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Investing $1 Trillion a Year In Clean Energy is Achievable

Clean energy is the future – if the future we want is one where average global temperature rise does not exceed two degrees Celsius. That’s the level experts say we need to stay within to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. Investing an additional $1 trillion in clean energy annually until 2050 is achievable, a new Ceres report finds….

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California Is the First State To Require Solar On New Houses

The California Energy Commission recently adopted building standards requiring solar photovoltaic systems on new homes starting in 2020. The new standards, the first in the nation to require solar, are expected to increase the cost of a new home by $9,500, which is around half the cost of installing solar PV systems on existing homes. But they will reduce energy…

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Lloyd’s Register: Approaching a Global Renewable Energy Tipping Point

A critical, global tipping point is fast approaching regarding the transformation from fossil fuel to distributed, renewable energy energy resource use.

Stem to Roll Out AI-Powered Battery Energy Storage at Eight Kilroy REIT Properties in California

Leading commercial real estate developers and owners are only just beginning to latch on to the financial, and broader social and environmental, benefits they can realize by investing in intelligent battery energy storage systems, the costs of which are falling fast.

Green Bonds Issuance Reaches Record High Despite US Withdrawal from Paris Climate Agreement

Funding renewable energy and low-carbon mass transportation projects emerged as main themes as new, green bonds issuance surged 78% in 2017.

Hurricane Maria devastates Puerto Rico

Volunteer Power Industry Disaster Relief, Solar Energy Co-op Deploying Solar Outreach Solutions (SOS) in Puerto Rico

AMURTEL, Amicus Solar Cooperative and Aireko are working to deploy an initial 10, and as many as 100, mobile SOS units across hurricane-struck Puerto Rico.

Massachusetts and net metering

Massachusetts Solar Industry Testifies in Support of Raising Net Metering Caps

A recent analysis of solar energy net metering program data in Massachusetts reveals that more than $78 million of emissions-free solar energy projects are on hold as a result of the state’s net metering cap being reached. The US Solar Energy Industries Association and partners organizations in Massachusetts are at the State Capitol in Boston today, Oct. 3, to testify…

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