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International Climate Change Report Invites Private Capital To Lead On Renewable Energy
Vol. 2 | Issue 23 | September 18, 2014
on 17 Sep 2014 by Michael Puttre email the content item print the content item
The Global Commission on the Economy and Climate has dropped a landmark report on its investigation into the effects of climate change and calls for nothing less than a radical [read more]
GlassPoint Seeks To Make CSP Economical By Bringing It Inside
Vol. 2 | Issue 22 | September 11, 2014
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There was a time not too long ago when concentrating solar power (CSP) technology was cheaper than solar photovoltaic systems. Back in 2006, when PV installed was $8/W to $12/W, [read more]
As Coal Dims, Solar Will Catch Fire... Eventually
Vol. 2 | Issue 21 | September 4, 2014
on 03 Sep 2014 by Michael Puttre email the content item print the content item
U.S. clean air regulations seem to be building toward the decline and fall of the coal-fired electricity industry in the U.S. The Clean Air Interstate Rule (CAIR), which became effective [read more]
Massachusetts Pushes Solar Ownership With Loan Program
Vol. 2 | Issue 20 | August 28, 2014
on 27 Aug 2014 by Nora Caley email the content item print the content item
Homeowners who wish to install solar on their rooftops need money, so they should be able to borrow those funds from their local banks. That's the general idea behind a [read more]
Open-Source PVMapper Tool A Cure For The Not-In-My-Backyard Blues
Vol. 2 | Issue 19 | August 21, 2014
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Wouldn't it be nice to have a map of all the backyards people don't want your proposed solar project in? Working under a $2.8 million grant from the U.S. Department [read more]
Research And Patents Predict A Solar-Powered World That Is Closer Than You Think
Vol. 2 | Issue 18 | August 14, 2014
on 13 Aug 2014 by Michael Puttre email the content item print the content item
Many governments around the world use some variation of the "20-20-20" framework for setting renewable energy and efficiency targets. Such a framework, pioneered by the European Union, consists of rules [read more]
Conditions And Capital Seem Ready For U.S. PV Manufacturing
Vol. 2 | Issue 17 | August 7, 2014
on 06 Aug 2014 by Nora Caley email the content item print the content item
Recently, some photovoltaic manufacturers announced plans to produce cells, panels and silicon wafers in the U.S. The solar companies point to various reasons for adding domestic manufacturing to their overseas [read more]
NREL Banking Group Sheds Sunlight On Residential Solar Financing
Vol. 2 | Issue 16 | July 31, 2014
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If it seems obvious that solar projects run on money, how solar business can put potential customers in touch with money is not always so clear. This is particularly true [read more]
Massachusetts Boy Scout Council Raises Funds And Awareness With 6 MW Solar Array
Vol. 2 | Issue 15 | July 24, 2014
on 23 Jul 2014 by Michael Puttre email the content item print the content item
Founded in 1925, the Treasure Valley Scout Reservation is a 1,600-acre woodland camp in bucolic Rutland, Mass., that offers over 70 miles of trails through a variety of ecosystems and [read more]
The Top Five Job Sectors To Benefit From The EPA's Proposed Clean Power Plan
Vol. 2 | Issue 14 | July 17, 2014
on 16 Jul 2014 by Camille H. Davis email the content item print the content item
On June 2, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as part of President Obama's Climate Action Plan, proposed an initial set of rules to cut carbon dioxide emissions from existing [read more]
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