Green Power Blog Posts

John Davenport - July 07, 2014

June, 2014: Renewable Energy Stats and Trends

In June 2014, several companies and organizations  (ranging from BP to the International Renewable Energy Agency) have published comprehensive reports detailing various aspects of the...

Benjamin Falber - July 07, 2014

Demand For Upstate Wind Heightens As Rate Shock Hits Downstate New York

Co-written by Natara Feller New York’s new capacity zone (“NCZ”) conundrum discussed in an April 11, 2014 post, entitled: Hudson Valley & NYC Brace As Imminent Changes to New York’s...

Sophia Bush - July 06, 2014

Highly-Standardize Batteries for Express Convenience

Batteries of any kind matters to the preservation of renewable energies. Hence, we are referring to the ways of preservation of renewable energies here, including solar and wind energy....

Jana Lynch - July 03, 2014

The World Cup of Renewable Energy

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, or in a room without tv access (like me), you’ve probably seen one, or several world cup games in recent days. FIFA has been everywhere lately,...

IP Focus: U.S.P.T.O. Seeks Further Public Input on Its Patent-Eligibility Guidance

As previously reported here, the U.S.P.T.O. issued guidance to its examiners on how to apply the Supreme Court’s recent decisions in which certain diagnostic methods and isolated DNA...

Sophia Bush - July 02, 2014

Flying Inventions Spread Multiple Dreams

“Connecting the whole world will require inventing new technology too.” highlighted in a social media platform by Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder. Yes, the demand of communication...

Admirals Bank - July 02, 2014

Home Solar Installations: What can be financed?

As residential solar systems grow in popularity across the country, homeowners no longer view rooftop solar panels as a luxury item. Going solar is now widely associated with increased...

Nader Yarpezeshkan - July 02, 2014

Psychological Impact of New EPA Standards on the Renewable Energy Industry

In September 2013, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in line with President Obama’s Climate Action Plan, proposed clean air standards for new power plants. The standards...

Borrego Solar Systems, Inc. - July 02, 2014

Andover School “flips the switch” on PV Installation and Vocational Program

Congratulations to the Greater Lawrence Technical School (GLTS) for becoming the first 100% solar powered school in Massachusetts! On Tuesday July 1st, 2014, Superintendent John Lavoie...

GreenLancer.com - July 02, 2014

Heidelberg Project finds ‘Crowd Funded’ Solar Solution

Detroit, Michigan USA  The Heidelberg Project, a world famous ‘art neighborhood’ in Detroit, that is known for using street art to provoke thought, inspire action and heal communities...

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