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The Next Big Thing: Solar Freakin’ Carports
Published Green Tech Media  8/19/2014
Earlier this year, the internet swooned over the idea of turning everyday roads into solar energy systems that could power cities. The tagline of the inventors: "solar freakin' roadways." Those without a deep background in energy or materials wondered what could possibly hold back such an
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Floridas Energy Efficiency and Solar Resources Are Ripe For The PickingPublished Energy Collective  8/18/2014
Florida’s energy efficiency and solar energy resources are as plentiful as the fruit on their trees. Taking advantage of these resources will not only help Florida, a state uniquely vulnerable to climate change, comply with the Clean Power Plan. It will do all kinds of great things for the Sunshine
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Interview - Lisa Bell of Solarproducts.mePublished Small Footprints  8/18/2014
Lisa Bell of Solarproducts.meI first met Lisa Bell on Ozoshare. Her profile fascinated me. She shared a lot of great content on everyday solar products.As I got acquainted with Lisa, I learned that she owns Solarproducts.me where, in addition to selling solar items, she educates both adults and
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New Report Finds California Solar Installations Nearly Doubled in 2013, Thanks to Good Solar PolicyPublished Energy Collective  8/16/2014
A new report ranks the top states in terms of solar energy, with California once again taking the top place for installed solar energy capacity. The report emphasizes the importance of favorable governmental and state policies in encouraging solar energy adoptions.read more
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Solar Energy: Improving the Livelihoods of Indias Rural Salt-Pan Farmers
Published Natural Resources Defense Council  8/15/2014
Anjali Jaiswal, Senior Attorney, San Francisco As India celebrates Independence Day this Friday, August 15th, it will bring with it a history of struggle, conflict, and triumph. It is certain that India has come a long way in the 67 years since it gained independence, and Indian Prime
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Community Energy in Ireland: The financial aspectsPublished Energy Bullentin  8/13/2014
One of the key recommendations is the feed in tariff which is probably inspired by the successful German implementation of solar energy.
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Could a Minimum Bill Bring an End to the Net Metering War?Published Energy Collective  8/13/2014
As net metering battles continue around the country, a new conversation gains steam, bringing forth the future hope of a policy that works for both utilities and for the solar energy industry. The minimum bill idea is becoming a focus in more than one area.read more
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New Flexible Solar USB Charger Can Charge iPhone 3.5 TimesPublished Sustainable Brands  8/11/2014
Minnesota-based research group Skajaquoda has developed a flexible solar panel that goes around any bag strap and charges its internal battery as you go about your day.The device, called Sun Strap, uses a 1.5W flexible solar panel and has a 5600 mAh built in battery that can charge any USB device
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Turkish Design Firm Looks at Plastic Bottle Waste in a New Light
Published Sustainable Brands  8/7/2014
Designnobis, a creative innovation firm, has developed a cheap lighting concept comprised of solar panels and discarded plastic bottles. The Turkish firm developed a product they call ‘Infinite Light’ — a solar lantern that could be a cost-effective way of supplying light to people in the developing
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Floridas Governor Scott takes some steps on environment but Floridians want strong action on climate
Published Natural Resources Defense Council  8/6/2014
Pamela Rivera, Latino Engagement Associate / Program Assistant, Washington, D.C. Over the weekend, we learned from the Miami Herald that Florida Governor Rick Scott pledged, if re-elected, to spend at least $1 billion over the next 10 years on a variety of environmental projects that
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Solar Energy: Improving the Livelihoods of Indias Rural Salt-Pan Farmers

Solar Energy: Improving the Livelihoods of Indias
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The Next Big Thing: Solar Freakin’ Carports

The Next Big Thing: Solar Freakin’ Carports
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Blown Away by Wind Power in Denmark, a Model for Clean Energy

Blown Away by Wind Power in Denmark, a Model for
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Turkish Design Firm Looks at Plastic Bottle Waste in a New Light

Turkish Design Firm Looks at Plastic Bottle Waste
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    India: Concentrating Solar Thermal Test Centre and
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    Denmark Hits Solar Energy Goal 8 Years Early

    Denmark Hits Solar Energy Goal 8 Years Early
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    INFOGRAPHIC: The World’s Top 10 Solar Countries
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    The Solar Industrys Dead? Not Hardly, US
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    Stella is the World’s First Solar-Powered Family
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