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Index= 56 Title=Go Solar SolarCity will install a solar system on your home for free. You simply pay for your clean solar power by the month – just like your utility bill – only lower. So you save money month after month for years to come. ow Solar Power Works Diagram on How Does Solar Power Work Solar Panels Solar panels, or solar modules as they are sometimes called, are typically installed on the roof. These solar panels are made up of photovoltaic (PV) cells, which convert sunlight into direct current (DC) power. Inverter The DC power from the solar panels is sent to an inverter, where it is converted into alternating current (AC) power, or standard electrical current used your home. Video on How Solar Works Electrical Panel AC power travels from the inverter to the electrical panel, often called a breaker box. This power is now ready to use in your home. Utility Meter The utility meter continually measures your electrical supply; when your solar power system produces more power than you need, the meter literally spins backward, accumulating credits with the utility company that will offset your next bill. Utility Grid Your home remains connected to the utility grid to supply you with electricity when you need more power than your solar power system has produced, such as at night. SolarGuard® Solar Production Monitoring SolarGuardallows you and SolarCity to continuously monitor energy production and make sure your system is running smoothly. If production levels drop below normal, SolarCity will alert you and help remedy the situation. PowerGuide™ Energy Consumption Monitoring PowerGuidecontinually monitors your home's electricity usage. With a clear picture of your electricity patterns you can better manage your energy consumption and save money. The aisles of a typical Walgreens drugstore are stacked with products promoting their green attributes, whether they are towels made from recycled paper or makeup brushes made from fast-growing grass. Green A blog about energy and the environment. Go to Blog » Enlarge This Image Alan Rider for The New York Times Walmart’s turbine is to provide 10 to 15 percent of the electricity at this Red Bluff, Calif., distribution center. But increasingly, on the roof, a less visible green endeavor is under way, in the form of solar panels feeding power to the store. Walgreens, which has installed 134 solar systems across the country and has plans for many more, says its solar program stems from the brand’s connection to healthful living and a bottom-line desire to stabilize energy costs. But it has plenty of company from other big-box retailers. Large chain stores, more than any other type of business, rely on rooftop solar power to help meet their energy needs, according to a report to be released Wednesday by the Solar Energy Industries Association and the Vote Solar Initiative, an advocacy group. “Five or six years ago, you probably would have read about a pledge in an annual report about what they’re doing for the environment,” said Rhone Resch, chief executive of the association, a trade group. “Now what you’re seeing is it’s a smart investment that they’re making for their shareholders, and this is a standard business practice.” Led by the likes of Walmart, Costco and Kohl’s, commercial installations of solar power have increased sharply in recent months. More than 3,600 nonresidential systems were activated in the first half of 2012, bringing the number of individual solar electric systems to 24,000, the report said. Whether driven by brand identity or cost concerns, almost half of the top 20 commercial solar customers are major retailers like Bed Bath & Beyond and Staples. Ikea, one of the chains in the top 20, plans to have solar arrays on almost all of its furniture stores and distribution centers by the end of the year, Joseph Roth, a spokesman, said. Some retailers, including Walmart and Kohl’s, now routinely evaluate the solar potential of older and new buildings. At Walgreens, solar power is becoming so common that the chain changed its standard design template to more easily accommodate the equipment. “We literally will invest in solar in any state” if it makes sense economically, said Menno Enters, director of energy and sustainability for the drugstore chain. Retailers are pursuing other forms of renewable energy as well. Kohl’s, a department store chain, will have 150 solar locations by the end of this year, the company said. But it is also testing wind energy and plans to expand the number of electric vehicle charging stations at its stores. Ikea has included a geothermal power system at a new store in Centennial, Colo. Walmart, which has 150 solar installations and plans to have 1,000 by 2020, is also experimenting with wind. It has put small wind turbines atop the lamp posts in some of its store parking lots, and it has installed a giant one-megawatt wind turbine at a distribution center in Red Bluff, Calif. The chain, which has an aggressive goal of eventually deriving all of its energy from renewable sources, is also drawing power from fuel cells in some locations, said Kim Saylors-Laster, vice president of energy for the company. Executives say part of the appeal of the solar systems is that big-box stores are exactly that: big boxes with plenty of roof space to put up their arrays to help cover heavy electrical needs for lighting, heating and cooling and, in some cases, refrigeration. Many of the chains began with a few installations about five years ago but have picked up the pace in recent years as the price of equipment has plummeted. The average price of a finished commercial photovoltaic system, for example, dropped by almost 14 percent between the second quarter of 2011 and the second quarter of 2012, the report said. In addition, new financing approaches — in which third-party companies offer to install systems for little or no money upfront and instead take fixed payments for the electricity generated over a long-term agreement — has made solar even more attractive. Although the cost savings from these arrangements are not as great as for residential customers, the agreements insulate the companies against fluctuations in electricity costs, said Lyndon Rive, the chief executive of SolarCity, which provides solar products and services, and counts Walmart among its commercial customers, “When you look at renewables, there’s not a spiking of the fuel cost,” Mr. Rive said. “You’re locking your rates, which is a great hedge for a big percentage of your energy needs.” Ultimately, Mr. Resch said, the growth of solar at retail chains reflects a shift in mind-set. “For most of these companies, the roof is a liability and is something they need to sink money into repairing every 10 or 15 years,” he said. “These companies are actually turning the roof into an asset. It’s a completely different way of thinking about their facilities.” This article has been revised to reflect the following correction: Correction: September 13, 2012 A picture caption on Wednesday with an article about big-box retailers’ use of renewable energy misidentified the location of a Walmart distribution center that will be partly powered by a wind turbine. It is in Red Bluff, Calif. — not in Pittsburgh. he aisles of a typical Walgreens drugstore are stacked with products promoting their green attributes, whether they are towels made from recycled paper or makeup brushes made from fast-growing grass. Green A blog about energy and the environment. Go to Blog » Enlarge This Image Alan Rider for The New York Times Walmart’s turbine is to provide 10 to 15 percent of the electricity at this Red Bluff, Calif., distribution center. But increasingly, on the roof, a less visible green endeavor is under way, in the form of solar panels feeding power to the store. Walgreens, which has installed 134 solar systems across the country and has plans for many more, says its solar program stems from the brand’s connection to healthful living and a bottom-line desire to stabilize energy costs. But it has plenty of company from other big-box retailers. Large chain stores, more than any other type of business, rely on rooftop solar power to help meet their energy needs, according to a report to be released Wednesday by the Solar Energy Industries Association and the Vote Solar Initiative, an advocacy group. “Five or six years ago, you probably would have read about a pledge in an annual report about what they’re doing for the environment,” said Rhone Resch, chief executive of the association, a trade group. “Now what you’re seeing is it’s a smart investment that they’re making for their shareholders, and this is a standard business practice.” Led by the likes of Walmart, Costco and Kohl’s, commercial insWhether driven by brand identity or cost concerns, almost half of the top 20 commercial solar customers are major retailers like Bed Bath & Beyond and Staples. Ikea, one of the chains in the top 20, plans to have solar arrays on almost all of its furniture stores and distribution centers by the end of the year, Joseph Roth, a spokesman, said. Some retailers, including Walmart and Kohl’s, now routinely evaluate the solar potential of older and new buildings. At Walgreens, solar power is becoming so common that the chain changed its standard design template to more easily accommodate the equipment. “We literally will invest in solar in any state” if it makes sense economically, said Menno Enters, director of energy and sustainability for the drugstore chain. Retailers are pursuing other forms of rIndex= 56 Title=Largest health insurer to keep key parts of law regardless of court ruling [] The nation’s largest health insurer will keep in place several key consumer provisions mandated by the 2010 health-care law regardless of whether the statute survives Supreme Court review. Officials at UnitedHealthcare will announce Monday that whatever the outcome of the court decision — expected this month — the company will continue to provide customers preventive health-care services without co-payments or other out-of-pocket charges, allow parents to keep adult children up to age 26 on their plans, and maintain the more streamlined appeals process required by the law. UnitedHealthcare would also continue to observe the law’s prohibitions on putting lifetime limits on insurance payouts and rescinding coverage after a member becomes ill, except in cases where a member intentionally lied on an insurance application. The provisions are part of a larger package in the law often referred to by supporters as “the Patients Bill of Rights” that took effect as plans renewed after Sept. 23, 2010. They are popular with consumers and relatively uncontroversial among insurers. And there had already been signals from industry insiders that some insurers were likely to leave them in place. UnitedHealthcare, a UnitedHealth Group company, is the first to publicly commit to the idea. “The protections we are voluntarily extending are good for people’s health, promote broader access to quality care and contribute to helping control rising health care costs,” Stephen J. Hemsley, president and chief executive of UnitedHealth Group, said in a statement. “These provisions are compatible with our mission and continue our operating practices.” The court’s options include upholding the law, overturning part or all of it, and delaying action until after the law takes full effect. A spokesman at UnitedHealthcare said officials chose to announce their intentions now because “people in this uncertain time are worried about what might happen to their coverage and we think the time is right to let people know that these provisions will continue and they can count on us.” The announcement applies to the roughly 9 million consumers in plans that they or their employer have purchased from UnitedHealthcare. An additional 27 million people are covered by plans that are administered by UnitedHealthcare but for which their employer has assumed the financial risk, meaning that in effect their employer is their insurer. In these cases it would be up to the employer to decide which provisions to continue offering voluntarily. While UnitedHealthcare would include birth control and sterilization among the preventive services it would continue to offer without co-payments, officials said they would honor requests from employers or individual customers wishing to remove such services from the list because of religious or other objections. By contrast, in implementing the health-care law’s preventive-services requirements, the Obama administration has issued controversial restrictions on the types of employers that can refuse to offer birth control coverage on conscience grounds. Officials at UnitedHealthcare said they did not have statistics on what, if any, impact the decision could have on premiums. The Obama administration has estimated that on average the law’s early consumer mandates would increase premiums by less than 2 percent. However, that figure has probably varied depending on whether a particular plan already included the new requirements — often the case with plans bought by large employers — or whether insurers had to incorporate the new rules — often the case with plans sold to individuals and small businesses. Further complicating the picture, other forces, such as a drop in use of health care, have exerted a countervailing downward pressure on premiums in recent years. The “Patients Bill of Rights” also includes several mandates that UnitedHealthcare did not pledge to continue complying with in the event the Supreme Court invalidates the law. These include the elimination of annual limits on insurance payouts, which are being phased out under the law, and that statute’s ban on denying coverage to children with preexisting conditions. The latter would be impossible to do unilaterally, said UnitedHealthcare officials, because the company’s risk pool could be quickly skewed toward sick children. But in a statement they said the company is “committed to working with all other participants in the health care system to sustain that coverage.” Ronald Pollack, executive director of the consumer advocacy group Families USA and a supporter of the law, welcomed UnitedHealthcare’s announcement. “It would make a huge difference for a great number of people who would otherwise be left out in the cold in terms of getting coverage,” he said. “And hopefully, given UnitedHealthcare’s market share, this would have tremendous influence on other companies.” But even if the entire insurance industry followed suit, Pollack said, it would hardly make up for the loss of other provisions in the law that are set to take effect in 2014 — including the extension of Medicaid to cover a larger share of the poor, subsidies to help low-income Americans buy insurance and bans against insurers discriminating against adults with preexisting conditions. This would be a “one-third of a loaf” substitute, Pollack said. “A very good step, but in no way altering the necessity of implementing the much larger protections included in the new law.” UnitedHealthcare — one of the nation’s largest health insurers — has announced that it will preserve a provision of the health care law that allows young adults to stay on their family health care plans up to age 26, even if the high court rules the law unconstitutional later this month. The measure is one of several so-called “Patients’ Bill of Rights” included in the law that UnitedHealthcare will keep in place. The company will also continue offering preventive health care services without out-of-pocket costs and end lifetime limits on insurance payouts: “The protections we are voluntarily extending are good for people’s health, promote broader access to quality care and contribute to helping control rising health care costs,” Stephen J. Hemsley, president and chief executive of UnitedHealth Group, said in a statement. “These provisions are compatible with our mission and continue our operating practices.” [...] A spokesman at UnitedHealthcare said officials chose to announce their intentions now because “people in this uncertain time are worried about what might happen to their coverage and we think the time is right to let people know that these provisions will continue and they can count on us.” The announcement applies to the roughly 9 million consumers in plans that they or their employer have purchased from UnitedHealthcare. So far, 6.6 million young adults between 19 and 25 years old have signed up for insurance coverage through their parents’ policies. It’s a popular provision that even Republicans, such as Tea Party favorite Rep. Allen West (FL), support. During an appearance on Fox News Monday morning, Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) — one of the staunchest opponents of the law — also defended the insurer’s decision, noting, “to allow them to stay on that family plan, just helps the family until that person goes to school [and is] established in life.” The growing bipartisan support for some provisions of the law will complicate the GOP’s efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, particularly as Americans start to benefit from it. The measure expands access to health insurance for millions of Americans, and UnitedHealthcare’s decision to continue at least some of its provisions means that Obamacare has already changed the health care system — no matter what the Supreme Court decides. The one thing that I can see "positive" out of it besides the OP (insurance companies deciding to keep the provisions anyways), is all those people who will suddenly lose coverage and the benefits they have already started enjoying thanks to the reform....many of whom are conservatives. They are not going to be happy and the blame will lie solely on the GOP for challenging it and worse, not having a back up plan to replace it or fix it. I dont want to see anyone lose their coverage... but a small part of me admits I will get some satisfaction out of the pissing off conservatives and watching them turn on the GOP. (The democrats better be ready to lay the blame loudly, and frequently where it should lie...hopefully they are ready to do so just in case). With the presidential election coming up and the debates, hopefully Obama will make sure that message gets out loud and clear. Granted the vast majority of conservative are too brainwashed or willfully ignorant to understand those facts and will deny it... but there are plenty of moderate ones who have already started grumbling about the direction their party has been going.. that might be the final push they need. Two More Health Insurers Pledge To Preserve Parts Of Obamacare | Aetna and Humana have joined UnitedHealthcare in promising to preserve several popular provisions of Obamacare, even if the high court rules the law unconstitutional later this month. Bloomberg reporter Alex Wayne tweets: Alex Wayne@aawayne Humana too. MT @aawayne Aetna to match UnitedHealth, cover preventive services, young adults as dependents if SCOTUS knocks down #hcr. $HUMIndex= 56 Title=Microsoft Office 2007 product key FREE [] Microsoft Office 2007 Product Key Free If you have come looking for free Microsoft Office 2007 product key, you have come to the right place to get all the information. Office Professional 2007, Office Home & Student 2007, Office Standard 2007, Office Small Business 2007 are all available for free download from Microsoft. It also comes with a 60 day trial period. The Office Professional 2007 suite includes: * Microsoft Office Access 2007 * Accounting Express 2008 * Microsoft Office Excel 2007 * Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 with Business Contact Manager * Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 * Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 * Microsoft Office Word 2007 In order to start your trial period, you must activate the trial software. Also, note that an internet connection is required to activate your trial. The Trial period begins after you activate. You can launch the application for a total of 25 times before having to enter the Product Key and Activating the product. During the activation process you'll be notified when the trial will expire. How to Activate the Trial The process to activate your trial software begins automatically when you open any Microsoft Office System product for the first time. I will direct you to a step-wise procedure now. Trial Product Key Enter the 25 character Trial Product Key in the Setup dialog box. Then click Continue. Next, the Microsoft Software License Terms will appear. Microsoft Software License Terms (MSLT) You must accept the terms of the Microsoft Software License Terms (MSLT) to use the trial. To accept it, select "I accept the terms in the License Agreement." Then, click Continue, and the Activation Wizard will open. Activation Wizard In the Activation Wizard, Select I want to activate the software over the Internet and click Next. The wizard will lead you through the activation process. When this process is complete, you will receive a notice that activation has been successful. The notice will indicate the date when the trial will expire. Ways to Convert the Trial into Full Version You can convert from the trial software to a full-version either before or after your trial period ends. Before the trial period ends You will start receiving expiration reminder messages indicating the date when the trial will expire. At this point, you can convert to the full product in two ways: 1. 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Singkatnya, Office Professional 2010 Suite berisi produk Microsoft Office berikut: •Microsoft Word 2010 •Microsoft Excel 2010 •Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 •Microsoft Outlook 2010 •Microsoft Publisher 2010 - In professional edition only •Microsoft Access 2010 - In professional edition only •Microsoft One Note 2010 Spesifikasi yang dibutuhkan untuk Microsoft Office Professional 2010 sama dengan Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010. Nah, sekian informasi tentang produk microsoft office terbaru ini. Sekarang saya berikan free download links yang anda tunggu - tunggu. Free Office 2010 download links : •Download Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Business edition disini. •Download Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Edition disini. Get free Ms. Office 2010 (beta) Microsoft memberikan kesempatan kepada publik untuk menjajal Office 2010 dalam versi beta dengan cara mengunduhnya. Pengumuman ini diberitahukan saat Konferensi Pengembang Profesional 2009, Microsoft mengumumkan ketersediaan versi beta publik dari Office 2010 bersama dengan server SharePoint, Visio, aplikasi Office Web. Menurut Microsoft, Office Professional Plus 2010 versi Beta ini memiliki antarmuka yang hampir sama dengan versi sebelumnya. Peranti lunak ini tersedia dalam versi 32-bit maupun versi 64-bit. Selain ikon baru, fitur Office 2010 terintegrasi Office Communicator 2007 R2 dalam Outlook 2010. Selain itu, fitur ini memungkinkan pengguna untuk melakukan sinkronisasi Windows Live mereka dan situs jaringan sosial lainnya dalam terintegrasi Outlook. Awal tahun depan, LinkedIn Feed dapat ditambahkan ke Outlook 2010. Office 2010 beta publik untuk versi di 32-bit memakan memori 684MB dan 64-bit menggunakan memori 750MB. Kedua paket termasuk versi tweaked Office applications - Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, OneNote, Access, Publisher, InfoPath, SharePoint Workspace dan Communicator. Setelah mendapatkan umpan balik dari publik, Microsoft rencananya akan merilis Office 2010 versi final dalam semester pertama tahun depan. Jika ingin mengetahui kemampuan Office 2010 ini, silahkan untuk mengunduhnya di situs resmi Microsoft.