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UCSD Plans To Amp Up Its Solar Power

San Diego-based Sullivan Solar Power is installing an additional 784,000 watts of solar power on the UC San Diego campus, bringing the campus’s total solar power generation capacity to 3 million watts. The university estimates the new project will save an additional $2 million over the next 20 years … Meanwhile, UC San Diego has been named one of the nation’s best schools for surfing, as if we didn’t know this already. The beachfront campus took the No. 2 spot in The Surf Channel’s list of top 10 universities for surfers. Point Loma Nazarene University was ranked No. 5 by the news outlet, while California State University San Marcos was ranked No. 9. UC Santa Cruz was ranked No. 1 … A team of MBA students from San Diego State University recently crushed all comers, including fellow students from UC San Diego and the University of San Diego, in the local round of the annual ACG Cup sponsored by the Chicago-based Association for Corporate Growth. This is a member organization that represents professionals in corporate growth, corporate development and mergers and acquisitions. The SDSU team moves on to compete in the regional title set for March 12 in Torrance at the Toyota USA Automobile Museum. The event features students working in groups in the annual case study competition … And speaking of entrepreneurs of a lesser age, students at Lutheran High School of San Diego are taking a step beyond the typical classroom setting with the launch of ServiTech, an IT consulting firm. The student-run startup provides real-world experiences in technology and entrepreneurship, according to a school spokesperson. The students designed, built and now manage their own enterprise network operations center along with a support center help desk, which supports more than 1000 desktops and 500 mobile devices … County Supervisor Ron Roberts has issued the first of those “A, B, C graded” cards to traveling gourmet food trucks, which have become so popular in recent years. Roberts notes that San Diego becomes among the first to extend the grading system to cover the fast-growing mobile gourmet food industry … Finally. This bit of after-hours news for the culturally inclined. The Bach Collegium presents Handel’s “Messiah” just in time for the Easter season, with its first complete performances of this classic since 2007. The famous oratorio, which the group says combines the best of Italian opera with the immediacy of the church’s liturgy, will be sung at three venues on March 15, 16 and 17. Check the website at bachcollegiumsd.org for times and places, as well as ticket information. Till next week!

Tom York is contributing editor of the San Diego Business Journal. If you have interesting tidbits or news worthy ephemera, send them to tyork@sdbj.com or tom.york@gmail.com.

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