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SolarCity and Honda Partner to Provide Solar Power to Honda and Acura Customers and Dealerships, for Less than the Cost of Utility-Supplied Power

Partnership seeks to broaden efforts to address climate change by giving Honda and Acura customers an opportunity to save money with solar power
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SAN MATEO and TORRANCE, Calif., February 20, 2013 /3BL Media/ - SolarCity® (Nasdaq: SCTY) and American Honda Motor Co., Inc., today announced a partnership to make solar power more affordable and available to Honda and Acura customers in the U.S., providing a cleaner source of electricity at a lower cost than utility-supplied power.

SAI's RAGS Project Exceeds Targets to Combat Gender Discrimination

The Project’s workshops in India offer a timely focus on gender discrimination to foster change
Summary: 
SAI's RAGS Project continues at full steam across India. Led by SAI India Project Director Rishi Sher Singh, the project in 2012 convened 13 workshops, with 307 participants from 131 factories to implement “Management Systems to Address Gender Discrimination” in the ready-made garment sector. This exceeds the project’s initial targets of 270 participants and 100 factories.
 
These trainings are being supported and co-delivered by local organizations such as SAVE in Tirupur and Sutradhara in Delhi. The RAGS program is supported by UKAID from the Department for International Development (DFID).
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SAI's RAGS Project continues at full steam across India. Led by SAI India Project Director Rishi Sher Singh, the project in 2012 convened 13 workshops, with 307 participants from 131 factories to implement “Management Systems to Address Gender Discrimination” in the ready-made garment sector. This exceeds the project’s initial targets of 270 participants and 100 factories.
 
These trainings are being supported and co-delivered by local organizations such as SAVE in Tirupur and Sutradhara in Delhi. The RAGS program is supported by UKAID from the Department for International Development (DFID).
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