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2018 Renewable Energy & Sustainable Living Fair

Community Advocates for Sustainable Energy will hold its third annual Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living Fair at Doane Stuart School (199 Washington Ave, Rensselaer, NY) on Saturday, October 20th from 10 am – 4 pm. It is the largest event of its kind in the Capital District and beyond. This event is free and […]

Webinar: How’s VT’s Pace on Renewable Energy?

Join REV on Monday, September 24th at 2:00 PM as we dive into the latest analysis on Vermont’s challenges and progress to meet its renewable energy and climate committments. Click here to Register!

The details;

Who: Olivia Campbell Andersen, Executive Director of Renewable Energy Vermont and Sarah Wolfe, Network Director at the Energy […]

1st H.’18 – Renewables Outpace Nuclear Power in Electrical Generation

SUN DAY CAMPAIGN – 1st Half 2018:

U.S. ELECTRICAL GENERATION BY RENEWABLE SOURCES SQUEAKS PAST NUCLEAR POWER

WIND + SOLAR PROVIDE 10% OF NATION’S ELECTRICITY

SOLAR ALONE SURPASSES BIOMASS & GEOTHERMAL COMBINED AND TRIPLES ELECTRICAL GENERATION BY OIL

Contact: Ken Bossong, 301-270-6477 x.6 […]

Past and Future of Ductless Heat Pumps

Looking Back Four Years and Now in 2018, the Record Speaks for Itself.

The Davidsons are very happy with their Mitsubishi Hyper Heat H2i Heat Pumps installations. The heat pump can be seen in the backdrop while John plays croquet. The Davidsons chose the floor model as seen in the back right […]

GMP-installed Tesla Batteries and Home Solar Arrays Save Money for Everyone

George Harvey

Green Mountain Power (GMP), which provides electric utility services for roughly three-quarters of the people of Vermont, has reported significant savings from the growth of net-metered solar power and installations of Tesla Powerwall batteries, which it subsidized. In fact, during a heatwave in August it saved $600,000 because of the combination […]

Massachusetts Energy Storage Program Wins Award

Green Energy Times Staff

Every other year, the Clean Energy State Alliance (CESA) gives out six State Leadership in Clean Energy (SLICE) awards. CESA is a nonprofit coalition of public agencies working to promote clean technology, and the SLICE awards highlight model programs and projects that accelerate clean energy technologies and strengthen clean […]

The UK’s Carbon Emissions Have Dropped to 19th Century Levels

Jack-up crane ship and wind turbine in the North Sea. Wikimedia Commons.

George Harvey

Fossil fuels started to take on a special significance in the United Kingdom as far back as the Late Middle Ages, when the newly introduced invention of the chimney made it possible to heat individual rooms in the […]

Simpliphi Lithium Batteries: Storing Solar Power in Our Neck of the Woods

Fabrizio’s home at Windy Ridge Orchards nearNorth Haverhill, New Hampshire.

New system at Fabrizio’s home.

By John Hassell

Simpliphi lithium ferrous phosphate (LFP) batteries are making their way into residential and small business renewable energy applications in the North Country. Let’s take a look at a few residential systems […]

Movie event 8/23: Reinventing Power

Renewables Top Nuclear in 27 States; Beat Coal in 17 States

AS TRUMP ADMINISTRATION CONSIDERS BAILOUTS OF

UNECONOMIC NUCLEAR AND COAL PLANTS…

EIA & FERC DATA SHOW RENEWABLES PROVIDING MORE ELECTRICITY

THAN NUCLEAR IN 27 U.S. STATES AND MORE THAN COAL IN A THIRD

Contact: Ken Bossong, 301-270-6477 x.6

Tim Judson, 301-270-6477 x. […]