By Guest Author on August 15, 2012
In the last few years, new creative models of solar ownership such as “solar gardens” have started appearing all over the country.
By Timothy Hurst on July 14, 2012
“It’s not a matter of opinion, it’s a matter of fact that the globe is warming,” said the Republican statesman.
By Michael Brune on September 14, 2011
Sierra Club’s Michael Brune argues that the whole “jobs versus environment/public health” argument is nothing but a rhetorical crutch for polluters.
Greece To Export Solar Power to Germany, Cover Strip-Mines With Largest Photovoltaic Array In The World
By Allison Leahy on August 29, 2011
Project Helios is a solar energy exchange initiative with the potential to bail Greece out of economic crisis and solve much of Germany’s energy woes. The 20 billion euro (US $29 billion) concept was cast in a meeting between Germany’s Deputy Economy Minister Stefan Kapferer and Greek ministers of fiance, development, energy, and the environment.
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By Joe Mohr on March 31, 2011
Back in February 2010, Greenpeace called on Facebook to unfriend coal and embrace renewables to power their massive data centers, giving them a deadline of April 22 (Earth Day) of this year.
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