“You’ve Got $30 Billion To Spend And A Climate Crisis. Nuclear Or Solar?” • As solar and energy storage professionals, we must be conscious of the limitations of our technologies. So to compare the cost and abilities of solar power with those of nuclear must be done carefully. It turns out […]
Completely FREE online festival on Sat. July 25 & Sun. July 26 includes:
Live, interactive workshops on the latest in solar power & storage, regenerative farming, electric vehicles, and off-grid homes Timely presentations by Richard Heinberg from the Post Carbon Institute, and keynote Storm Cunningham’s keynote: Transition to a Regenerative Economy Great, inspiring music from […]
Online July 25th & 26th
Beginning at noon on both Saturday, July 25th and Sunday July 26th, SolarFest is continuing a tradition in a completely new way with online music workshops and presentations.
“While the pandemic prevented us from gathering in person this year,” according to SolarFest President Bill Laberge, “we are privileged to […]
Time for some SolarFest fun!Sat. July 25 & Sun. July 26 The need for SolarFest has never been greater— that’s why we’re doing it for FREE —
Be part of the best workshops — live via Zoom:
Perennial Favorite: Renewables 101: Solar & Storage (Bill & Danielle Laberge) Multi-state experts: Is now the […]
New Energy: Conversations with Early-Career Energy Researchers Michael Craig, University of Michigan “Electric Power in a Changing Climate”
Michael Craig will present his recent collaborations on how climate change will affect bulk power system planning and operations. Those collaborations include quantifying compounding effects of climate change on thermal plant availability, wind and solar resources, and […]
Dartmouth Energy Collaborative Energy Seminar Kaitlyn Bunker, Rocky Mountain Institute “Clean Energy Transition: What We’ve Learned from Partnering with Caribbean Islands to Develop Inclusive Approaches that Accelerate Progress”
Kaitlyn Bunker, head of the Islands Energy Program at the Rocky Mountain Institute, will discuss the approach developed by the RMI team to best support islands […]
Trucks, Buses, Lawn Mowers, Solar …
How can you harness this power?
You are invited to participate in a FREE EVENT:
The Bi-State Electric Vehicle Connector
(Hosted by the Granite State &Vermont Clean Cities Coalitions)
Builders are facing strong demand but saddled with a massive shortage of skilled labor. In this webinar, Editor-In-Chief Matt Power explores how these conditions has made them more than usually open to new products and systems, from envelopes to “disruptive” insulating techniques. He’ll talk about new methods of wrapping and sealing buildings, new electronic systems […]
BRATTLEBORO, VT – The ninth annual Slow Living Summit will take place in Brattleboro, Vermont on Thursday, June 6 and Friday, June 7 2019.
Presented by Strolling of the Heifers and Windham Grows, the Summit’s focus is “The Future of Women in Food Entrepreneurship” and its goal is to bring together […]
1. Public Service Commission Hearing on new proposed gas pipeline: Wednesday, April 10 , 2-4 and 6-8 National Grid has just publicly proposed to build a new fracked gas pipeline, called the Pipeline E37 Reliability and Resiliency Project, traversing Bethlehem, East and North Greenbush. (This plan has been two years in the making.). They have […]