It won’t come as a shock to anyone living in Oregon’s Willamette Valley to hear that the region has a reputation for being a soggy stretch of territory.
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Green technology came up a few times in President Obama’s State of the Union speech Tuesday — particularly the use of solar and wind energy.
The use of residential solar panels is heating up because of leasing programs that let homeowners install the equipment without putting down a lot of cash upfront.
Solar is popular in Arizona, and a new survey shows that opinion isn’t waning.
Rhone Resch, president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association today released the following statement in response to President Obama’s State of the Union Address to Congress:
In an effort to be green and get green, the Jefferson Township school district is investigating the possibility of bringing privately funded solar energy to the district that would also provide revenue for projects on the district’s wish list.
On March 1, I shared a great post on the newly proposed Clean Energy Standard Act of 2012. Two months and one day later, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) released a report on an analysis of the Clean Energy Standard Act. The general conclusions are presented in the following EIA post.
Retail giant Walmart said it plans to install solar panels on top of about half of its roughly 50 Massachusetts stores as early as August as part of an expansion of solar power in the state.
The market that New Jersey officials set up to subsidize solar energy needs a rescue or there will be disastrous layoffs in the industry, business leaders, politicians and regulators say.
The township is putting the finishing touches on a solar panel array designed to power almost all of the Branchburg municipal building on Route 202 — a project officials say could drop energy costs by at least $5,000 a month.