Renewable Energy Blogs

Chris Meehan - April 27, 2015

Vivint Solar Chooses SolarEdge as Inverter Partner

Vivint Solar has partnered with SolarEdge as its inverter supplier for its residential solar installations. SolarEdge makes inverters and power optimizers, which Vivint Solar will use...

SUNRNR of Virginia, Inc. - April 27, 2015

Discussing the Importance of Export Trade Partnerships in Washington DC and Beyond

I recently had the great honor of being one of nine small business principals invited by the White House Business Council to attend a briefing with senior Administration officials including...

Alicia Hobbs - April 27, 2015

Five Energy Efficient Life Hacks

Summer is coming up fast. The big blockbusters, huge amounts of ice cream, and astronomical energy bills. Summer energy prices can be a bigger killer than the shark from Jaws, only...

Andrew Savage - April 27, 2015

Is Standardized Permitting Solar's Next Big Industry Breakthrough?

Cutting costs has been the key to solar’s rapid expansion this decade.  The lion’s share of cost reductions in the solar industry has come from reductions in module prices.  The $4...

EEFG / SellingEnergy.com - April 27, 2015

Bag The Elephant

    Those of you who have sold efficiency products or solutions to large companies know the significant effect it can have on your own company’s bottom line. A single, large contract...

Janet Kilpatrick - April 25, 2015

New ENER-G biogas CHP technology warms up cash returns on small scale anaerobic digestion

ENER-G has turned up the heat on the anaerobic digestion market by launching a new sub 200kwth CHP unit that maximises financial returns on both the highest rate Renewable Heat Incentive...

EEFG / SellingEnergy.com - April 25, 2015

Focus On The Good

    Do you ever feel anxious or stressed because you weren’t able to accomplish everything you had hoped to accomplish on a given day? Many of you are probably thinking to yourself,...

Chris Meehan - April 24, 2015

Solar to the Rescue for Water Desalination? Yeah Says MIT Group

As California suffers through another crippling drought people in the U.S. are again talking about desalinating water. Some of the folks over at MIT have just won an award for a desalinization...

Emily Hois - April 24, 2015

Arts Council Looks to Solar Energy to Make Art Available for All

From Amelia Earhart to Gandhi, fifth graders in Ellis County, Kansas dress as a famous figure of their choosing and present the impact their character has had on the world. The youth...

Diarmaid Williams - April 24, 2015

Represent Renewables: One Week Left to Enter PEI's EMEA Project of the Year Awards

Power Engineering International has launched the EMEA Projects of the Year, which will seek to highlight the best in power plant construction across Europe, the Middle East and Africa....

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