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August 22 -- Sometimes, it's a guilty pleasure to be able to say, "We told you so." But in this case, we're confirming a trend that is good news for American consumers, so we feel no guilt at all. >>View Article

August 20 -- A lot happens in America every four minutes. During that short time period, 30 babies are born, 4,080 McDonald's Big Macs are consumed, and 48,000 tons of CO2 are emitted. >>View Article

August 19 -- The Sunshine State has long been a solar energy laggard, trailing such gray-sky locales as Massachusetts and New Jersey. That might be about to change. >>View Article

Monday, 19 August 2013 14:33

For Better Air, More Wind And Solar

August 19 -- Philadelphia, we have a problem - an air-quality problem. Fortunately, we can all help solve that problem. >>View Article

August 19 -- Better weather and power forecasting has many benefits. Among the most financially significant is improving the economics of renewable from wind and solar energy as well as fostering integration with conventional sources such as hydro and fossil. >>View Article

August 14 -- If you want to understand why people so often compare deployment trends in solar photovoltaics (PV) to Moore's law in computing, consider this statistic: two-thirds of all solar PV capacity in place worldwide has been installed since January 2011. >>View Article

August 12 -- There is such thing as a green Tea Partyer. Over at the Huffington Post, Seth Shulman draws attention to a truly surprising thing that happened last month in Georgia: An all-Republican commission of state regulators voted to expand the use of solar power. >>View Article

August 12 -- You can’t see the wind. But you sure can see the positive effects it’s having in Kansas and other states when it comes to producing electricity. >>View Article

August 8 -- Tesla Motors Inc., the electric-car maker once written off by industry experts, is making its mark on the car market, attracting increasing attention from analysts and investors–and appears to be in for the long haul. >>View Article

Friday, 26 July 2013 18:54

States Take A Shine To Solar Energy

July 26 -- The USA has tripled its solar-power-generating capacity since 2010 and increased it tenfold since 2007, according to a new report from the non-profit advocacy group Environment America. >>View Article

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