March 22, 2011 | Vol 6, Num 12
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  • From the fabricator: Japan
    By Max Perilstein
    Japan--with its technology, goods, and services--is a bigger part of the fabric of North America than you might think. As the New York Times called it: This is a crisis the markets just can't grasp.
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Officials from PPG Industries, Pittsburgh, announced efficiency improvements to its Solarphire PV photovoltaic glass to help enhance the performance of solar energy collection components. ... read more

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Sunshades stand up to strict codes at University of South Florida building

University of South Florida's Patel Center for Global Solutions was designed for efficiency and sustainability, while meeting the span and load requirements of Florida's building codes, according to a release from C.R. Laurence Co., Los Angeles.

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