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Earlier this year, MIT researchers were the latest in a series of analysts to raise alarm about the perceived limitations of solar PV’s continued…
This morning, COP21—the UN’s annual international climate change conference—kicked off in Paris with a very encouraging announcement. On one hand 20 countries—from the developed to…
An authoritative new study released earlier this week shows how energy efficiency can be a low-cost pathway to keeping global warming to the critical 2 degrees centigrade mark.
On Tuesday last week, more than 160 executives—many of them from the Fortune 500—came together at Bloomberg's New York City office for the Business Renewables Center's latest semiannual meeting. Several major themes will define the corporate renewable energy purchasing market in the months ahead.
New Mexico is officially known as the “Land of Enchantment.” However, before 1941, the state’s license plates declared New Mexico “the Sunshine State.” It’s the third sunniest state in the U.S., behind Arizona and Nevada. With that abundant sunshine, it’s no wonder that the people of Taos County want to use more solar energy.