Build your own solar concentrator at home with GoSol’s free DIY guide

September 30, 2015 by  
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The good people of GoSol have spent years trying to eradicate energy poverty by bringing solar energy to the masses. To that end, they have just released a free solar concentrator (Sol1) construction guide that aims to teach communities how to harness solar energy using low-cost DIY technology. Which means getting off the grid is no longer a luxury confined to the rich. Read the rest of Build your own solar concentrator at home with GoSol’s free DIY guide

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Another massive Eden Project is being developed – in China

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Through Solar Mosaic, Oakland is Reducing Emissions, Creating Green Jobs, and Building Community (Video)

April 24, 2011 by  
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graphic via sungevity Check out this amazing project getting off the ground in my hometown of Oakland, CA. The city is selling 5,000 solar tiles at $100 each to locals, and the panels will be installed on the rooftops of youth centers and schools in the community. Even better, the solar panels will be mounted by workers hired and trained in Oakland

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Feed-In Tariffs for Apartment Solar Rooftops Light Up LA’s Energy Plan

April 24, 2011 by  
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Multi-family rooftop solar for low-income housing as multi-problem solution. Photos by RCruger At a Sustainability Summit in LA last week, a group of academic, business and political leaders gathered to unveil plans for “Integrating our Energy Housing and Community Needs.” Henry Cisneros, the former head of the Housing and Urban Development for the Clinton Administration spoke on a panel along with Mercedes Marquez from the current department to discuss plans for green HUD projects and a proposal for rooftop solar on low-income housing in Los Angeles. The Mayo…

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