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Energy efficiency as a Key Driver of Successful Business Outcomes

From The Energy Alliance Group of Michigan

When the relationship of a strong energy strategy and successful business outcome is clearly understood, energy will never be ignored or overlooked as “just another cost of doing business.”

“..a small group of leading edge companies report they now see energy as a key business value driver, and […]

Warm Oceans Bring Massive Floods and Storms

The eye of Hurricane Irma as it grazes the northern shore of St. Thomas on September 6, 2017 as a strong category 5 storm. Red lines are warning boxes. Puerto Rico is to the left and St. Croix to the south. Credit: National Weather Service Puerto Rico/Virgin Islands Radar.

By Dr. Alan […]

Vermont Climate Change Research: Transportation, Trout, and Regionalism in Sustainability

By Kirsti Blow, Center for Research on Vermont

As Vermonters begin to welcome fall, the state’s environment goes through its many visible changes – and as the legislative session looms, policy concerns are coloring the public discourse.

The prevalence of “fuel poverty” is a hotbed issue likely to be contested, especially following Efficiency Vermont’s recent […]

No Is Not Enough

by Naomi Klein, Haymarket Books, June 13, 2017, 288 pages, $13

Book review by Roger Lohr

Naomi Klein’s newest publication, No Is Not Enough: Resisting Trump’s Shock Politics and Winning the World We Need is a culmination of her previous work and a call to heed the document called “Leap Manifesto: Caring […]

Merrimack County Dept. of Corrections Heats Up

New Central Biomass System Heats Two NH Prisons

The currently occupied Merrimack County prison at right is tied into the new biomass boiler building and the second prison (not seen to left) through a long enclosed corridor that also contains the heat pipes from the boiler.

Froling Energy of Peterborough, New Hampshire, […]

The Montshire Museum of Science’s Path to Minimize Its Carbon Footprint

From an energy audit to a new wood pellet boiler heating system and more to come.

The interior of the Montshire Museum of Science. Courtesy photo.

By Chris Gillespie

This winter will be the Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich, VT’s first being heated by a new wood pellet boiler system.

As stated […]

Tesla Superchargers Available in New York’s Hudson Valley

John Cole, owner of Cole’s Collision Center speaks to the attendees at the ribbon cutting ceremony in celebrations of the installation of 20 TESLA Supercharger stations at the Crossgates Mall in Guilderland, NY.

By Joanne Coons

Five is nice but twenty is glorious!!!! That is the number of TESLA Supercharger stations […]

Drive on Sunshine, Save Big Bucks

Want to Save $23,000 on Your Next Vehicle? Switch to Solar + Electric Car

From Revision Energy: revisionenergy.com

Switching to electric transport leads to the next logical thing: powering those miles on sunshine. Here, SolarChampion Mark Boren recharges his Nissan LEAF off the solar panels of his Dover, NH home.

Why […]

Tesla – in South Australia

Elon Musk at the South Australian battery event.Image taken from a Tesla video.

Green Energy Times

On September 28, 2016, the state of South Australia experienced a violent storm that tore down important transmission lines. A series of faults over the course of less than three minutes blacked out the entire […]

GM’s 100% Wind Powered Manufacturing Plants

Building GM’s 100% Electric Cars

Photo courtesy of Starwood Energy Group.

By George Harvey

Two recent announcements from General Motors (GM) have created quite a lot of talk. Both shed light on renewable power, but they were very different in their natures. One was about manufacturing, and the other about products.

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