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ValueLabs today announced the successful commissioning of its 13 MW solar power plants from March this year.
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Special ATMs would make it easier for people to pay their Modesto Irrigation District bills, says a proposal going before MID leaders Tuesday morning.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jack Hatch criticized Gov. Terry Branstad on Monday for giving up a $1 million solar energy grant, saying the governor is letting powerful utility companies write his energy policy.
Quick, start naming the top 10 states in the country for producing solar power. Florida would be an accurate first choice, and then most people would round out their guesses by continuing along the country's southern tier of states.
Westminster is joining other communities in providing a way for residents to buy into solar energy without installing solar panels.
The structure - a layer of graphite flakes and an underlying carbon foam - is a porous, insulating material structure that floats on water.
The Kroger Co. has reduced energy use in its stores by 34.6 percent since 2000, saving more than 2.5 billion kilowatt hours .
This move means more solar power can be provided to the national power grid, according to the Energy Market Authority.
Mike G. DeSmog of the Ecologist reports over half of the new electrical generation capacity in the U.S. in 2013, came from Solar, in California and Texas are mainstreaming renewable energy.
Already locked in its third dry year, an ongoing drought could complicate California's battle against global warming and make it more expensive, officials said.
Until recent years, going solar was reserved to homeowners who could afford or secure funding to cover the hefty upfront cost of the equipment and installation.
Germany is now the target of a PR-assault - one that is taking aim at its plans to expand its renewable energy portfolio using government's levers.
Free exhibit teaches about solar energy The University of Tennessee's new solar farm exhibit helps teach about using the sun to create power.
Things are looking up for a family living in a Habitat for Humanity home in West Charlotte.
It's important for the government of Guam to do much more to reduce its use of oil-powered electricity by incorporating alternative energy sources for its facilities, and more government of Guam agencies should follow in the footsteps of the University of Guam and Guam Community College in using solar energy to control power costs.
It is also significant that the announcement will be made in North Myrtle Beach because it recognizes the work the city and the North Shore Wind Team have done to position North Myrtle Beach as the logical place for transmission lines from the farms to move into the landbound power grid.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 04:44 am
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