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Marylanders Want More Solar, Wind Power

Marylanders really, really want to get more of their electricity from renewable sources like solar and wind, a new poll finds. Most also apparently back government mandates to make it happen, even if they have to pay a little more for their power. >>View Article 

The Benefits of Wind Energy in Colorado

Earlier this year, the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation reported that over 18,000 Coloradans were employed in the state's red-hot clean tech sector that has now grown to over 1,400 companies in the nine-county metro Denver area. >>View Article 

Climate Change Brings Great Challenges, Greater Economic Opportunity

Many of the world’s great improvements were made simply because they had to be made—often bringing great economic benefits with them. For example, in order for nations to survive, WWII led to an arms race which exponentially developed weapon technology, but also led to things like penicillin, and leaps in economic growth and industrialization. Similarly, the subsequent Cold War and Space Race brought great fear, but also the genesis of most computing and nanotechnology still bursting onto the market today. What’s so important to note about these struggles, is that our economy actually benefits from adaptation and has almost always rises to the challenge. >>View Article 

Stu Dalheim: A Cloud Over a Solar Investments

For years, Florida's electric power utilities have operated as regulated monopolies, giving power consumers little choice over where they get their electricity. When it comes to electric power, the state's utilities are the only game in town. That is one of the key reasons why Florida is one of the sunniest states in the nation, but fails to rank among the top 10 states for installed solar power capacity. >>View Article 


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