Which U.S. States Have the Best Solar PV Interconnection Policies?

October 24, 2011 by  
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New Energy Choices /Screen capture Overall, the U.S. is Moving in the Right Direction While it’s great that solar photovoltaic systems (aka solar PV) are becoming more affordable to the average person thanks to ever lower production costs and companies like SolarCity that lease out and install whole systems, a big factor in the equation of whether solar PV catches on or not remains grid interconnection policies. In the U.S., those policies vary from state to state, and the Network… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Resolution 4 Packs A Lot Into A Poolhouse

October 24, 2011 by  
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Image Credit Resolution 4 Whenever I write about the work of Resolution 4 I have to run for cover, from the complaints about showing “trophy homes for investment bankers driving a Hummer packed full of over-privileged kids.” So it is nice to be able to show one that is only 832 square feet, designed for a cheesemonger and an actress. OK, it is a second home and it is a poolhouse, but it turned out to be as much as they needed.

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Solar’s Long and Winding Road

July 9, 2010 by  
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In 1969, the Nixon White House asked a young assistant professor of engineering  whether solar energy made sense for America. Absolutely, he replied

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BP Drops the Ball, Nike Scores

July 9, 2010 by  
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The BP oil spill is only one example of recent hidden risks that are increasingly bubbling into corporate bottom lines and making shareholders testy about companies’ untracked social and environmental challenges. On the other hand is Nike, a company that’s working to meet these challenges head-on, even finding opportunities along the way.

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