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“It is an honor to be recognized by the Small Business Association and by Assemblyman Pérez, who has done so much to champion renewable energy and the clean tech economy in the desert.  “It is ultimately our employees that we thank for their committed work to sustainability,” said HPE President Nate Otto.

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– with a focus on the “E”— presented a sustainability award today to the City of Palm Springs for their commitment to a cleaner energy future, and is complementing this award by providing a one kilowatt solar system – valued at $5,000 – to the City for use in powering their portable stage utilized in valley events.

HPE is an avid and involved player in the Valley for not only educating residents and businesses about energy awareness, but for also giving back where it is warranted.  While committed to preserving the environment and enabling people to take control of their energy future and costs, the company is ……. Read more

Sunpower Intelegant Dealer AwardHOT PURPLE ENERGY WINS PRESTIGIOUS SUNPOWER “INTELEGANT AWARD OF EXCELLENCE” While installing more residential solar in the Coachella Valley than any company in 2013.

PALM SPRINGS, Calif., March 11, 2014 – Hot Purple Energy – with a focus on the “E” as an energy solutions company — announced today it was awarded the prestigious “Intelegant Award of Excellence” from SunPower for a residential solar photovoltaic project commissioned in 2013. The award recognizes Hot Purple Energy for providing the highest quality of design and installation as well as system owner satisfaction for the installation of a 23.46-kilowatt SunPower solar power system at a Palm Springs residential home.
“As a SunPower Elite Dealer, our team is not just qualified, but has undergone the most advanced training from SunPower to install its panels, Read more

Hot Purple Energy TruckAll those homeowners who have been installing residential solar panels over the last decade may find it was a more practical decision than they thought. The electricity generated may have cost more than that coming from the local power company (half of which, nationwide, comes from burning coal), but if they choose to sell their homes, the price premium they will get for the solar system should let them recoup much of their original capital investment.

Homeowner Study in NY Times

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Saturday, Sunday, Monday – 15, 16, 17

Friday, Saturday, Sunday – 21, 22, 23

Hot Purple Energy will be solar powering, entertaining, and holding court at the Prefab Showcase/village.

This includes the prefab homes as well as the Hot Purple Energy Stage, DJ, and All Star bands.

New for 2014 are the Solar Power Mid Century Arcade and Hot Purple Energy Modweek Green screen keepsake Photo booth inside HPE Pop Up Headquarters inside the prefab showcase. Read more

alta verde escenaRancho Mirage, CA, May 29, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Andrew Adler, CEO of Beverly Hills based developer, Alta Verde Group, has a new take on solar options for homes. Simply put, he says, “They’re not an option.”

The company has positioned its brand over the last several years to augment their renowned architectural projects. Now Alta Verde, which literally means ‘tall green’, has taken the position that solar on homes needs to be thought of more as a standard appliance. Alta Verde is moving towards including solar arrays in the homes in all three of their upcoming desert projects: Escena Golf Resort and Monte Sereno in Palm Springs and Coral Mountain in La Quinta. Read more

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Desert Cancer Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting residents in the Coachella Valley and surrounding communities who need financial assistance in obtaining screening, diagnosis and treatment for cancer and allied diseases.

Paint El Paseo Pink 2013 Saturday, October 12, 2013
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Energy academy readies high school students for career in green technology

DESERT HOT SPRINGS — David Moody and Rodrigo Farias stood on a scaffold, measuring meticulously, because it all had to fit

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just right. The two high school seniors had each studied solar panels for more than two years, but this was the first time they’d ever climbed on to a roof to install one.

“All our learning has pretty much built up to this point,” Moody said. “All our hard work is finally paying off.”

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HPE All Stars

HPE in the news:

Hot Purple Energy is more than just a leader in providing alternative energy in the form of commercial and residential solar installations. They are advocates for sustainable living, involved community partners, and dedicated to making the progression to alternative energy interesting and fun.

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