NY Mets And Citi Field Go Green

The NY Mets have in partnership with NextEra Energy announced a plan to offset the energy usage at Citi Field, as part of the Mets dedication to environmental stewardship, in the construction of their team owned ballpark. In a 2008 Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the construction and operation of Citi Field, the team pledged […]

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California To Lower Cost Of Residential Solar

A bill headed to the Governor’s desk is California is designed to reduce costs for installing residential solar systems by as much as a thousand dollars. The Solar Permitting Efficiency Act is designed to streamline the process of getting new residential installations approved, to make them faster and less expensive. Muratsuchi was prompted to create […]

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Hybrid Car Dealers Offer Solar Power Packages

Did you ever get the feeling that your hybrid car might still be a giant fossil fuel sucking monster because the electricity it uses is still provided by the local coal or other environment destroying fossil fuel burning utilities plant? Yeah, I just ruined your day, didn’t I? But now car manufacturers have a solution! […]

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Solar And Wind Rush Past Water

In the battle between earth’s elements, Solar and Wind have overtaken Water as power generating resources in America. Those damned renewables will see their output doubled by Wind and Solar as soon as 2040 according to projections. Wind and solar power in particular are driving the shift, fueled by state mandates that require utilities to […]

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Apple Cloud And Manufacturing Powered By Solar

Apple – once the apple of environmentalists’ ire regarding their reliance on fossil fuels – has become a leader in renewable power for industry, first by powering it’s cloud services with solar power and now manufacturing iPhone 6 Sapphire screens at a solar powered plant in Arizona. The company, which once drew fire from campaigners […]

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Olympic Oval Going Solar In Utah

The Olympic Oval in Kearns, Utah is being kept open for athletes in part due to an ambitious solar project involving solar parking canopies that will power the facility and keep it’s costs manageable for the foreseeable future. More than 3,000 solar modules mounted on parking canopies are expected to generate more than 1 million […]

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Lone Tree Colorado Promotes Solar As Part Of City Plan

More and more places around the country are starting to make a local government commitment to renewable energy as part of the cities’ plans for the future. Lone Tree, CO is the latest local municipality to promote solar as part of their overall city plan. Residents in Lone Tree may have noticed more and more […]

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