Statewide March and Rally to STOP LINE 3 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 in BURLINGTON Gather in City Hall Park at 3 PM and March to Battery Park to Rally at 5 PM We will be calling on the Biden administration to cancel construction of Line 3 just as it revoked the permit for the KXL […]
Left: Structural Designer, Stijn Louws, (Solar Team Twente) ; right: Andries Verstraeten (SalesEngineer Leybold Netherlands)
After the Australian “Bridgestone World Solar Challenge” was canceled, an adequate alternative route to the flat outback was quickly found with the “Solar Challenge Morocco”. Despite the changed route through the desert and along the Atlas Mountains, the […]
Below are G.E.T.’s top picks from NY-GEO’s weekly “Just-In” Newsletter. Just In! features three fresh news item summaries on the NY-GEO home page every Monday. NY-GEO members get the full newsletter, which includes an advanced look at the website articles, plus event listings and job openings and several bonus article summaries with links, usually […]
Peter Sterling joined Renewable Energy Vermont as Interim Executive Director this week. Over his career, Peter has established himself as an effective advocate on a range of issues including access to affordable health care, protection of our natural resources, and promoting economic justice.“There has never been a more urgent moment in the fight against […]
New England Mayors & Local Leaders Urge Federal Climate Action What: Join Mayors and City Councilors from around New England for a panel discussion about the impacts of climate change, opportunities for action at the local level, and the need for aggressive action from the federal government. These local leaders are seeing the impacts […]
The August issue of Green Energy Times has gone to press and will soon be distributed locally.
The entire issue can be downloaded as a pdf file HERE.
Posts of individual articles can be found HERE.
By Marianne DiMascio, State Policy Manager, Appliance Standards Awareness Project (ASAP)
As much of the United States continues to suffer from drought and extreme heat, five states have adopted energy- and water-saving appliance standards since late March, a rapid series of victories for consumers, businesses, and the climate. The new state laws […]
Neothermal Energy Storage co-founders Louis Desgrosseilliers and Jill Johnson with a very early lab prototype ETS system used to evaluate the various component interactions. Photo courtesy of the Nova Scotia Community College.
Entrepreneurs from seven start-ups, focused on reducing energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in residential, commercial and industrial buildings, graduated from […]