The solar industry continues to gather steam in Colorado, even as many subsidies have been changed or reduced.
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Renewable energy could fully power a large electric grid 99.9 percent of the time by 2030 at costs comparable to today's electricity expenses, according to new research by the University of Delaware and Delaware Technical Community College.
For decades, there's been a lot of buzz going around regarding the lack of funding in schools across the U.S. All too often, especially in today's volatile economic environment, education budgets are viewed as more of a burden to the overall government budget rather than an important investment in tomorrow's leaders. As a result, programs in early childhood education continue to be cut more and more due to a lack of funding.
We don’t think much about pitch pine poles until storms like Hurricane Sandy litter our landscape with their splintered corpses and arcing power lines.
It seems that nearly weekly we hear more good news on the solar energy front. Today, the Solar Energy Industries Association and GTM Research released their Solar Market Insight Report for Q3 2012, with a summary of accomplishments year to date. The progress is impressive and would have been unimaginable just five years ago. Furthermore, the growth is expected to continue for the next several years, jumping from 3.2 GW in 2012 to 7.8 GW by 2015. Some highlights from the report:
Solar power has many Vermont companies rethinking energy consumption. Installing energy efficient lights is one thing, but large rooftop solar panels are quite another undertaking.
Solar is the energy source of the future - a safe, clean and unlimited supply of power from the sun that has the potential to replace fossil fuels and their associated problems, be they political and diplomatic turmoil, or ecological degradation.
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President Obama traveled here to the Nevada desert Wednesday to highlight the future of solar energy ? and ridicule Republicans for trimming back federal funding to develop it.
Reporting from Washington and Los Angeles - Ratcheting up the battle over a vital energy industry, the U.S. Commerce Department decided to impose tariffs on solar panels imported from China after concluding that manufacturers there received illegal government subsidies.