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Build Louisiana Back Resilient

Build Louisiana Back Resilient

Like Hurricane Katrina and numerous storms before it, Hurricane Ida demolished Louisiana’s outdated, fossil-fuel dependent energy system. It’s time for Louisiana leadership to prioritize resilient solutions over continued fossil-fuel investment.
Will New York City’s largest buildings meet emissions reduction limits by 2024?

Will New York City’s largest buildings meet emissions reduction limits by 2024?

Property-owners prepare to comply with ambitious laws to cut carbon as compliance dates loom.
Isofoton CEO: U.S. PV Market Requires Patience

Isofoton CEO: U.S. PV Market Requires Patience

EDITOR'S NOTE: At this year's American Solar Energy Society (ASES) annual solar energy conference, "Solar 2004", Jim Callihan, SolarAccess.com's President and CEO, had a chance to catch up with Javier Gorbena, CEO and President of Isofoton, Spain's largest photovoltaic cell and module manufacturer. While Isofoton initiated a slow trickle of solar PV over to the United States this year, the U.S. market is far from robust, thus deflecting sales and attention to other markets overseas. Callihan's conversation with Gorbena offers insight into the complicated relationship between solar PV supply and competing markets throughout the world.
Hospital Purchases 100% Renewable Energy

Hospital Purchases 100% Renewable Energy

York Hospital will begin purchasing 100 percent of its electricity from Maine renewable sources as part of a commitment to creating environmentally healthy surroundings for patients, staff and communities.
World’s largest hospital solar PV project online now in Amman, Jordan

World’s largest hospital solar PV project online now in Amman, Jordan

This week Aman, Jordan-based Philadelphia Solar announced that the 8.2-MW solar PV project that it installed at the Abdali Medical Center in Jordan has entered commercial operation.
Donauer Solartechnik supports health centre in Gambia

Donauer Solartechnik supports health centre in Gambia

Donauer Solartechnik donated a grid-independent photovoltaic system to the association, plus a solar powered pump for a deep-water well.
Former NH Governor Calls for Funding for Renewables

Former NH Governor Calls for Funding for Renewables

Jeanne Shaheen, the former Governor of New Hampshire is asking Washington lawmakers to take back some of the subsidies received by the oil and gas industry and invest them in renewable energy. Shaheen said the recent energy bill was weak and benefits big oil while harming emerging green and renewable technologies. She is also running for the U.S. Senate and held a news conference in Nashua, NH to talk about her plans for energy policy.
New Energy and the Long Run

New Energy and the Long Run

The Tea Partiers are a pain to some but they are making all that noise for a reason. A successful 1950s movie director used to say he thought about film critics as patients and himself as the doctor. They were telling him they had a pain (in the movie) and his job was to diagnose. He said they often were […]
Cost Cutting: Is QBotix the BOS Innovation Solar Needs?

Cost Cutting: Is QBotix the BOS Innovation Solar Needs?

It's an ongoing debate: Some experts believe that the solar industry will progress with efficiency improvements, while other think completely new technology is the answer. Wasiq Bokhari is on team technology. He is the CEO and founder of QBotix – a company touting a new tracking innovation that Bokhari believes can significantly increase margins and allow for easier installation and increased deployment.
Quebec Doctors to Promote Clean Air

Quebec Doctors to Promote Clean Air

A coalition of medical associations in Quebec will work with the David Suzuki Foundation to increase public awareness of the health effects of air pollution and global warming.