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Solar-Hybrid Covers Remote Landfill Needs

Solar-Hybrid Covers Remote Landfill Needs

When the operators of the Grey Wolf landfill outside Prescott Arizona grew frustrated spending US$8000 a month to run three large diesel generators to power the facility - along with the inherent risk of fuel spills - they didn't immediately consider using solar power to address their needs.
Wave and Tidal Sector Needs Government Investment, Says RenewableUK

Wave and Tidal Sector Needs Government Investment, Says RenewableUK

Green energy advocate RenewableUK says the United Kingdom and Scotland must increase their investments in wave and tidal power in order for the energy sector to ever reach its full potential, according to a recent release.
Marketing from the Ground Up: An Introspection from Solar Executives

Marketing from the Ground Up: An Introspection from Solar Executives

The international energy crisis is a frustrating conundrum. When I took a course on climate change during my senior year at Penn State, Professor Brown said something that simultaneously gave me feelings of hope and despair: "We currently possess all the technology needed to overcome climate change, the challenge to overcome lies in the political sphere."
Rocket Trike and the Green Hornet

Rocket Trike and the Green Hornet

Started the day in St. Louis by getting lost on the way to the Fox News studio (not recommended on a rocket trike in early morning traffic), but with a little navigational help from Dave at the studio, finally made my way there (thanks, Dave). Did a really fun 3-minute piece with Fox2 News’ Tim Ezell on his 9:00am show:     […]
Microgrids Missing from the UN’s Sustainable Energy for All Initiative

Microgrids Missing from the UN’s Sustainable Energy for All Initiative

Emerging economies, especially India, desperately need a novel, suitable electricity solution; alas, what exists is a hundred years old and unsuited for our times. This situation is frustrating because affordable, clean, 100 percent electrification, technologically speaking, is at hand yet no one has stepped forward to lead.
Bush Should Look To Texas If He Doesn’t Want the Nation To Become California

Bush Should Look To Texas If He Doesn’t Want the Nation To Become California

Texas is beginning to look more and more like California. That might sound good to folks like me living here on the Left Coast, but for the Bush Administration touting the concept of electricity deregulation as the solution to our power supply woes, what is going on in our president's home state is proving that the devil is always in the details. Putting oil and chemical companies ahead of ordinary consumers is never a good idea, even in Texas.
What Happens When Solar Installers Get Frustrated with Loan Options?

What Happens When Solar Installers Get Frustrated with Loan Options?

Listen to Blake Jones and Aaron James discuss solar loans and the decisions consumers are making about financing today, new financing options and services, and the question of transparency in the solar loans market.
Challenges in East Africa Hindering Independent Power Producers

Challenges in East Africa Hindering Independent Power Producers

Although a number of independent power producers have made a foray into East Africa’s renewable energy market, they still face challenges that governments in the region need to address to ensure the fast deployment of clean energy technologies.
Challenge of Local Content in Renewable Energy Projects in Africa

Challenge of Local Content in Renewable Energy Projects in Africa

South Africa and Kenya are some of the African countries that currently are at various levels of implementing local content regulations on renewable energy projects. An expert has called for a review of the approach used in enforcing the new laws, which would ensure more utilization of local labor and manufactured products.
Which Energy Products Are Capturing the Interest of Solar Buyers?

Which Energy Products Are Capturing the Interest of Solar Buyers?

A majority of people in the U.S. who are shopping for solar are also thinking about energy storage products and services, according to a new report from online solar marketplace EnergySage.