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Shining Rewards: The Value of Rooftop Solar Power for Consumers and Society | SEIA

This is a good read. There is a benefit to everyone by allowing more non subsidized solar. Greg Net metering policies are critical to the expansion of solar power in the United States. Net metering offsets costs for the panel

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US Finances 20 MW Solar PV Project In Jamaica | CleanTechnica

Solar is becoming popular all around the globe. Greg The US Overseas Private Investment Corporation has agreed to finance Jamaica’s first utility-scale solar PV power plant.A 20 MW solar PV project under development in Clarendon, Jamaica, has secured $47 million in

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Payback Predictions For Solar + Storage In Australia

Payback in Ontario is better than these figures as Hydro One costs more to buy. Greg  Originally published on RenewEconomy.By Sophie VorrathAs we have reported here and here, the Australian Energy Market Operator on Friday released its first ever big

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Samsung Dramatically Increases Battery Capacity (Nearly Doubles It)

Source: Samsung Dramatically Increases Battery Capacity (Nearly Doubles It)

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Tesla Leases Former Solyndra Site In Expansion Push – Forbes

“It’s nice to see what is lost by trying to advance technology is not lost by giving a young company a hand up.” Greg Tesla Motors is expanding — right down the street. The electric car maker has snapped up

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Tesla Hitting The Battery Accelerator | CleanTechnica

Originally published on RMI Outletby Bodhi Rader & Jesse MorrisElon Musk took the energy storage world by storm with his announcement of the much-anticipated Tesla Powerwall battery. The Powerwall is sleek, modular, and oozes with the high level of design quality

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How Tesla Will Change Your Life | Wait But Why

The story of how change really happens. Source: How Tesla Will Change Your Life | Wait But Why

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Big Oil & Gas Embraces Carbon Pricing | CleanTechnica

Even the oil companies recognize the problem! Six of the world’s major oil and gas companies have called for national or regional carbon pricing. They also propose that governments and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change work on

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Vampire power costs Americans $19 billion in electricity every year : TreeHugger

Always-on appliances and devices are costing us big time. Source: Vampire power costs Americans $19 billion in electricity every year : TreeHugger

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Fossil fuel subsidies are $5.3 TRILLION ($10 million/minute), more than all healthcare : TreeHugger

Who said fossil fuels were cheap? Source: Fossil fuel subsidies are $5.3 TRILLION ($10 million/minute), more than all healthcare : TreeHugger

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