For the U.S. solar energy industry, 2011 was a historic year. On the positive side, the market for solar installations continued to boom, as the U.S. installed 1,855 megawatts (MW) of photovoltaic (PV) solar systems, representing 109% growth over 2010. The fourth quarter of 2011 saw 776 MW of PV installed, by far the most of any quarter in U.S. market history (473 MW was the previous record, set in the third quarter of 2011).
Georgia does not want to be a Lindsay Lohan, a starlet who skyrockets to fame, makes bad decisions, then fizzles out like some long-tailed, bleach-blond comet. Georgia wants to be Meryl Streep, whom filmmakers clamor to work with and who enjoys a long, respected career.
San Benito County, California to construct solar renewable energy systems. Construction loan for nine schools funded by CSG.
Georgia is now among the top five U.S. states for film and TV production with more than 274 projects shot in the state since July 2010.
We value our relationships and feel it’s important to spend time cultivating positive partnerships with clients and vendors. In so doing, we often host events such as fishing trips to connect offline.
Construction starts on 60 homes for low-income families in Calcasieu Parish, Southwestern Louisiana.
The Churchill Companies and Stateside Capital join to deliver tax credit solutions to the affordable housing and energy tax credit marketplace.
Fast-moving, radical technologies are reshaping today’s global entertainment industry. Georgia is uniquely positioned to meet the competitive challenges and economic development opportunities for what experts predict to be a globally proliferated.
When it comes to deciding where to shoot these days, many producers will tell you they have Georgia on their mind.
Movies filmed in Georgia have grossed more than $415 million at the box office so far this year, cementing the state’s position as a leading location for filming.