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A cooperative in New Mexico is connecting customers to affordable solar energy and reliable Internet service.
Congress passes $1T infrastructure bill – but how does the government go about spending that much money?
The infrastructure bill is the largest investment in the nation’s infrastructure in decades. So how does the government go about spending all that money?
Homes with Broadband and Solar PV The number of homes with BOTH broadband and solar PV doubled in the last two years as the number of broadband households that have adopted rooftop solar PV panels grew to 4 percent cross nation by the end of 2015. In addition to this growth, seven percent of U.S. broadband households said they plan to purchase solar panels in the next 12 months, according to new research from Parks Associates, an industry consultancy firm. According to Parks Associates, consumers are interested in taking an active role in the distributed electricity grid with 40 percent of United States broadband households showing a growing interest in the ability to manage and monitor their electricity usage, store unused electricity and sell it back to the grid. However, the enthusiasm for investing in solar and storage is not excluding the same consumers’ interest in alternative renewables solutions, as a similar percentage of U.S. broadband households seemingly interested in buying a wind turbine or interested in an electric vehicle, with viable options for electric vehicles far more readily available than small wind generation for each individual households. Solar Panels and Energy Storage Even so, the growing interest in rooftop solar PV indicates that energy consumers have become much more aware of solar energy and interested in different ways to integrate it into their households, preferring to buy or borrow towards the panels rather than entering leasing arrangements as the less popular choice across the board for home energy solutions, including the financing of solar panels and energy storage. Consumers seem increasingly interested in solar as a packaged offering, particularly with their existing electricity bill. To take advantage of combined packaged offerings, some utilities are launching their own rooftop solar businesses while independent solar providers are providing additional offerings, such as smart thermostats, battery storage products and internet services. Palmetto Solar, Charleston, SC - GoPalmettoSolar.com
Kyocera Solar, Inc. and TESSCO Technologies Inc., yesterday announced the launch of a new web-based selection method for purchasing pre-sized Kyocera solar power systems for broadband and SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) applications.
In this episode, Christopher Mitchell, the director of ILSR’s Community Broadband Networks initiative, interviews Hannah Trostle and Karlee Weinmann, Research Associates for the Community Broadband Networks and Energy Democracy initiatives, respectively.
Two energy and technology companies in the United States have joined forces to offer both green power and high-speed wireless internet access.
On December 13-14, 2011, a partnered team from Illinois Institute of Technology, Green Wifi, and Inveneo worked together to bring solar-powered Internet connectivity to the EFACAP school in Lascahobas, Haiti. Thanks to funding from an Internet Society Community grant, this team first established a long distance Internet connection to the school, and then set up point-to-multipoint WiFi hotspots across the […]
Emcore Corporation, a provider of semiconductor-based components and subsystems for the broadband, fiber-optic, satellite and terrestrial solar power markets, announced that it entered into two supply agreements for solar cell receivers in June 2008 with a total value of approximately US $29 million.
Electric customers in Maine, who are fed up with lousy utility service, can use a ballot initiative to take back their power.
Remote San Diego Native American artwork is famous for celebrating the celestial bodies. Now the skies are talking back to residents of some of the remote reservations.