October 2011

Plant-based Solar PV Technology Receives UL Certification

October 31, 2011

BioSolar works to make solar power energy cleaner and cheaper by using bio-based materials from renewable plant sources. The company last week announced that it finally received the Relative Thermal Index (RTI) recognition from Underwriters Laboratories (UL) for its BioBacksheet. RTI is the temperature below which a material will not be compromised by long-term, thermally […]

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Get Your Energy Plan in Order to Increase Efficiency and Save Money

October 29, 2011

Does your business have a comprehensive energy plan? Related Posts:Energy Saving Web Platform Gets RevampRio+20 Achieves Little, Says Brazilian Research OrganizationComparing Energy Efficient TechnologiesApps to Save Electricity, Money and the EnvironmentWill Apple Grow on Solar Power?

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Have a Green Halloween!

October 28, 2011

Halloween 2011 is upon us and, like most festive dates, it’s a time of the year when people indulge in overt consumption, which is not really much fun for the planet. Related Posts:No Related Posts Found! Go find some…

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Non-Profits in New York Area Can Apply For Solar Power Donations

October 27, 2011

New York area non-profits have another four days to apply for Green Mountain Energy Company’s program whereby they could be the recipient of a solar array system. Applications can be submitted online via Green Mountain’s Sun Club website by Monday, October 31st. Related Posts:No Related Posts Found! Go find some…

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Solar Power Spurs Job Creation in the US

October 26, 2011

Alternative energy is not only good for the environment; it’s good for job creation, too. According to the Solar Foundation, 100,237 Americans are now working in the US solar industry. The statement is based on preliminary data from National Solar Jobs Census 2011: A Review of the U.S. Solar Workforce. Related Posts:Women Join the Green […]

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