Monday, October 5, 2009

Clairvoyant Energy!

Clairvoyant is a common term around Carina Cellars. It's the name of one of our most popular Rhone-style blends, a delicious combination of syrah, grenache and mourvedre, which has been woeing fans and guests since its first creation in 2004 by winemaker Joey Tensley. But recently Clairvoyant has incurred a new wave of publicity in the news, as owner David Hardee's solar energy company-Clairvoyant Energy-released its plans to create the largest Renewable Energy Park in the USA.

Not only does David Hardee own and operate Carina Cellars, but he has also been hard at work as CEO of Clairvoyant Energy, a global renewable energy developer that builds, owns and operates utility scale solar photovoltaic energy generating systems. Clairvoyant Energy's mission is to promote renewable energy projects and create renewable energy manufacturing in the U.S. to create new “Green Jobs”, reduce carbon emissions and to lower the U.S. dependence on foreign oil. Clairvoyant Energy is already well known for its successful development of the World's Largest Roof Top Solar Energy Panal installation on the rooftop of the General Motors Corporation manufacturing facility in Zaragoza, Spain.

The most recent project in Wixom, MI involves Ford selling its assembly plant to Clairvoyant Energy (based in California) and Xtreme Power (based in Texas), to create a renewable energy manufacturing park, which will redevelop the 320-acre site and create over 4,000 jobs in green energy.

Watch David Hardee during the press release!

1 comment:

  1. As an American living in Japan, I can only applaud any company that is furthering the spread of solar energy solutions. The terrible nuclear accident here still leaves us all wondering about when, if ever, the environment will be clean again. And with 54 nuclear power plants in Japan, a country always in danger of having a big earthquake, it is high time for us to make the conversion to safe form of power generation!


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