By Jeremy Gottlieb Of course this transition does not only contribute towards a healthier planet, but also a lower fuel bill for the islands as it is expensive to purchase and receive diesel and other fuels by sea or air…. Read more »
Brandon Baker | December 3, 2013 12:30 pm Aside from the natural concerns that accompany most changes, a five-figure price tag is oftentimes what unnerves people about going solar. Such a number presents it as a sizable investment—which it is–but… Read more »
Environmental Defence | November 22, 2013 3:39 pm On Thursday, Environmental Defence hosted Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and former U.S. Vice-President and Chairman of the Climate Reality Project, Al Gore, at an event to announce the elimination of coal-fired electricity in Ontario. The largest coal plant in… Read more »
BY ADAM PECK ON NOVEMBER 20, 2013 AT 1:20 PM “Apple’s New Corporate Headquarters Will Feature One Of The World’s Largest Solar Arrays” The Cupertino, California city council granted final approval to Apple, Inc on Tuesday for the consumer electronics company to begin construction… Read more »
As if Spaniards had not already been dissuaded by the potential €60 million fines they face for illegally generating their own solar power, they now have to look forward to a knock on the door from the ‘solar police’. A… Read more »
Qualified residential clients can now get a $25,000 secured loan with the option to also include up to $15,000 more in an unsecured, 18-months same-as-cash plus loan through our financial partner, Admiral Bank. Like our Peers in Pasadena say: “Together,… Read more »
Team USC’s entry, for example, had many outstanding features, including an extendable solar patio cover.
Electric conversion losses amount to much the same. For the full story, see Karl’s latest “Plugged In” column at the Ventura County Reporter.
Sacramento – AB 327 (Perea) began the 2013 legislative session as the biggest residential rate reform bill in a decade. With amendments coming out of Governor Brown’s office, AB 327 will likely leave the legislature as one of the state’s most… Read more »