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A study published in the current issue of Solar Energy shows that Connecticut could generate more than a third of the state’s annual electricity consumption with solar canopies built over large, existing parking lots.
June 9, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] Evergreen Solar is the recipient of the 13th Worcester Business Journal’s 2003 Environmental Award for making advancements in solar energy. Formed in 1994, Evergreen Solar is the only solar PV manufacturer among the five companies being honored by the Worcester Business Journal. According to Rex D’Agostino, Evergreen Solar’s vice president for Marketing and Sales, since its […]
There's a saying in Journalism: "When your mother tells you she loves you, check it out."
March 27, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] Never again can our addiction to foreign oil put soldiers at risk, the Internet journal TomPaine.com, said in its recent Op Ad in The New York Times. The ad begins: “American troops are fighting in Iraq for many reasons. But face it — if foreign oil wasn’t so important to us, Saddam wouldn’t be, either….” It […]
The Wall Street Journal published an alarmist piece yesterday depicting California's electrical grid as the victim of a 'looming crisis' brought on by the state's 'growing reliance' on wind and solar.
Advanced, next-generation biofuels, chemicals and materials are on the march, say the supporters. Next-generation biofuels are a debacle, according to a chorus of skeptics including the editorial page writers of the Wall Street Journal.
An op-ed entitled “The World Has Plenty of Oil” by Nansen Saleri appeared in the Wall Street Journal on March 4, 2008.
Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund and Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp. both said they’re continuing to collaborate on solar energy plans after the Wall Street Journal said their $200 billion development was put on hold.
Green Car Journal, a new auto enthusiast publication that takes environmental performance into account, was honored with seven International Automotive Media Awards, including Silver for Best Magazine Design and Bronze for Best Single Issue. Launched in May 2003, the consumer magazine is a follow-on to the monthly Green Car Newsletter, which was awarded Gold for Best Newsletter by IAMA, began publication in January 1992. Both publications focus on hybrid, electric, and fuel cell vehicles; hydrogen, ethanol, natural gas, LPG, and low sulfur hydrocarbon fuels; and technologies such as electric and fuel cell power plants, advanced gasoline engines, and clean diesel.
Residential PACE (R-PACE) has been the best financing solution for the roughly 160,000 homeowners who have used it for energy, water, and safety related projects that they wanted or needed to make; projects that made their homes more comfortable, healthier, safer, less expensive to heat and cool, and more valuable.