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Washington, DC Bridges the Solar Gap

Warren Leon The District of Columbia has enjoyed 15 years of strong economic growth. But prosperity is spread unevenly across the nation’s capital. Calling Washington “an increasingly two...

Cronimet / THEnergy study: In solar for mines size does not always matter - Reducing CAPEX with energy efficiency and load shifting

Dr. Thomas Hillig Munich, September 2015. Mining companies are constantly gaining interest in solar solutions because frequently solar energy is more cost competitive than conventional energy solutions &nd...

Shedding Some Light on a Taxing Situation for Community-Shared Solar

Nate Hausman For renters and for property owners with inadequate roof space, the many benefits of solar electricity may seem out of reach. About half of all households and businesses in the U.S. are n...

Transitioning to Net-Zero Living

Sarah Lozanova Judith and Jeffrey adore living in Belfast, Maine – a quaint harbor town of Belfast, Maine. They previously resided in a large seaside home on Penobscot Bay, where Little River form...

The True Cost of Electric Vehicles in Australia

JT Ripton In order to avoid increased congestion, further greenhouse warming and lessen Australia’s reliance on imported fossil fuels, a broader mobility strategy is necessary. Electric vehic...

Appalachian's Energy Center assists counties with landfill gas to energy projects

Janet Miller Activity supported with Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation funding BOONE—The Appalachian Energy Center at Appalachian State University recently completed a project that began in 2005 to ...

We’re Going to Need a Bigger Team

August 26, 2015 When Hillary Clinton made her ambitious plan to install more than a half billion solar panels—about 140 GW of solar—my ears perked up. My first thought was, “Wow.”... Tony Clifford - Standard Solar Inc

Oregon Expands Opportunities for Small Hydropower

Warren Leon Oregon is well endowed with hydropower resources, which provide about half of the state’s electricity. Most of this energy comes from large dams on the Columbia and Willamette river...

Windset Farms Harvests the Sun and Saves Thousands of Dollars in Energy Costs with Solar

August 25, 2015 An ever-growing number of U.S. farmers and agribusiness owners have decided to integrate solar power systems into their operations. This movement has been fueled by a combination of fact... REC Solar

5 Reasons Utilities Are Hating on Their Solar-Producing Customers

John Farrell It seems crazy that electric companies would have anything against customers that spend their own money to reduce their energy use with clean, local solar power. But any number of utiliti...

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