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SolarCity Reports Profit for First Time

SolarCity, the California-based solar energy company that is building a solar panel manufacturing plant in South Buffalo with New York State help, said Wednesday that it earned a profit for the first time, as installations of new power systems soared by 77 percent in the third quarter. >>View Article 

Protecting Communities from Potential Impacts of Climate Change

Given recent international turmoil, climate change may seem like a second-tier priority. In fact, climate change may be accelerating instability in vulnerable areas of the world. There is a growing number of military, intelligence and security leaders who are expressing concern about climate change and weather events as a national security threat. The Pentagon recently released a 2014 Climate Change Adaptation Roadmap, which states that climate change poses an “immediate risk” to national security, and puts forth a strategy for addressing this risk across the military. >>View Article 

5 Reasons Chicago is a Clean Energy Powerhouse

Recently U.S. Department of Energy Assistant Secretary David Danielson visited Chicago and spoke at the new Chicago Innovation Exchange, a new tech incubator on Chicago's South Side. During Dr. Danielson's remarks, he declared Chicagoland an "emerging regional powerhouse" for clean energy. >>View Article 


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