A solar energy array now working at Jefferson County International Airport makes the small airfield the only airport in the state with operational reliance on solar power.
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As the federal government promotes energy efficiency but faces declining budgets, contractors are expecting a greater focus on contracts that reward them based on the energy savings they provide.
A frustrated state senator is taking his proposal to allow third parties to provide solar power to Georgia homes, businesses and other buildings to another committee on Thursday after he says the bill spent two weeks languishing on purpose.
DuPont, the global chemicals giant, has decided to focus on solar energy as one of the major areas of growth.
The creators of the iPad, iPhone, and iPod are going to be building America's largest end-user-owned, onsite solar array at their North Carolina data center.