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Can the U.S. Match Germany's Energy Revolution?

November 26 -- From a block away, the house was hardly visible, hidden by a dense stand of native mesquite and palo verde trees and tall clumps of prickly pear cactus. Close up, you could see the concrete block structure, built a half century ago when acres of citrus groves were broken into parcels and replaced by homes. >>View Article 

Advanced Energy Means Growth for Arkansas

November 26 -- Now that we know who will be working from the White House, Capitol Hill and the state Capitol for the next few years, it’s time to set priorities concerning what they can do for Arkansas — and, especially — for our state’s economy. >>View Article 

Biofuels Yield Military, Economic Dividends

November 26 -- Every day around the world, technologies that are developed by the military help our troops carry out missions that keep America safe. But beyond strengthening our national security and giving Americans peace of mind, military investments in technology yield another dividend — economic growth. And a new report from Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) shows just how big that growth can be. >>View Blog Post

Could Going Solar Save Teacher Salaries?

November 20 -- It seems counterintuitive that shelling out for a large capital expense may give a school more money to pay teachers, but that’s what’s happening at a number of California schools. With their budgets continuously slashed, California schools have had to get creative to find ways to keep teachers. >>View Article 

Clemson-Carolina Football Game To Be ‘Green-Powered’

November 20 -- Whether they chant C-L-E-M-S-O-N or GAME-COCKS, fans at this year’s Clemson-Carolina rivalry game will be able to chant one cheer together: G-R-E-E-N. That’s because for the third year in a row, the famed University of South Carolina and Clemson University football game will be powered by 100 percent Santee Cooper Green Power. >>View Article 

US Military Invests In Sustainability

November 19 -- In an effort to enhance American security and address climate change, the U.S. military is diminishing its footprint. The military is producing cleaner power, reducing energy consumption, managing water and minimizing waste. Their efforts encompass vast numbers of vehicles, ships, planes, buildings, lands, and other facilities. >>View Article 

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