Monday, September 22, 2014
The air-quality in China leaves a lot to be desired. Solar energy will help address China's most pressing environmental problem.
The Low-Carbon Earth Summit is a high-powered event with sustainability leaders from all over the world. The entertainment has been amazing! I have attended a variety of presentations about exciting new solar technologies.
The Solar Gardens Institute presentation cover community and shared so the models from all over the world. I discussed the opportunity for China, which is hands-down the world's largest potential market for shared solar.
Next I am off to Beijing to meet with NGO leaders about the possibility of using shared solar models in China. I will be traveling throughout China for the next several weeks, so I will have many updates for you as I go along.
Thank you to all of you who donated money or air miles!
Solar Gardens Institute Founder
Sunday, September 21, 2014
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Community solar projects are popping up across the United States, offering those without the perfect solar roof, or no roof at all, the chance to cut their electric bills with solar energy. And leadership in the growth of this emerging trend is coming from an unexpected source -- electric utilities.
A new study from the Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA), "Expanding Solar Access Through Utility-led Community Solar," finds that the number of these programs in the US has jumped 64 percent in the past 18 months and an overwhelming majority, more than 90%, have been developed by utilities.http://www.solarnovus.com/sepa-report-on-utility-led-community-solar_N8138.html
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Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Commissioners Steve Ivancie and Doug Monger said they were uncomfortable investing public dollars given CEC’s unwillingness to share with them some of the financial details involved in building the solar array.
Read more: http://www.steamboattoday.com/news/2014/sep/15/routt-commissioners-hesitate-invest-public-monies-/