general public eager to tap into renewable energy.

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