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New Cathedral Goes Solar

New Cathedral Goes Solar

August 16, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] Several religious leaders and local politicians joined together in the unveiling of a 66kW solar system at the new Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles on August 15. The event also served as the official kick-off for the interfaith Green Eternal Light Program in churches, synagogues and mosques throughout the city. The […]
Coalition Urges Action on Climate Change

Coalition Urges Action on Climate Change

A coalition of community leaders has urged U.S. politicians to slow its contribution toward global warming.
Wind Power Graces Religious Conference

Wind Power Graces Religious Conference

October 17, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] Demonstrating what they call an inseparable link between faith and the environment, the United Church of Christ is offsetting 100 percent of the electricity consumed during its 2003 Annual Meeting at the Saxe Middle School, in New Canaan, Connecticut October 17 to 19. Working with EAD Environmental, a New York-based marketer of renewable energy certificates and […]
Episcopal Churches Sign Up with Green Mountain Energy

Episcopal Churches Sign Up with Green Mountain Energy

Government has failed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and religious groups must take a leadership role in adopting renewable energy, according to a church group in California.
Million Solar Roofs Campaign, SB 1, Update

Million Solar Roofs Campaign, SB 1, Update

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] The state Assembly’s eleven member Utilities & Commerce committee will vote today on the Million Solar Roofs bill, SB 1 (Murray/Campbell/Levine) during a regularly scheduled hearing beginning at 2:00 in Room 437 of the state capitol. Last week, more than fifty solar power supporters, including leaders of religious and environmental organizations, packed the room at a special informational hearing […]
Clinton Global Initiative Features Renewable Energy Components

Clinton Global Initiative Features Renewable Energy Components

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Former President Bill Clinton opened the Clinton Global Initiative last week, welcoming participants and seeking solutions to the four issues that plague modern society: poverty, religious strife, climate change, and governance. One of the four is the commitment for a Carbon Neutral Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), designed to mitigate climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions through carbon financing […]
Religious Leaders Call for Conservation and Renewable Energy

Religious Leaders Call for Conservation and Renewable Energy

In an effort to encourage the U.S. Senate to preserve "God's creation and God's children," 1,200 religious leaders have sent a letter to every U.S. Senator with specific proposals for energy conservation, fuel efficiency and alternative energy development.
EcoEnergies Helps Congregation Go Solar

EcoEnergies Helps Congregation Go Solar

EcoEnergies, Inc. has completed the installation of a 10 kW solar electric system for Congregation Shir Hadash, in Los Gatos, California. This is the first known large PV system installed on a Synagogue in the western United States.
Indian Solar Company Wins Green Oscar

Indian Solar Company Wins Green Oscar

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] India’s Selco Solar Light Private Ltd was recently recognized with an international Green Oscar for installing 38,000 solar home systems in Bangalore in ten years. The awards carry a price award of over GBP 200,000 (USD$ 350,000). After studying in the U.S., entrepreneur Harish Hande helped Selco with new financing mechanisms to help the rural poor in India have […]
National Interfaith Network Supports Cape Wind Farm

National Interfaith Network Supports Cape Wind Farm

In a letter to the Army Corps of Engineers, Rev. Fred Small, Co-chair of Religious Witness for the Earth (RWE), called for a "full, fair and rigorous permit review" of the Cape Wind project while noting that a moratorium on the permitting process would create a "delay [that] would place our children at risk".