Making Solar Sweeter: Pollinator-Friendly Arrays

October 2, 2017 by  
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Introduced at VERGE 2015, and highlighted recently in training by the International Society of Sustainability Professionals, the practice of using the land under and around U.S. solar arrays to benefit pollinators is on the cusp of becoming a standard practice — as it is in Europe. Benefitting pollinators at scale, and producing “Solar Honey,” are new ways to increase support for large-scale solar.

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Making Solar Sweeter: Pollinator-Friendly Arrays

Making Solar Sweeter: Pollinator-Friendly Arrays

October 2, 2017 by  
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Introduced at VERGE 2015, and highlighted recently in training by the International Society of Sustainability Professionals, the practice of using the land under and around U.S. solar arrays to benefit pollinators is on the cusp of becoming a standard practice — as it is in Europe. Benefitting pollinators at scale, and producing “Solar Honey,” are new ways to increase support for large-scale solar.

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Algae Producers Strike Back, Dispute Poor Enviro-Performance Study

January 27, 2010 by  
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photo: Sustainable Initiatives Fund Trust via flickr. At the end of last week researchers from the University of Virginia dropped a bombshell on the algae biofuel industry, producing an algae life-cycle analysis which had it not faring so well against first generation biofuels, being more water intensive and producing more greenhouses gases. Well, the algae industry has come back swinging (as one might expect)

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