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April 26 Green Energy News

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Americans used more solar and wind energy in 2017 compared to the previous year, according to the most recent energy flow charts released by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Overall, energy consumption by the residential and commercial sectors dropped a bit. Energy from both natural gas and coal declined. [Tech Xplore]

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The April, 2018 Green Energy Times is Available

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February Green Energy Times

The February, 2018 Green Energy Times has gone to press and will be delivered to local distribution centers soon.

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Final deadline reminder to complete your NYC Construction Award entry


The NYC Construction Awards would like to hear from all companies who have made an impact on the industry… Meet. Network. Connect. About NYCCA 2018 The NYC Construction Awards (NYCCA), hosted by the New York Build Expo, brings the industry together to recognize achievements, developments and innovation within the NYC construction landscape. The […]

January 16 Green Energy News

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The latest weather reports from Alaska are alarming. In December, 2017, the average temperature in Alaska was 19.4° F according to a report from NOAA. That average is 2.1º F more than the previous high temperature record set in 1985. For the month, Alaska was 15.7º F warmer on average, compared to data […]

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December 17 Green Energy News

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“Tesla vs. Tesla: The Juice In Your Car Will Increasingly Come Through HVDC, Edison’s Preferred Current” • This is partially a Thomas Edison vs Nikola Tesla story. Edison was committed to direct current, but Tesla liked alternating current. Edison did some ugly things to try to win the fight, but lost. Now the […]

Removing barriers to expanding renewable-energy generation in Vermont

Updated January 5, 2018

By Rick Wackernagel and Laura Mistretta

To avoid the worst effects of global warming, we need to transform our energy system, replacing fossil fuels used in producing electricity, heating and transportation with renewable energy. Vermont has already set goals for these changes. In 2011, Vermont […]

Removing Barriers to Expanding Renewable Energy Generation in Vermont

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