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Lexington Teachers prepare with program on solar energy – WDBJ7

WDBJ7Lexington Teachers prepare with program on solar energyWDBJ7″But they are really effective demonstrations of how solar energy can change a lot of different things. And when kids can get their hands on it, and get that extra connection to what’s either coming from the teacher or coming from the book, it just …

Do we really want solar energy at any cost? – Helena Independent Record

Helena Independent RecordDo we really want solar energy at any cost?Helena Independent RecordThe PSC’s decision-making in two recent solar energy rate cases have been so mischaracterized by interest groups and editorial writers, that some Montanans actually believe the five commissioners “have it in” for solar, and are using their authority to …

When the solar-energy movement got its day in the sun in SF – San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco ChronicleWhen the solar-energy movement got its day in the sun in SFSan Francisco ChroniclePresident Jimmy Carter and Congress designated May 3, 1978, as Sun Day — it was a Wednesday, mind you, not a Sunday — calling on citizens to observe the day with events to demonstrate the potential of solar energy. Observances were loosely …

Letter: Levy standby charge on solar energy users – The Forecaster

Letter: Levy standby charge on solar energy usersThe ForecasterEnough about solar energy being the answer to all of Maine’s energy issues; it isn’t. It is a great addition to our energy mix, but it’s becoming an unfair transfer of costs to the rest of the electrical customer base and a detriment to the state’s …

Why MyBit is Creating Blockchain-Based Decentralized Solar … – newsBTC

newsBTCWhy MyBit is Creating Blockchain-Based Decentralized Solar …newsBTCAn increasing number of both blockchain and existing energy companies are utilizing blockchain technology to create decentralized blockchain-based solar …How MyBit Can Solve Chile’s Solar Energy Surplus Problem …Live Bitcoin Newsall 2 news articles »

Dirty energy’s quiet war on solar panels – The Hill (blog)

The Hill (blog)Dirty energy’s quiet war on solar panelsThe Hill (blog)Industry groups and the politicians they effectively buy claim that distributed solar energy imposes costs on customers who don’t install solar panels, because solar users don’t pay their fair share of the costs of maintaining the grid. Most cynically …and more »

Bringing solar energy to underserved communities – The San Diego Union-Tribune

The San Diego Union-TribuneBringing solar energy to underserved communitiesThe San Diego Union-TribuneIf there’s a way to help his local and global community, Clovis Honoré is interested. While a college student at San Diego State University in the 1980s, he was introduced to sustainability and became a vegetarian (and later a vegan). He wanted to …

Indian scientist to head global body of solar energy experts – Economic Times

Times of India (blog)Indian scientist to head global body of solar energy expertsEconomic TimesKOLKATA: A group of international solar energy experts, innovators and environmental activists have come together to form an international body – the International Solar Innovations Council – headed by Indian solar scientist Santi Pada Gon Chaudhuri as …Sustaining the sunrise in India’s solar industryTimes of India (blog)all 5 news articles »

Dominion Energy buys, plans to buy four North Carolina solar energy projects – Electric Light & Power

Electric Light & PowerDominion Energy buys, plans to buy four North Carolina solar energy projectsElectric Light & Power”With these acquisitions, Dominion Energy is well on its way to bringing into service more than 700 MW of solar energy in North Carolina and Virginia by the end of 2018,” said Keith Windle, vice president – Business Development & Merchant Operations.Dominion Energy Inc. – D – Stock Price Today – ZacksZacks Investment Researchharris john w – SEC.govSEC.govTop 10 Hedge Funds Holding D – Slide 1 of 10 – Holdings ChannelHoldings Channelall 57 news articles »

At the Department of Energy, taxpayer funds held hostage – Washington Examiner

Washington ExaminerAt the Department of Energy, taxpayer funds held hostageWashington ExaminerThe SunShot Initiative, a chief culprit in green energy advocates’ scheme to force solar energy on everyone, freely siphons taxpayer funds toward cronyist pet projects. Unsurprisingly, these “renewable” programs are chosen entirely without regard for …