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How to Mainstream Renewable Energy: Time to Go Solar

There has been a great deal of progress with regards to solar energy in the United States. Thomas Leyden is a 25 year industry veteran and Senior Director of Distributed Electricity and Storage at EDF...

Is the Sun Setting on Clean Energy? Repeal of the Clean Power Plan: A...

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt is slated to formally start the process of repealing the Clean Power Plan, which would potentially be a step back when it comes to sources such as solar energy. Many strides have been made...
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Tesla Tiny House – Solar Energy Potential

The problem with solar energy is not that there is an actual issue with solar energy – it is that most consumers don’t understand how it is produced and how much money solar energy can actually save them. There are a...

Oregon Residential Tax Credit Expiring

For anyone contemplating the notion of “going solar”, it might be best to move fast. Why? Recent revelations in solar news indicate that the residential solar tax credit of $6,000 in Oregon is going to be disappearing by the end...

The Netherland’s Solar Sound Barriers

In the Netherlands, a Dutch highway is giving traditional solar panels an exciting new twist. Instead of dark and semi-ugly slabs on top of a building, these solar panels are colorful, upright and can also...
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