By Lydia McMullen-Laird, The Indypendent, Published September 13, 2018 – https://truthout.org/articles/end-of-net-metering-casts-shadow-over-future-of-new-york-solar/
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On a bright August afternoon in Brooklyn, the sun beat down fiercely as New Yorkers scrambled for slivers of shade. Except for Shaugh Dolcy. The 43-year-old software developer proudly basked in the rays on the roof […]
On Tuesday, September 18th, join the Rally for a Million Solar Strong NY on the Million Dollar Staircase in the NYS Capitol.
This is a call to Governor Cuomo to build a #SolarStrongNY with one million homes powered by solar over the next five years! A million homes powered by solar will create local […]
Renewable Energy Fund reopens rebate program for solar and wood energy; deadlines loom
NH businesses seeking to control energy costs by incorporating solar or biomass energy on-site can now take advantage of rebates up to $50,000-$65,000 through the state’s Renewable Energy Fund. Under the fund, managed by the NH Public Utilities Commission, rebates are […]
Toolkit Provides Guidance for Projects on Brownfields and Landfill Sites and Supports New Incentives Under the NY-Sun Megawatt Block Program Supports Governor Cuomo’s Mandate of 50% of Electricity to Come from Renewable Energy Sources by 2030 to Combat Climate Change
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) announced the newest chapter of […]
Revision Energy will build the inaugural PV array
The artistic rendering of the NH Solar Shares solar picnic area includes the future Frosty Scoops seasonal ice cream stand that is currently in the planning process.
NH Solar Shares announced today that the NH Public Utilities Commission selected their proposal to fund – in part […]
Solar Energy Helps SLA Provide More Conservation On Squam Lake
The proposed solar on the SLA main headquarters building.
The Squam Lakes Association (SLA) in Holderness, NH will be covering most of the south-facing roof of their headquarters building with a 33kW solar PV system. The solar energy produced on site will provide […]
One of the spectacular successes of clean energy is that it is proving to be both least expensive and most comfortable. This is happening with increasing frequency across a number of technologies. One place where it is true is with heating and cooling.
We have known for some time that […]
A Win/Win for the Environment and Agriculture
Crocus flower; red threads are the stigmas, which when dried become saffron, worth $20 per gram. The yellow stamens and purple petals are used for dye and other purposes. Photo: I.T. Jansen-Lonnquist.
The University of Vermont researchers who demonstrated that saffron could be profitably grown […]
Norway’s solar industry is thriving: Image ifpnews.com
Our leaders like to talk about “American exceptionalism,” but America is not so exceptional when it comes to renewable energy. In fact, we are falling far behind.
Countries all around the world are demonstrating that a transition away from fossil fuels is not only possible, but is […]
Saturday, Aug. 18th & Sunday, Aug. 19th, Stratton Mountain, Vermont Now’s the time to get excited: Go to www.SolarFest.org and check out the rich workshops across six timely tracks Examine the lists of speakers and sponsors and their wealth of knowledge & experience Listen to the high-energy sounds of the Balkun Brothers and Gang […]