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Community Choice Energy – The future of energy transmission

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

Community Choice Energy will become commonplace as these programs can be used to help meet aggressive Renewable Energy Targets globally

Now here is where solar really makes sense

Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

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Tweet This one photograph tells it all. One place where solar power really makes sense. Even if regular electricity was abundant in this area, which I very much doubt, how would you get it to every little hut and village? Now at least they can charge their cell phones and listen to the radio by […]

The power source with the largest water consumption

Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

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Tweet I was preparing for a presentation I was giving to the Eco Green Group of Silicon Valley on the water energy nexus. While in the process of researching the renewable power sources which used the lowest and highest amounts water in their energy production I encountered something I found surprising. The lowest water consumer […]