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NHL is Going Green: For Future Generations

As teams prepare and battle each other to make it into the playoffs, the National Hockey league is deciding to fight a battle that might affect the entire sport of hockey in general.  Hockey just...

Saudi Arabia Says Yes to Massive Solar Energy Project

In some recent solar energy news there appears to be a new deal brewing between a Japanese Company and the Saudi Arabian government to build some huge solar electric generating fields there. Saudi Arabia and...

Is Trump’s Solar Panel Tariff Already Working as Planned?

Without a doubt one of the most controversial decisions that President Trump has made during his presidency was to impose tariffs over the next four years on imported solar panels. It was his first...

SHELL OIL UNVEILS PLAN TO MOVE WORLD AWAY FROM FOSSIL FUELS

THE WASHINGTON POST -- The company’s Sky Scenario is a plan to help the world meet the goals set forth in the Paris climate agreement. The plan would shift people away from oil and towards hydrogen and electric transportation in...

University of Hawaii Could Become First 100% Renewable Campus in the U.S.

In 2015 the Hawaiian Legislature set a collective for the (UH) University of Hawaii to be “net zero”, by 2035, which means that the amount of renewable energy created must equal the amount consumed.  Now...
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