SolarCity Introduces Energy Explorer to Make Energy Efficiency Simple and Free for Every Residential Solar Customer
With a single click, Energy Explorer performs 100 million calculations to pinpoint causes of energy loss, rank improvements and order upgrades
Highlights the role of policy at the state, federal, and regulatory level in unlocking record levels of private capital in the industry during the past decade.
Today, climate change is a real and growing threat to America and the rest of the world.
Industry's First PLC-to-RS-485 Adapter Features Adjustable Baud Rate and Wideband Temperature Operation
Grant Will Aid in Services for Biotech and Cleantech Startups
Online Auctions Deliver Price Discovery and Savings Against Backdrop of Rising Wholesale Electricity Rates
Industry group urges TVA to reconfigure solar programs to meet market demand, retain workforce and enable clean, low cost energy in the Valley
Model Rules for Shared Renewable Energy Programs.
Electric vehicle batteries to account for 73% of advanced battery market by end of decade -----Lithium-ion batteries set to maintain market dominance
Conferences in Seoul, Shanghai, Taipei, and San Jose will provide new research, insight, and long-term forecasts for the solar photovoltaic industry.
East/west systems produce more constant levels of power throughout the day
Work in mobility innovation by EV charging leader in North America honored by sustainable parking association
Achieving ISO 14001 Certification underscores IMPCO's commitment to corporate social responsibility through the development and manufacture of environmentally conscious products and processes.
Alternate Energy, Inc., released a timeline of solar power history in Hawaii showing the adoption of solar panels over time, notable events in Hawaiian solar history and the unveiling of several notable solar panel arrays.
Outlining a new climate change plan on a warm day in Washington, President Obama said Tuesday his State Department should not sign off on the Keystone XL oil pipeline if it increases greenhouse gas emissions. "The national interest will be served only if the project does not significantly exacerbate the problem of carbon pollution," Obama said in a speech at Georgetown University. Keystone is not part of the climate change plan that Obama said includes new rules to restrict "the relentless dumping" of carbon pollution from power plants, as well as the promotion of renewable energy sources and new energy-efficiency standards. Warning that climate change threatens future generations, Obama told his college audience that "the question is not whether we need to act" because "the overwhelming judgement of science ... has put all that to rest." The question is whether the nation has "the courage to act before it is too late," the president said. Almost all of the president's plan involves executive actions that do not require congressional approval. Obama would have a difficult time getting climate change legislation through Congress, given a U.S. House run by Republicans and a Senate in which the GOP has enough members to mount effective filibusters. Republicans and members of the energy industry criticized Obama's climate change plan, saying it will lead to higher utility bills and less development of reliable energy.
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