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Comprehensive NFPA 70E Training for Qualified Workers

Comprehensive NFPA 70E Training for Qualified Workers

Proper training can enable employees to approach situations with safety in mind.

If there was one positive takeaway from the COVID-19 pandemic, some would say it was businesses’ renewed commitment to safety and implementation of additional protocols that protect their employees. As facilities continue returning to normal operations, it’s imperative that organizations keep the momentum going and consider other areas in which they can strengthen their employee safety programs. 

Electrical workers in particular face many hazards on the job, such as damaged tools and equipment, inadequate wiring and overloaded circuits, exposed electrical parts, damaged insulation and wet conditions and the most common OSHA electrical violation, improper grounding. However, few are more devastating than an arc flash, which is an electrical release of energy that can be hotter than the surface of the sun. 

Though the nature of commercial industries and the type of equipment used can present dangerous situations, the reality is that many electrical injuries can be prevented if companies are committed to developing a strong electrical safety policy and training programs. To navigate today’s electrical safety requirements and build a proper electrical safety program, an organization must first ensure it has qualified workers that have received the proper in-depth training to complete electrical tasks safely, using the latest NFPA 70E standard as their guide. 

Who is Considered a “Qualified Worker?” 

The NFPA 70E standard defines who is considered a qualified worker so that there is no mistaking if an employee is equipped to perform specific electrical activities—and for good reason, considering the dangerous hazards that electrical tasks often entail. According to NFPA 70E 110.2(A)(1), “a qualified person shall be trained and knowledgeable in the construction and operation of equipment or a specific work method and be trained to identify and avoid the electrical hazards that might be present with respect to the equipment and work method.”  

This article originally appeared in the December 1, 2022 issue of Occupational Health & Safety.

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Killexams : Police certification database may go live this week

Bay Staters will soon be able to go online to confirm the certification status for most of the state’s thousands of police officers.

Members of the Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission approved a motion Tuesday to publish a list “containing the name, employing agency, and certification status of all law enforcement officers who have been granted initial certification since December 15, 2021 or granted full recertification.”

A POST Commission spokesperson said last week the database will become public “no earlier than next week.” The portal will only list information for officers who are certified, the spokesperson said.

The reform law that created the panel required it to move toward a publicly available, searchable database with law enforcement officer records, so long as the panel took into consideration officer health and safety.

Commissioner Larry Calderone, who is president of the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association, cast the lone dissenting vote.

The vast majority of police whose last names begin with the letters A through H secured recertification under the first round of that process outlined in the law. Of the 8,846 total officers in the pool, 8,322 were again certified and another 269 were conditionally certified, according to data POST Commission Executive Director Enrique Zuniga presented at a Tuesday meeting.

While it still represents less than 3% of the total pool of applicants, the count of police officers who were not recertified by the panel swelled substantially from 57 last month to 243 as of Nov. 16, driven in large part by the inclusion of officers out on leave in the tally.

Twenty-six officers were not recertified for what Zuniga called a “pending matter including a disciplinary matter.”

“This includes instances where there is not an attestation by the chief and the Division of Certification is affirming that determination of not a good moral character,” Zuniga said, referring to a requirement in the certification process for a law enforcement agency head to attest to an officer’s character.

Most denials were for reasons unrelated to on-the-job performance. More than half, or 133 officers, did not earn recertification because they are currently out on administrative, medical, military or family leave. They will each get 90 days to comply with recertification requirements once they return to active duty.

“Please note that this is not a pejorative status and that the officer remains in good standing but is ‘pending’ or ‘on hold’ until their return,” POST Senior Certification Specialist Gina Joyce wrote in an Oct. 31 memo included in Tuesday’s meeting materials.

Another 21 officers retired or resigned after submitting their applications, which were due on July 1. Sixty-three applicants failed the Bridge Academy, a handful of whom chose to go on to a full police academy and can eventually earn certification once they finish their training, according to Zuniga.

Some of those officers denied recertification may opt to appeal the decision by seeking review of their case from Zuniga or from the larger POST Commission.

Certification for a dozen officers is tied up amid potential review hearings before either Zuniga or the full commission. The panel entered closed executive session following Tuesday’s open meeting to consider six requests for preliminary inquiries and nine cases of recommended certification suspension.

The law that created the POST Commission set up a rolling three-year cycle for recertification of all Massachusetts police. Officers with last names starting with the letters A through H needed to apply for recertification this year, and others will be due in future years.

In addition to getting a clear look at which police officers are certified, the public can also begin to file complaints against law enforcement via a new web portal POST launched in recent days.

The police misconduct complaint form now available will expedite the process of bringing potential issues before the panel for review.

“This form will enable us to capture structured data in a much more efficient way and generate better reporting,” Zuniga said.

Civilians who fill out the questionnaire can do so anonymously, though the commission encourages them to identify themselves to allow the oversight panel to conduct follow-up inquiries and gather more information.

In its earlier days, the commission had been fielding public concerns via phone calls or emails sent to a general inbox. The panel has received about 1,650 complaints since its inception, and Zuniga said about 350 of those — nearly one-quarter — came from “a very small group that’s about a dozen individuals.”

“We of course anticipate the new form will result in more complaints coming to us, but our approach is to treat all complaints seriously and interact with the public in a professional manner,” Zuniga said. “Some of the repeat complainers, sometimes it eventually becomes clear that some of these complaints are not credible for a variety of reasons. We are documenting and making sure we have consistent protocols for those responses. In many cases, it means contacting the law enforcement agency, and in some cases, it may include referring the individual to additional resources.”

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Killexams : The Sun takes over Paris ahead of tomorrow’s epic World Cup clash and tells The French ‘It’s coming home’

KING Harry Kane ruled France when The Sun took over the capital and told the French "it's coming home".

We delivered the message to Paris that England will bring the fight to them in tomorrow's epic World Cup quarter-final clash.

King Harry Kane ruled France when The Sun took over the capital


King Harry Kane ruled France when The Sun took over the capitalCredit: Paul Edwards
Another caption brands Kyle Walker a king ahead of Kylian Mbappe


Another caption brands Kyle Walker a king ahead of Kylian MbappeCredit: Paul Edwards
Traffic stopped as locals looked upwards and gasped as we projected our heroes all over the historic city


Traffic stopped as locals looked upwards and gasped as we projected our heroes all over the historic cityCredit: Paul Edwards

Traffic stopped as locals looked upwards and gasped as we projected our heroes all over the historic city.

The French newspapers declared that Les Blues winger Kylian Mbappe was their king.

But we let them know that England captain Harry is truly majestic and that our defender Kyle Walker will be in charge when we play France in Qatar tomorrow.

'Il rentre chez nous' meaning it's coming home also accompanied a picture of young starlet Jude Bellingham.

Our team lit up the City of Light with a series of projections declaring that it will be Gaul over for Didier Deschamps' side in the quarter finals when they take on Gareth Southgate’s men.

France are World Cup holders, having got their hands on the prized trophy in Russia four years ago.

But our young team intends to dethrone them in what is sure to be a titanic tussle between two incredibly talented sides.

Many Parisians congratulated The Sun for taking such a humorous approach to the crunch match.

While one woman shouted “go home” after seeing the cheeky poster projected onto her street.

Paris couple Louis Lemarchand, 23, and Fanny Thoumy, 22, were delighted to see an image of Harry Kane appearing in front of the Eiffel Tower, but insisted: “France are still going to win”

Louis said: “It’s going to be a great game, and I think France will win 3-1.

“Good luck to the English – they have fantastic fans, but that won’t be enough.”

Fanny said: “Wow – those projections are absolutely amazing. We love them! They are so funny.”

Agnes Pechette, a French woman who was taking pictures of The Sun images, smiled: ‘’I didn’t expect to see that in Paris. You English should go home!”

Napoleon Bonaparte would be spinning in his grave at how easily we penetrated the French capital’s defences.

Under the cover of darkness we ghosted up to the Eiffel Tower.

There in front of the 984ft Iron Lady we demonstrated the power of England’s attack as our 30ft high images roared on the Three Lions.

Jude Bellingham, 19, Bukayo Saka, 21, Phil Foden, 22, Marcus Rashford, 25, Walker, 32, and Kane, 29, all stood proudly way above the commuters, Christmas shoppers and tourists.

At the Trocadero, in front of France’s most famous symbol, two England fans cheered on our stunt.

Lauren Wilks, 23, a nursery practitioner from Sheffield, said: “I think The Sun’s England projections are really great.”

While Lewis Margrim, 29, a steelworker from Sheffield agreed that England will be victorious tomorrow evening.

He said: “I think England are going to win 2-1. If we keep Mbappe quiet we’ll be alright.”


Kyle Walker’s hometown is Sheffield and England fans will be hoping his steely calm and lightning pace can stop Mbappe in his tracks.

“Kyle can do it,” said Lewis.

Mbappe, 23, is the tournament’s top scorer with five goals and is the best paid football player in the world.

Also lighting up the sky were the screens of mobile phones videoing the event.

People gathered, called their friends and pointed towards the massive images of England stars.

To make sure the messages were clear we delivered them to our Gallic neighbours over the channel in both French and English.

At Avenue du Maine Frenchman Gerard Jeandin chuckled at the stunt.

He said: “I think it’s funny. We don’t have to fight.”

Along rue du General Camou, under the lights of the Eiffel Tower, more people gathered to take in the sight of England’s Lions.

Moniq Bisla, 31, and a British marketing manager who lives in Paris said: “It’s lovely to see this in Paris. 

“I think England have got a really good chance of winning.”

Tomas Olaio, 19, from Lisbon, Portugal, “Those images are brilliant. I hope Portugal ends up playing England in the tournament.”

The proud projections, including lethal striker Rashford, who has scored three goals so far at the Qatar World Cup, even convinced one teenager to get behind our boys.


Alicia Puyo, 18, from Barcelona, Spain, said: “My country is out, but this has inspired me to start supporting England.”

In the trendy 3rd arrondissement, where young men and women gathered in the cold outside bars and cafes we projected the images of England stars two more times.

Above the heads of the chattering drinkers attacking genius Foden tugged with pride on his England badge and teenage maestro Bellingham, whose displays in Qatar have seen him declared the best midfielder in the world, grabbed his own shirt with delight.

Any of Southgate’s strong squad could be heroes tomorrow night.

The team’s chances were boosted by the return of 28-year-old striker Raheem Sterling, who had left the training camp to be with his family in London following a raid on his home.

Across England fans will be crowding into bars and families will gather in front of TV screens to cheer them on.

It is estimated that 22 million people will tune in for the match, which kicks off at 7pm.

Defeating the French in the knockout stages of the World Cup would be a historic victory.

But even before tomorrow's historic clash England stars have already made their mark in France.

Bellingham's message was also in French for the locals


Bellingham's message was also in French for the localsCredit: Paul Edwards
Jude Bellingham, Bukayo Saka, Phil Foden, Marcus Rashford, Walker and Kane all stood proudly way above the commuters, Christmas shoppers and tourists


Jude Bellingham, Bukayo Saka, Phil Foden, Marcus Rashford, Walker and Kane all stood proudly way above the commuters, Christmas shoppers and touristsCredit: Paul Edwards
Tomas Olaio, 19, from Lisbon, Portugal, told The Sun: 'Those images are brilliant. I hope Portugal ends up playing England in the tournament'


Tomas Olaio, 19, from Lisbon, Portugal, told The Sun: 'Those images are brilliant. I hope Portugal ends up playing England in the tournament'Credit: Paul Edwards
Rashford on the boards in Paris


Rashford on the boards in ParisCredit: Paul Edwards
Phil Foden also made a cheeky appearance


Phil Foden also made a cheeky appearanceCredit: Paul Edwards
Fri, 09 Dec 2022 00:51:00 -0600 en-gb text/html
Killexams : The Best Solar Companies in Arizona of 2022

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If there is one thing that Arizona has to offer, it’s sunshine. The clear, dry air and southern latitude set up plentiful year-round sun exposure throughout the state. Flagstaff, Phoenix, and Tucson all rank in the top 25 sunniest cities in the nation, with Phoenix taking the top spot. With such an ample supply of clean energy, switching to solar energy is a natural decision for many Arizonans.

In Arizona’s bright, arid climate, the best solar panels produce up to 70 percent more electricity than in low-light regions like the Northeast. But to take full advantage of that plentiful power potential and not go broke installing the necessary equipment, it’s important to work with the best solar company available. For homeowners ready to make the switch and save money on monthly power bills, this guide can help.

We’ve already researched dozens of solar installers in Arizona and selected our top picks to help narrow the search. These companies come equipped with the experience and expertise to help their clients navigate the intricacies of solar design, equipment choices, installation, maintenance, and even incentive programs to achieve the best return on investment. Ahead, find out more about our search criteria and why we count these businesses among the best solar companies in Arizona.

  1. BEST OVERALL: SunPower
  2. RUNNER-UP: ADT Solar
  4. BEST BANG FOR THE BUCK: Blue Raven Solar
  5. ALSO CONSIDER: Sun Valley Solar Solutions

What to Consider When Choosing One of the Best Solar Companies in Arizona

When it comes to installing residential or commercial solar panels in Arizona, knowledge, experience, and reputation count, but there are more things to consider during this early phase. Before hiring anyone, it’s important for homeowners to factor in current power consumption and plans for improved efficiency, the home’s design and construction, neighborhood requirements, and the motivation and goals for the solar installation. Some of these issues may be foggy at first, but the homeowner will want to clarify them while researching.

For optimal power and performance from a solar system, the panels should be installed where they will receive maximum direct sunlight. Placement is determined by the home’s position and location, the type of panel, and any landscape features that may block sunlight. Before a homeowner hires one of the top solar companies in Arizona, it’s wise to consider all of these performance and lifestyle factors that could affect the choices.

Home Location and Roof Type

Location is critical when installing solar panels. Location isn’t limited to the general area; it also pertains to whether tall trees or buildings will block the sun’s rays for a substantial part of the day. Roof type is also a consideration. A sloped roof that faces south is optimal for installing solar panels, but some homes’ roof structure may not be sound enough to support a solar array. The installer may need to install the panels on a freestanding ground unit rather than on the roof, or they’ll need to modify the roof.

Type of Panels

Solar panels all generate electricity, but they do it differently. The two main types of solar panels are photovoltaic and thermal. Within those categories are a few more or less common varieties.
Photovoltaic: Photovoltaic panels incorporate solar cells that convert sunlight to electrical power, and they are the most common type of solar panel installed today. Those looking to power a large percentage of their home’s energy needs will typically have photovoltaic panels installed.

  • Thermal: Solar thermal panels incorporate mirrors that reflect and concentrate the sun’s rays to create electricity. They are not as common as photovoltaic panels, but they’re still useful. Thermal solar technology is more likely to be used for small energy purposes, such as powering a solar floodlight.
  • Monocrystalline: These panels are produced from a single (mono) silicon crystal and are dark black in color. They’re among the most expensive, but they’re long-lasting and compact. They come with efficiency ratings of 20 to 25 percent (see “Efficiency and Performance” below). They are considered to be among the best solar panels for home use.
  • Polycrystalline: These solar panels are made from silicon fragments rather than a large silicon crystal. They’re more affordable than monocrystalline but not as efficient. They range in efficiency from about 15 to 17 percent.
  • PERC: This is a new technology that improves the efficiency of monocrystalline panels. The acronym stands for Passivated Emitter and Rear Cell. The highest efficiency of all, PERC panels can be up to 5 percent more efficient than traditional monocrystalline panels.
  • Thin-film: Thin-film panels do not contain pricey crystalline silicon, which makes them more affordable, but they’re not quite as efficient as other types of panels. Depending on the quality of the individual panel, it will typically range from 6 to 15 percent efficiency.

On-Grid vs. Off-Grid

Homeowners can install an off-grid, stand-alone solar array or a grid-tie (also known as an on-grid) array. Both come with a few benefits and considerations.

An off-grid solar array is the best choice for those who want to be completely energy independent. Off-grid solar arrays allow the user to generate all their power. If a storm results in a municipal power outage, an off-grid system will continue to operate. Excess power is usually stored in large batteries to help supplement electricity when it’s cloudy. But if the off-grid system isn’t generating power and battery stores are empty, there is no alternate source of electricity.

Many homeowners opt for a grid-tie or on-grid system because they can usually sell the excess energy back to the utility company (called net metering). If it’s cloudy, the home can still draw power from the utility. However, if the utility company experiences an outage, a grid-tied system immediately shuts down. This is for safety reasons; it would be dangerous for a technician to work on a downed power line if someone’s home solar array were sending electricity into the line. Those with grid-tie systems can minimize outages by installing battery storage.

Efficiency and Performance

Solar panels are becoming more efficient as manufacturers incorporate better technology, but how can customers judge whether a specific panel is better than another? It’s all about percentages. The majority of solar panels have efficiency ratings of 15 to 20 percent. This means that when the sun’s rays hit the panel, the panel will convert from 15 to 20 percent of the sun’s energy into electrical power.

A few high-efficiency solar panels are up to 25 percent efficient, but for the most part, the top efficiency available today is about 22.5 percent. Researchers are working on ways to increase solar panel efficiency, and lab tests show panels available in the future could be up to 40 percent efficient.

Manufacturers vs. Installers

Many solar companies are certified to install one or more brands of solar panels, while a few solar companies both manufacture and install solar panels. The difference may not be significant to some consumers, especially those looking to get good deals on panel installation, but it often affects the installation company’s guarantee. Companies that both make and install solar arrays often have stronger and clearer warranties and claims processes, benefiting consumers. On the flip side, a company that installs panels but doesn’t make them may require the customer to contact the manufacturer directly with any issues.

Service Area

Many solar installation companies are located in larger metropolitan areas. Still, with the growing popularity of this energy-saving product, more and more companies are setting up shop in rural areas. Many companies will consider anywhere within a 30-minute commute from its home office to be in its area, but the exact radius will vary by company. Those living outside a company’s service area may pay an additional travel fee.

Consultation Process

Most solar energy companies offer a free consultation. This process includes (but is not limited to) analyzing and evaluating the home’s location and determining the amount of direct sunlight it receives. The company will often recommend a specific type of solar panel array as part of the process. The consultation should be able to give the homeowner an estimate of how much they stand to save on their current utility bill.

Pricing and Financing

In general, the cost of solar panels in Arizona ranges from around $10,072 to $13,628. Most homeowners will pay an average of around $11,850.

Financing may be available through the solar company or a private lender. Homeowners may want to consider that private lenders will often want homeowners to take out a second mortgage on their residence to secure solar loans in Arizona.

Some homeowners find PPAs (power purchase agreements) or leasing solar panels to be a reasonable alternative. This allows the homeowner to reduce their carbon footprint and save money while the leasing company owns the panels. Leases can last anywhere from 5 to 25 years. However, homeowners don’t get to benefit from any tax incentives or federal or state rebates.


A permit is necessary to have solar panels installed in many communities. The cost of a permit varies, but the installer will usually factor it into the installation price. In addition, the installer will take the required steps to pull the permit.

By obtaining a permit, the homeowner alerts the local building authority that they intend to install solar panels. The building authority will often send out an inspector to examine the panels, batteries, and wiring installation before the system is officially turned on.


Installation is an exciting process, and the installer will make any necessary modifications to the roof to support the array. Next, the wiring system will be installed, and the panels will be mounted and connected to the system.

The final process of switching the new system on has to wait until an inspector checks everything out. The installer typically notifies the inspector ahead of time, so there’s little downtime between the final installation and turning the system on.


In the solar panel industry, a limited 25-year guarantee is typical. It includes replacing components or repairing panels that fail due to installation errors or factory defects. But homeowners will want to be careful because not all warranties are the same. Some cover only the cost of replacement parts, leaving the homeowner responsible for paying the repair technicians. Others guarantee specific aspects of the system for shorter durations. For example, a company may offer a 25-year warranty on panel performance but only guarantee the inverter for half that length of time.

Rebates and Tax Incentives

The federal government offered a 30 percent tax credit for the years up to (and including) 2019, but that credit has since been diminishing. A tax credit means a percentage of what the homeowner spends on solar panels can be deducted from the amount of income they claim. When the tax credit was 30 percent, if the solar panels cost $10,000 the homeowner could reduce their income tax liability by $3,000, or 30 percent of $10,000. Through 2022, the tax credit will be 26 percent, and by 2023, it will drop to 22 percent. In 2024, the federal tax credit expires unless Congress takes steps to extend it.

Additionally, states and local communities may offer tax incentives, or solar companies and manufacturers may offer rebates, but this changes frequently. The solar company installer is usually the best source for up-to-date rebates and tax information.

Customer Support

Buying a solar array is an expensive prospect, and if something goes wrong, it’s comforting to know the solar company is there to handle the problem promptly. Virtually all solar companies have a call-in customer service number, and many have an emergency number for after-hours calls. Some companies offer online support via chat or email. The more options a company offers, the higher the customer satisfaction in most cases.

Our Top Picks

Solar makes a sensible renewable energy choice for Arizona homeowners. Some customers want to be totally off-grid and self-sufficient. Others want to stay connected, reduce monthly bills, and sell their excess clean electricity to the grid. Either way, the best solar companies in Arizona can help make it happen.


Why It Made the Cut: After nearly 40 years leading the home solar industry, SunPower continues its successful strategy of designing simple, reliable, efficient systems using high-quality solar equipment.

Since the mid-1980s, SunPower has led the home solar industry by designing easy-to-operate, reliable solar systems powered by top-quality solar equipment. It serves clients throughout the United States, including Arizona. The company offers some of the best solar products, such as Maxeon monocrystalline solar panels. With an efficiency rate of 22.8 percent, these are some of the best solar panels on the market. They feature a sleek, low profile and integrated microinverters to minimize the impact on the home’s curb appeal.

In addition to the performance and peace of mind that comes with its efficient and reliable solar panels, SunPower’s design process is streamlined for client convenience. The interactive online design studio makes it easy to tackle this step virtually. And SunPower’s equipment features Cradle to Cradle certification, meaning it maintains a minimal environmental impact through sustainable, circular production. Prospective customers initiate contact with a SunPower support representative with a phone call.


  • Type of panels: Maxeon monocrystalline
  • Payment options: Buy, finance, lease
  • Guarantee: 25-year complete-system warranty
  • Customer support: Phone


  • High 22.8 percent efficiency rate
  • Cradle to Cradle–certified equipment
  • Interactive online design studio feature
  • Sleek design with built-in microinverters


  • Customer service only available by phone


Why It Made the Cut: ADT Solar boasts a strong reputation for installing equipment from top manufacturers and backing its work with an industry-leading 25-year comprehensive warranty.

In 2021, ADT acquired Sunpro Solar and rebranded itself ADT Solar. It is now one of the top solar companies in Arizona. In an industry known for high equipment prices, ADT Solar stands out from the competition by covering the equipment it installs with an outstanding warranty. It guarantees that the systems it installs will produce at the estimated level for 25 years after purchase. However, because ADT Solar does not manufacture the products it installs, variation in system components may occur from project to project depending on availability. Luckily, phone and email customer support is readily available to answer questions.

ADT Solar also supports its customers with 24/7 solar monitoring to ensure that the system is running properly at all times. If need be, the company’s solar installation technicians can also make roofing repairs required for a solar panel installation. This can streamline the process and means that a homeowner doesn’t need to hire an additional contractor.


  • Type of panels: Not specified
  • Payment options: Buy, finance, lease
  • Guarantee: 25-year power-production guarantee
  • Customer support: Phone, email


  • Generous 25-year power-production guarantee
  • 24/7 solar monitoring
  • Additional roofing repair services available


  • Solar panel information not readily available


Why It Made the Cut: Momentum Solar adheres to a uniquely personalized service approach, with a single point of client contact from consultation through installation.

Momentum Solar opened its doors in 2009, and for the past dozen years has continued to grow its position in the residential solar market. Customers especially appreciate its one-on-one sales and service approach: They work with the same Momentum Solar representative from initial contact and consultation all the way through installation and system start-up.

Momentum Solar’s personal approach builds outstanding customer relationships by minimizing communication breakdowns and fostering greater accountability. The company handles all paperwork and permits, and helps clients take full advantage of regional and local clean energy incentive programs. It all makes for a low-stress, high-satisfaction experience. The information readily available on Momentum’s website is slim, but customers can contact a representative via phone or email with any pressing questions.


  • Type of panels: Monocrystalline (various manufacturers)
  • Payment options: Buy, finance, lease
  • Guarantee: 25-year equipment and labor warranty
  • Customer support: Phone, email


  • Streamlined “concierge” service offered
  • All paperwork and permits handled on behalf of the customer


  • Somewhat limited information available online
  • No solar batteries available


Why It Made the Cut: Blue Raven Solar makes start-up easy with free financing for up to 18 months before the first payment is due, and it installs top-tier solar equipment.

Homeowners in the Phoenix, Arizona, area will want to consider Blue Raven Solar for some of the best solar deals. Since its startup in 2014, Blue Raven Solar has been one of the fastest- growing providers of home solar systems, now serving 17 states. Its goal is to maximize homeowner access to low-cost clean energy alternatives through free 18-month financing and system ownership, rather than solar leases or PPAs.

Blue Raven Solar offers reliable, low-cost solar panel and inverter installations. It installs high-efficiency monocrystalline panels from several reputable, budget-friendly brands like Canadian Solar and Trina. It does not install battery backups at this time. Instead, excess solar electricity produced is sold back to the grid electricity provider to offset the cost of power consumption at night or when it’s too cloudy to operate. The Blue Raven Smart Start program allows customers to pay a reduced monthly price. As an added bonus, customers can receive an energy-saving kit with an LED light package and smart thermostat at no extra cost to help them save even more money.


  • Type of panels: Monocrystalline (various manufacturers)
  • Payment options: Buy, finance
  • Guarantee: 25-year manufacturer warranty, 10-year labor warranty
  • Customer support: Phone, email


  • Flexible and relatively affordable BluePower Plus+ financing option
  • Money-saving Smart Start program available
  • Complimentary energy-saving kit


  • Service area restricted to Phoenix metro area
  • No solar lease option
  • No solar batteries available


Why It Made the Cut: Sun Valley Solar Solutions is a local Arizona-based company with a strong reputation for quality, efficiency, and excellent customer support for more than 15 years.

Those who prefer to work with a locally owned and operated company will want to take a close look at Sun Valley Solar Solutions. It’s been in business in Chandler, Arizona, since 2006 and has a great reputation for clean, fast, quality work. As an Arizona-based company, it specializes in products and designs proven to withstand the hot, arid climate. With Sun Valley Solar Solutions, everything is done in-house, from the initial site evaluation and custom solar system design through installation and maintenance.

Sun Valley Solar Solutions creates and installs fully customized solar power systems. It offers both purchase and lease programs for grid-tied or off-grid projects. It also installs whole-home and emergency battery backup systems, including Tesla Powerwall and Generac PWRcell. Residential installations are backed by a 25-year warranty, and the company offers system service and maintenance as well. The website does not offer details regarding types of solar panels and inverters used, but a quick email or phone call to customer service will provide answers to any questions.


  • Type of panels: Not specified
  • Payment options: Buy, finance, lease
  • Guarantee: 25- to 30-year manufacturer warranty, 10-year labor warranty
  • Customer support: Phone, email


  • End-to-end in-house process
  • Metal conduits built to withstand high Arizona temperatures
  • Sleek all-black and invisible tile options


  • Solar panel information not specified

Our Verdict

With thousands of dollars at stake, deciding which solar company is right for the project may be challenging. For most new solar construction or conversion from conventional grid power to home solar, we favored SunPower. It’s a trusted brand with a strong reputation for customer service and long-lasting equipment. Customers with less equipment brand loyalty and a willingness to trust an experienced installer’s recommendations may prefer ADT Solar’s approach. It installs dependable equipment from numerous manufacturers and backs its installations with a generous 25-year warranty.

How We Chose the Best Solar Companies in Arizona

Changing from utility electricity to renewable solar power requires a major commitment on the homeowner’s part. Locating a trusted installer presents challenges. Nearly 300 solar installers operate in Arizona, including plenty of inexperienced operators along with sales and marketing companies that subcontract the work. We filtered the field to identify a shorter list of companies that keep the design and install in-house and have plenty of 4- and 5-star reviews on Google and with the Better Business Bureau to support their work.

Our team researched the top local and nationwide businesses to identify the best solar companies in Arizona. Because each customer and installation is unique, we favored businesses that exhibit operational flexibility and transparency. In addition to customer reviews and ratings, we valued industry certifications and awards. Then we dug deeper to confirm that business processes were in place to continue garnering those high ratings in the future.

Home solar equipment and installation are significant up-front expenses that eventually pay off through reduced utility bills. With this financial burden in mind, our team ensured that the companies we recommend offer customer assistance for access to applicable incentive programs.

Before You Work With One of the Best Solar Companies in Arizona

Before preparing to spend tens of thousands of dollars, it’s a good idea for homeowners to take a few steps and protect themselves.

Prior to setting up a consultation with any solar company, the homeowner will want to find out if the company can live up to the project requirements. First, they’ll want to consider where the company is physically located and where its shop or warehouse is located. If those are not within a reasonable distance from the installation site, warranty, service, and maintenance service appointments could become problematic later on.

The company should provide a detailed plan before the customer signs a contract or pays a deposit. This includes itemized equipment to be installed, a schematic of the installation, and a work timeline. Homeowners will want to review the materials to ensure that the contractor arranges the pre-work permitting process and post-work inspections.

It’s important to understand that many of the companies selling solar in Arizona are sales and marketing agencies that outsource installation work to subcontractors. In this scenario, accountability for warranty work can be cloudy. The safest bet is to work with a company that installs the products it sells.
Homeowners can clarify if the company subcontracts out the installation. If so, it’s important to learn about the vetting process. Is the subcontractor licensed, insured, and trained to install the equipment in the contract? Has the contracted company even worked with this particular subcontractor in the past? Who from the contracted company oversees the subcontractors? Will that person be on-site during installation?

Cost of Working With One of the Best Solar Companies in Arizona

The average cost of solar installation in Arizona is $2.37 per watt, or between $10,072 to $13,628 for a whole-house system. Other costs beyond the price of equipment and installation influence actual expenses and savings.

Buyers assume the full financial burden of installation along with ongoing maintenance responsibilities. For instance, they may want to hire one of the best solar panel cleaning services to keep panels running efficiently. Paying for the system in full upon installation typically leads to the lowest total cost and highest potential savings. Financing the system extends the payment period and may add interest or other fees. However, financing still affords the benefits of tax incentives and significant operational savings thanks to the ability to sell excess electricity to the power company.

Customers who lease solar systems and therefore do not own them benefit from a reduced power bill, but not the additional offset from selling power back to the utility. Also, lease customers do not qualify for the tax incentives buyers receive. Those who lease end up paying the most for solar in the long run.

The Advantages of Working With One of the Best Solar Companies in Arizona

With so many solar companies to choose from in Arizona, it pays to spend time finding the best contractor for the project. The best Arizona solar companies have a proven track record of high-quality work and superior customer service. Plus, they offer added benefits like:

  • Expert design and installation of solar systems tailored to the client’s property and needs.
  • Proactive communication and customer service that minimizes problems and maximizes access to renewable energy incentives.
  • Durable equipment options at fair prices that deliver dependable, efficient, cost-effective home power generation.


Homeowners who are considering contracting with one of the best solar panel companies in Arizona may still have a few questions. The following information should help answer the most frequently asked questions.

Q. Do I need a permit for building a solar system in Arizona?

Solar installations do require permits in Arizona. You’ll want to check with your local building authority for details based on the type, size, and location.

Q. Is Arizona state a good place for solar panels?

Arizona is the top state in the U.S. for solar power generation. The climate is extremely favorable, and top-notch installers are available throughout the state.

Q. How much does solar panel installation cost in Arizona on average?

Arizona solar installation prices average $2.37 per watt. For a whole-home system, plan on spending between $10,072 and $13,628. These are average residential prices after receiving the federal tax credit.

Q. Do I pay taxes on AZ solar panels?

In Arizona, solar equipment is sales-tax exempt, and the added value of a solar installation is property-tax exempt. On the contrary, solar creates tax benefits. Arizona homeowners who purchase solar could qualify for a federal tax credit on up to 30 percent of the system cost, as well as a 25 percent state solar tax credit (maximum available credit of $1,000).

Q. Do solar companies in AZ charge for consultations?

While each company sets its own prices and policies, the vast majority of solar companies in Arizona do not charge consultation fees.

Sources:, SEIA, EnergySage,

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Killexams : Maryland needs a diverse teaching workforce | READER COMMENTARY

The 235-page, 10-year $3.8 billion plan “Blueprint for Maryland’s Future” has promised to bridge achievement gaps for students of all backgrounds and to produce high-performing graduates by investing in key areas of Maryland’s public schools. Though not spotlighted in a report on its progress since 2020, one of the targeted areas of the plan is to develop “high-quality diverse teachers and school leaders in every school,” by “aiding students from groups historically underrepresented in the teaching profession in achieving teacher preparation and certification requirements” (page 207).

This is important because research by the Learning Policy Institute clearly demonstrates the benefits of developing and sustaining a diverse teaching workforce including increased academic performance by students of color as measured by improved reading and math test scores, higher graduation rates and increased aspirations to attend college. The same research also found that students of color and white students reported having positive perceptions of their teachers of color — including feeling cared for and academically challenged.


In a 2022 report to the Maryland State Department of Education, state Superintendent Mohammed Choudhury cited that Maryland’s student population is 21% Black and 7% Latino while the teacher population is 19% Black and only 4% Latino. Since 2012, there has been a gap between the percentage of students of color and the percentage of teachers of color greater than 30%.

The Blueprint for Maryland’s Future recognizes the important role historically Black colleges and universities and Hispanic serving institutions play in preparing diverse and high-quality teachers by giving those institutions grant priority. But not all prospective teachers in this demographic are able to live on or commute to a college campus to get a teaching degree.


Online, competency-based education — which measures skills and subject knowledge rather than time spent in a classroom — is one approach that has proven successful at saving time and money. The key is flexibility — offering options that provide access regardless of child care status, location, or wherever the hands happen to be on the clock.

The results of this approach are clear. Western Governors University’s Teachers College is in the top 1% for granting degrees for Black and Hispanic and Latinx educators at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. It is second in the nation for combined graduate and undergraduate degrees and credentials for students of color, according to the federal Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System.

Higher education providers, policymakers and students must recognize the benefits of models that value skills-based mastery while addressing affordability to recruit, train and retain quality teachers who reflect the full spectrum of the race, ethnicity and life experiences of the students they serve and the communities they call home.

— Rebecca L. Watts, Weehawken, New Jersey

The writer is regional vice president of Western Governors University.

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Killexams : No. 2 small Top Workplace 2022: Tiber Technologies specializes in defense software solutions and company culture From left, Chris Berger, co-founder and director of Tiber Technologies, and Tim Reardon, software engineer, replace a section of a split-rail fence, as the company takes part in an October volunteer event in Laurel. They are working on a home through Rebuilding Together Howard County. © Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun/TNS From left, Chris Berger, co-founder and director of Tiber Technologies, and Tim Reardon, software engineer, replace a section of a split-rail fence, as the company takes part in an October volunteer event in Laurel. They are working on a home through Rebuilding Together Howard County.

At Tiber Technologies, a highly trained cohort of engineers, developers and other experts who specialize in defense software solutions have formed a unique work culture and found success.

Given the high stakes, Tiber’s leadership makes every effort to create an ideal environment in its Ellicott City office to help achieve their collective goals.

“Employees feel valued and get a sense that their input matters,” said Mark Nester, a director who co-founded the business in 2012 with Chris Berger.

Today, Tiber has a team of about 50 employees and expects to grow.

“Tiber has become a destination in recent years due to our commitment to hiring top-tier technical employees and supporting our employees both in and out of the workplace,” said Jim Malone, the chief operating officer. “We take time to get to know our employees and their career goals and also spend time understanding what’s important to them outside of work. We care about our employees as people first, and that has built Tiber’s reputation with both our employees and industry partners as a company that can be trusted to get the mission done and do it the right way.”

This approach is embodied in Tiber’s senior managers and is woven throughout the company across all of its business areas.

For instance, Tiber looks for special ways to recognize its employees’ accomplishments and milestones. Workers receive cash bonuses for completion of a degree program or attainment of a new technical certification. Employees who reach a significant work anniversary choose a special gift to celebrate the occasion, such as a virtual reality entertainment system, a set of golf clubs or a weekend getaway.

In addition, Tiber employees and their spouses are invited to attend an annual offsite trip.

”Our employees and families have a chance to bond outside of the work environment and discuss future opportunities and development in a fun, comfortable setting,” Malone said. “Most importantly, it allows our employees time for much-deserved relaxation.”

Those aren’t the only perks, Nester said, ticking off smaller-scale events ranging from a mini-golf tournament and ping-pong challenge to a bocce ball contest and waterslide races.

”I have fond memories from past employee events,” Malone said. “Tiber can only provide the venue, but what makes them truly fun and rewarding is the interaction between employees and the memories that are created.”

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Killexams : Foothills Food Bank puts people first, earns gold certification

Foothills Food Bank and Resource Center is so much more than boxes of canned goods and household items — it has become the first food bank in Arizona to earn gold certification from Leah’s Pantry through the nationally-recognized Nutrition Pantry Program.

This program provides tools and training to support changes that will help deliver dignity-based, trauma-informed, and client-centered food assistance services. The Foothills Food Bank is now one of approximately 160 food banks nationwide that have earned the certification.

“Gold certification means we have met the highest standard for support, systems, and environmental changes at our panties,” said Lauren Cobb, community engagement manager. “We have morphed into a more client-centered, healthy-focused food bank for our neighbors." 

Local support for earning gold status came from partners at HonorHealth Desert Mission Food Bank and, of course, the center’s dedicated team of volunteers. 

Terry Dowd, Foothills Food Bank board of directors member, said while getting the certification was a process, the food bank was already up to gold standard.

Terry Dowd, Foothills Food Bank board of directors member, thanked the volunteers for their efforts in earning a gold certification.

“There are requirements to become a gold certified pantry, and so you have to check the boxes and go through the whole process,” she said. “But all of those things were already present at the Foothills Food Bank. It was a matter of documenting things.”

“And yes, we had some things that we had to pay a little bit more attention to, as we always do, but I think that you should all be very proud and happy that this has happened,” Dowd continued, addressing the volunteers.

The most notable change is the transformation from a “food box” program with pre-selected food to a corner store environment allowing neighbors to make their own choices. The Foothills Food Bank has been carefully and purposely designed to feel more like a convenience store than a typical food bank.

Cobb said a big part of the requirements for the gold certification from Leah’s Pantry revolved around client choice and being trauma aware.

“It’s not only being able to choose the items they’re picking up themselves, but also making sure everything is done in a trauma-informed manner,” Cobb said. “A lot of these people are coming from situations of trauma, and so what does that look like – does that change how they might approach the food bank, change the items they pick? There’s a lot more to the education part behind it, knowing that clients coming in are going through a bunch of other things and if we can at least be aware of that then we can better serve them.”

Volunteers were provided trauma-informed care training and new programs were developed that included a financial literacy workshop and mental health support groups.

Another change made for the certification was to move the coolers and freezers from the packing area into the pantry, so clients can now pick their own deli and dairy products. The food bank even caters to different dietary needs, with low sodium, vegetarian and non-dairy options. It has a regular stock of fresh fruits and vegetables; pies and cakes; snacks for kids; pet food and more, all laid out for people to make their own selections.

Cobb said it may not seem like much, but allowing people to pick their own food makes a huge difference.

“Having your choice of what you’re going to eat brings back the dignity of just being a human being,” she explained. “This is them taking a little bit more power. They might be facing a situation where they are unable to buy groceries, but at least when they come here, they’re still picking out their own foods. It really empowers them.”

Leah’s Pantry is headquartered in California and collaborates with several partners including the United States Department of Agriculture, University of California and University of North Carolina. 

Carefree Mayor John Crane joined the gold celebration to hear Foothills Food Bank board of directors member, Terry Dowd, thank the team for their efforts.

According to Executive Director Leigh Zydonik, “we have always believed that access to nutritious food is foundational to health and wellness, both mentally and physically. We care for the whole person and want everyone to feel welcomed and respected while we support their journey to independence."

Founded in 1988, the Foothills Food Bank and Resource Center provides food for neighbors experiencing food insecurity as well as resources and guidance to obtain services available in North Maricopa and southern Yavapai counties.

The Cave Creek Food Bank and warehouse is located at 6038 E. Hidden Valley Drive and can be reached at 480-488-1145. Pantries are also available in Black Canyon City and New River and there are mobile markets within the service area.

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Killexams : From busting belly fat fast to training on your period – the fitness myths you probably believe

GOING to the gym can be daunting enough without trying to distinguish fact from fiction.

Will people be looking at you? What if you make a fool of yourself?

Women's fitness coach Abi Skipper has revealed some of the biggest myths she's heard at the gym


Women's fitness coach Abi Skipper has revealed some of the biggest myths she's heard at the gymCredit: Supplied
The London-based PT said there are many misconceptions people have when it comes to training


The London-based PT said there are many misconceptions people have when it comes to trainingCredit: Supplied

These are all questions that run through our heads - especially if you're new to exercise or you're just getting started.

Now, one women's fitness coach has revealed the seven most common myths she hears.

Speaking to The Sun, personal trainer Abi Skipper said there are a lot of misconceptions that women have when it comes to exercise.

Whether it's training on your period or if weights will make you bulky, the London-based coach has debunked the most classic conundrums.

1. Lifting weights will make you bulky

The 35-year-old said this is one of the biggest myths she hears the most.

She said: "Women are worried about using weights for the first time because they think they are going to put on loads of muscle and become really bulky.

" It's not true, it’s actually really really hard to put on a lot of muscle, also there’s nothing wrong with muscle and being bulky, so they shouldn't worry about that anyway."

Abi said that to get that 'bulky' look, you would have to be lifting heavy weights for a very long time, combined with a dedication to your diet.

However, Abi said that for women, there are benefits when it comes to lifting.

"My favourite one is that it’s going to increase your confidence, and make you feel good.

"But internally it will increase your bone density and your muscle mass - which a lot of women don’t know - but this can actually help with weight loss as well, because with more muscle mass you burn more calories," she added.

2. You just need to do cardio to lose weight

When it comes to misconceptions about certain exercises, Abi said just doing cardio is one of them.

The guru said that people might feel as though they need to do lots of running in order to lose weight and that's just not the case.

"If they enjoy cardio that’s not a bad thing, because I always get asked what’s the best exercise to lose weight and the best exercise to lose weight is the one you’re going to do the most and the one you actually enjoy.

"So if you do enjoy doing cardio then that’s great, but if your goal is to lose weight then including strength training in that is really important as it increases muscle mass which is going to help you burn more calories throughout the day."

She added that a lot of women are looking for that 'toned look', which Abi said 'just isn't a thing'.

"You can’t tone a muscle, but essentially what they’re looking for is to lower their fat percentage and increase muscle which gives you that toned look. 

"So although running and cardio might help you lose some weight, you won’t achieve that toned look without having some muscle as well," Abi explained.

Abi's top tips for first time gym goers

Going to the gym for the first time can be scary, so here, Abi has revealed her top tips to make it less daunting.

Don't overthink it

Abi said it might feel like everyone is looking at you, but that's really not the case.

"Everyone will be too focused on the music in their ears, their own workouts and themselves. Just relax and go in with a plan so you're not wandering around unsure of what to do," she said.

Get a gym induction

If you're unsure of exercises and how to use equipment, Abi said the best thing to do is get a gym induction.

"I think a lot of people worry they are going to injure themselves. So if you get a gym induction and you are shown what to do then it will make you feel a little more relaxed," she said.

Take a pal

Going to the gym with someone you know is always great and will also make you accountable, Abi said.

Get a good playlist

There's nothing better than listening to your favourite songs, and Abi said this can help with motivation.

Try to enjoy it

Most of all, Abi said try and enjoy it. "We want to celebrate our bodies and what they can do," she added.

3. I have to do loads of crunches to get abs

We've all seen those crazy challenges that promise to give us abs if we do 100 crunches a day.

Abi said that this just isn't the case and when it comes to weight loss, nutrition and your diet does the lion’s share.

"It’s having a 360 approach really. A well balanced diet and some strength training in there and cardio as well because your heart is a muscle and it’s good to train that as well."

4. I can't train on my period

In countless films and TV shows, we see women ditching their gym kits in favour of the sofa because they've come on their period.

Abi said it's a myth that you can't train on your period and said it all comes down to personal preference.

"Every woman has a different cycle and even in terms of your own cycle this is going to be different from month-to-month.

"My advice is to always see how you feel in that month but you certainly can train and there is no harm in training if you’re on your period," she added.

5. Only training in the morning counts

Abi said that there are a lot of myths surrounding when you should and shouldn't train.

She said: "This comes down to personal preference, it’s whenever you’re more likely to go.

"If you’re not a morning person, don’t put it in your diary that you’re doing a morning class, because you’re not going to go and then you’re going to feel bad.

"So if you feel you have more energy in the evenings then you should go in the evenings.

"It might also depend on your gym, if it’s really busy in the morning and you prefer to work out in a less busy gym then do that.

"From a fitness level it doesn’t matter as long as you get there and you move - it doesn’t matter that at what time."

6. There are only certain exercises that will work for fat reduction

This is one question that Abi said she gets asked a lot - which is 'can I target belly fat'?

The coach said that unfortunately, there are no exercises that can target specific areas.

"If you see anyone telling you they can then it's just not true. You're best looking at a full body workout and a balanced diet," she added.

7. I have to be sore for the workout to count

If you've not exercised in a while, then you might be struggling to get off the sofa after your latest session.

But Abi said the idea that you always have to be sore, as a marker of how hard or effective the workout has been, is just not true.

She said: "Obviously if you haven't done any exercise before and you’re new to some movements and exercises you will be a little bit sore afterwards and that’s called DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness).

"This is completely normal and that is just your muscles during the workout growing and accommodating that workout so you just need to get some recovery afterwards to help with that."

"But you can have a workout and not have any pain and still have had a good work out", she added.

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Killexams : Cosmetic Isoparaffins Market 2023 In-Depth Insights and Business Scenario, by Analysts Certification 2028 | Newst 91 Pages Report

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the global Cosmetic Isoparaffins market size is estimated to be worth USD million in 2022 and is forecast to a readjusted size of USD million by 2028 with a CAGR of % during the review period. Fully considering the economic change by this health crisis, Isododecane accounting for % of the Cosmetic Isoparaffins global market in 2021, is projected to value USD million by 2028, growing at a revised % CAGR in the post-COVID-19 period. While Hair Care segment is altered to an % CAGR throughout this forecast period.
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1 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Market Overview

1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Cosmetic Isoparaffins
1.2 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Segment by Type
1.2.1 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Market Size Growth Rate Analysis by Type 2023 VS 2028
1.3 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Segment by Application
1.3.1 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Consumption Comparison by Application: 2023 VS 2028
1.4 Global Market Growth Prospects
1.4.1 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Revenue Estimates and Forecasts (2017-2028)
1.4.2 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production Capacity Estimates and Forecasts (2017-2028)
1.4.3 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production Estimates and Forecasts (2017-2028)
1.5 Global Market Size by Region
1.5.1 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Market Size Estimates and Forecasts by Region: 2017 VS 2021 VS 2028
1.5.2 North America Cosmetic Isoparaffins Estimates and Forecasts (2017-2028)
1.5.3 Europe Cosmetic Isoparaffins Estimates and Forecasts (2017-2028)
1.5.4 China Cosmetic Isoparaffins Estimates and Forecasts (2017-2028)
1.5.5 Japan Cosmetic Isoparaffins Estimates and Forecasts (2017-2028)

2 Market Competition by Manufacturers
2.1 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production Capacity Market Share by Manufacturers (2017-2023)
2.2 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Revenue Market Share by Manufacturers (2017-2023)
2.3 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Market Share by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3)
2.4 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Average Price by Manufacturers (2017-2023)
2.5 Manufacturers Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production Sites, Area Served, Product Types
2.6 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Market Competitive Situation and Trends
2.6.1 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Market Concentration Rate
2.6.2 Global 5 and 10 Largest Cosmetic Isoparaffins Players Market Share by Revenue
2.6.3 Mergers and Acquisitions, Expansion

3 Production Capacity by Region
3.1 Global Production Capacity of Cosmetic Isoparaffins Market Share by Region (2017-2023)
3.2 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Revenue Market Share by Region (2017-2023)
3.3 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2017-2023)
3.4 North America Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production
3.4.1 North America Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production Growth Rate (2017-2023)
3.4.2 North America Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2017-2023)
3.5 Europe Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production
3.5.1 Europe Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production Growth Rate (2017-2023)
3.5.2 Europe Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2017-2023)
3.6 China Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production
3.6.1 China Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production Growth Rate (2017-2023)
3.6.2 China Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2017-2023)
3.7 Japan Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production
3.7.1 Japan Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production Growth Rate (2017-2023)
3.7.2 Japan Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2017-2023)

4 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Consumption by Region
4.1 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Consumption by Region
4.1.1 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Consumption by Region
4.1.2 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Consumption Market Share by Region
4.2 North America
4.2.1 North America Cosmetic Isoparaffins Consumption by Country
4.2.2 United States
4.2.3 Canada
4.3 Europe
4.3.1 Europe Cosmetic Isoparaffins Consumption by Country
4.3.2 Germany
4.3.3 France
4.3.4 U.K.
4.3.5 Italy
4.3.6 Russia
4.4 Asia Pacific
4.4.1 Asia Pacific Cosmetic Isoparaffins Consumption by Region
4.4.2 China
4.4.3 Japan
4.4.4 South Korea
4.4.5 China Taiwan
4.4.6 Southeast Asia
4.4.7 India
4.4.8 Australia
4.5 Latin America
4.5.1 Latin America Cosmetic Isoparaffins Consumption by Country
4.5.2 Mexico
4.5.3 Brazil

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5 Segment by Type
5.1 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production Market Share by Type (2017-2023)
5.2 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Revenue Market Share by Type (2017-2023)
5.3 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Price by Type (2017-2023)
6 Segment by Application
6.1 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production Market Share by Application (2017-2023)
6.2 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Revenue Market Share by Application (2017-2023)
6.3 Global Cosmetic Isoparaffins Price by Application (2017-2023)

7 Key Companies Profiled
7.1 Company
7.1.1 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Corporation Information
7.1.2 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Product Portfolio
7.1. CCosmetic Isoparaffins Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2017-2023)
7.1.4 Company’s Main Business and Markets Served
7.1.5 Company’s recent Developments/Updates

8 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Manufacturing Cost Analysis
8.1 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Key Raw Materials Analysis
8.1.1 Key Raw Materials
8.1.2 Key Suppliers of Raw Materials
8.2 Proportion of Manufacturing Cost Structure
8.3 Manufacturing Process Analysis of Cosmetic Isoparaffins
8.4 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Industrial Chain Analysis

9 Marketing Channel, Distributors and Customers
9.1 Marketing Channel
9.2 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Distributors List
9.3 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Customers

10 Market Dynamics
10.1 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Industry Trends
10.2 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Market Drivers
10.3 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Market Challenges
10.4 Cosmetic Isoparaffins Market Restraints

11 Production and Supply Forecast
11.1 Global Forecasted Production of Cosmetic Isoparaffins by Region (2023-2028)
11.2 North America Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production, Revenue Forecast (2023-2028)
11.3 Europe Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production, Revenue Forecast (2023-2028)
11.4 China Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production, Revenue Forecast (2023-2028)
11.5 Japan Cosmetic Isoparaffins Production, Revenue Forecast (2023-2028)

12 Consumption and Demand Forecast
12.1 Global Forecasted Demand Analysis of Cosmetic Isoparaffins
12.2 North America Forecasted Consumption of Cosmetic Isoparaffins by Country
12.3 Europe Market Forecasted Consumption of Cosmetic Isoparaffins by Country
12.4 Asia Pacific Market Forecasted Consumption of Cosmetic Isoparaffins by Region
12.5 Latin America Forecasted Consumption of Cosmetic Isoparaffins by Country

13 Forecast by Type and by Application (2023-2028)
13.1 Global Production, Revenue and Price Forecast by Type (2023-2028)
13.1.1 Global Forecasted Production of Cosmetic Isoparaffins by Type (2023-2028)
13.1.2 Global Forecasted Revenue of Cosmetic Isoparaffins by Type (2023-2028)
13.1.3 Global Forecasted Price of Cosmetic Isoparaffins by Type (2023-2028)
13.2 Global Forecasted Consumption of Cosmetic Isoparaffins by Application (2023-2028)
13.2.1 Global Forecasted Production of Cosmetic Isoparaffins by Application (2023-2028)
13.2.2 Global Forecasted Revenue of Cosmetic Isoparaffins by Application (2023-2028)
13.2.3 Global Forecasted Price of Cosmetic Isoparaffins by Application (2023-2028)

14 Research Finding and Conclusion

15 Methodology and Data Source
15.1 Methodology/Research Approach
15.1.1 Research Programs/Design
15.1.2 Market Size Estimation
15.1.3 Market Breakdown and Data Triangulation
15.2 Data Source
15.2.1 Secondary Sources
15.2.2 Primary Sources
15.3 Author List
15.4 Disclaimer


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