3 pathways to a clean energy future

April 14, 2014 by  
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Three programs illuminate the potential for renewables and distributed resources at the university, city and state levels.

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How Western U.S. states light the path for renewables

September 17, 2013 by  
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Keep looking to the American west for leadership in solar and wind energy. A report from ACORE explains why.

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Green marketing 101: Sell what they’re buying

October 4, 2012 by  
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In 2003, coal was king in Utah — it meant cheap energy and plenty of jobs — so the market for renewables was virtually nonexistent. Then two professors found a new way to talk about wind power.

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Green marketing 101: Sell what they’re buying

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In 2003, coal was king in Utah — it meant cheap energy and plenty of jobs — so the market for renewables was virtually nonexistent. Then two professors found a new way to talk about wind power.

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Green marketing 101: Sell what they’re buying

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In 2003, coal was king in Utah — it meant cheap energy and plenty of jobs — so the market for renewables was virtually nonexistent. Then two professors found a new way to talk about wind power.

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Exxon’s Latest Forecast Sees Renewables Growing Faster, Oil & Coal Growing Slower

December 1, 2009 by  
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Photo: Flickr , CC Small Improvements Every year, Exxon published an “Energy Outlook” report, and a few numbers from this year’s not-yet-released edition have been revealed. I seriously doubt that Exxon has many friends here, but I still think it’s worth paying attention to their forecasts for the energy market, if only because they probably can’t be accused of being over-enthusiastic about clean energy..

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