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Local energy resources have the potential to equitably distribute the benefits of clean energy in a way that provides jobs, resilience and savings to communities left out of our century-old electricity grid.
A collaboration between Fermata Energy, The Alliance Center, and Colorado CarShare has resulted in over $950 in savings on its electricity bills in just four months using one Fermata Energy 15-kW bidirectional charger and one Nissan LEAF.
There were signs of hope on issues such as stopping deforestation, cutting methane, ending coal use, and boosting zero-emissions vehicles. Now, those promises must be acted upon.
A cooperative in New Mexico is connecting customers to affordable solar energy and reliable Internet service.
How can we radically collaborate to make the right choices – and the right investment decisions – to mobilize global markets and accelerate the establishment of a sustainable, low-carbon economy?
In 1957, as Eisenhower began his second term as U.S. President, the first satellite launched into orbit and the first commercial nuclear reactor came online, electrical workers all over the country were installing the world's most advanced transmission and distribution (T&D) system. Today, much of that T&D system installed 50 years ago remains in place, holding together a patchwork grid for ever-expanding electricity markets.
From Carmanah's solar powered LED transit stops, to Solar Century's PV bus-stop shelters - solar powered technologies are weaving their way into the transportation fabric of the UK.
The 8.85-MW Croton hydro facility on the Muskegon River in Michigan has provided electricity to the city of Grand Rapids for 100 years.
Covering the cleantech industries for years, there are many companies and technologies that I think offer exciting solutions to our global warming and pollution crises. However, these days, not many new ones pop onto my radar and make me really sit up in my seat. EcoNation made me do so. What EcoNation is doing is innovative on several fronts. The energy […]
By Samantha Page of ThinkProgress.org In the basement garage of a high-end apartment building in the middle of New York City, a few electricians are quietly installing a century-old product that is now poised to revolutionize an industry — and maybe lead the United States into a carbon-neutral future. Taking up about two parking spaces is a wall of boxes. […]