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Health Professionals Back Sustainable Energy

Health Professionals Back Sustainable Energy

A coalition of health professionals in the United States is urging the federal government to include sustainable energy in its new energy policy to be released this week.
The Solar C&I Sector: Making the Case for an Expanded ITC Marketplace

The Solar C&I Sector: Making the Case for an Expanded ITC Marketplace

Large solar projects do not seem to have a problem attracting tax credit equity. That is not the case for small commercial and industrial (C&I) projects. The tax credit equity marketplace is mostly comprised of large financial institutions that are considered to be widely-held C Corporations (WHCCs) for federal income tax purposes.
Ohio Utility-Scale Wind Farm Breaks Ground

Ohio Utility-Scale Wind Farm Breaks Ground

Green Mountain Energy Company, American Municipal Power-Ohio (AMP-Ohio) and the City of Bowling Green broke ground for the construction of two wind turbines in northwestern Ohio. The wind farm is expected to be completed and generating power by the end of the year. Tied to the electric grid through a Bowling Green Municipal Utilities substation, this will be the first utility size wind farm in the state.
Renewable Energy Rx for New Hampshire

Renewable Energy Rx for New Hampshire

New Hampshire health officials and Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR), a national public health organization will release a report tomorrow that concludes that clean power resources can improve the health of New Hampshire residents, by reducing asthma rates, dangerous mercury pollution and nuclear hazards.
Air Quality Controls Should Encourage Renewable Energy

Air Quality Controls Should Encourage Renewable Energy

The strong proliferation of diesel-fired generators is behind a California-wide campaign for tough state regulations against distributed energy sources that undermine public health.
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.
Is Ontario Blowing Its Chance to be an Offshore Wind Winner?

Is Ontario Blowing Its Chance to be an Offshore Wind Winner?

Why is Ontario intent on squandering its “first mover” advantage in the renewable energy field? Huge steps on developing offshore wind are being made globally and by our neighbours to the south and yet in Ontario we are, at best, stuck in neutral. Why are the Americans aggressively committing to new offshore projects on the east coast of the US […]
Is Access to Energy a Human Right?

Is Access to Energy a Human Right?

Just imagine taking your sick son or daughter to the hospital after dark and having the doctor examine the child by candlelight. Or walking 10 miles to the hospital for treatment after being bitten by a rabid dog and discovering that the vaccination you need is located an additional 100 miles away in a facility that can stock it because it has refrigerators.
Wind Power to Ease Failing Air Quality

Wind Power to Ease Failing Air Quality

The American Lung Association gave Barnstable County, a failing grade for having the worst air quality in the State of Massachusetts in a report released entitled, State Of The Air 2003.
‘Solar Homes’ Bill Passes Senate Committee

‘Solar Homes’ Bill Passes Senate Committee

If a new bill makes its way through the California legislature unscathed, developers building more than 25 homes at a time could be required to install a certain amount of solar photovoltaic (PV) power on some of the homes. During his successful bid for the governor's seat, Arnold Schwarzenegger indicated his support for similar measures, adding a little more weight to the bill's chance of success.