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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 

Lincoln Center Turns to Solar Power to Provide Some of Its Bright Light

It still has the great views and the alarm. But in the last couple of weeks, the roof of the building at Lincoln Center that houses the Juilliard School and the School of American Ballet has had the look of a construction site. Heavy, slablike parts were hauled in. Electricians put in long hours running wires to control boxes. >>View Article 

Smart Energy Policy is a Win for the World

This is a battle we have to win. Unless we take decisive action, we are on course for a 7-degree rise in global temperatures that could have catastrophic consequences for future generations. >>View Article 

Why US Solar Power May Have Lots of Room to Grow

Solar power could become the leading global energy source by 2050, according to a recent International Energy Association (IEA) report. And the United States—the world's biggest energy consumer—has a lot further to go in order to get to that point than developed economies in Western Europe do. >>View Article 

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