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Trump Rode a Wave of Economic Angst. Will He Harness America’s Greatest Economic Opportunity?

Trump’s campaign stoked fears about economic change. His energy policy could deliver a trillion-dollar payoff for America—if only he’d recognize the positive changes sweeping the sector. by [...]

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Morocco poised to become a solar superpower with launch of desert mega-project

World’s largest concentrated solar power plant, powered by the Saharan sun, set to help renewables provide almost half the country’s energy by 2020 From the guardian by Arthur Nelsen The Moroccan [...]

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Canadian Government Makes 100% Renewables Commitment

by Joseph Bebon for Solar Industry  The Canadian federal government has committed to powering all of its buildings and operations using renewable energy sources by 2025. The goal is in support of [...]

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From Dirty Coal to Solar Farm, One of New England’s Worst Polluters Makes the Switch

From EcoWatch One of the worst polluters in New England, the Mount Tom Power Station in Holyoke, Massachusetts, is making the switch from coal to solar. The plant’s owner, Paris-based [...]

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1,000 year old cathedral goes solar

From TreeHugger Solar panels are great. So is architectural conservation. But what should we do when historic buildings want to incorporate cutting edge clean energy technology? It’s [...]

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Solar panels surpass coal-fired electricity in previously ‘unthinkable’ feat

For six months until September, more electricity came from sunlight than coal-fired power stations From The Independent Solar panels generated more electricity than coal in the past six months in [...]

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Solar Means Business 2016

From SEIA The top corporate solar users in the United States have now installed more than 1 gigawatt (GW) of solar capacity, enough to power 193,000 homes. These Fortune 500 companies have [...]

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Wal-Mart Leads the Nation in Corporate Solar Deployments. What Will It Do With Storage?

The big-box giant mulls its next move in distributed energy. by Julian Spector for Greentech Media The leading corporate adopter of solar doesn’t hail from California, as might be expected, [...]

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City turning landfill site into solar energy field

by Kevin D. Thompson Palm Beach Post Staff Writer For about 30 years, the old 63-acre landfill off Washington Avenue, just a few blocks west of South Dixie Highway on the south end of Lake Worth, [...]

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Can Solar Keep Up Its Exponential Growth?

From Triple Impact Solutions We’ve seen a lot of hype about the growth of solar in recent years and how it’s expected to be the dominant source of energy by 2030. Just in case you’ve been hiding [...]