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Editorial: Don’t hit small solar with new fees in California

+20 Those solar panels you’ve seen glinting on your neighbors’ rooftops throughout California?  If the state’s investor-owned utilities get their way in negotiations with the Public Utilities Commission,, you’ll be seeing a lot less domestic black silicon in the future. That’s because big … Continued

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Flee the City – join the Field Lab

00 John Wells lives in a shack he has grandly titled the Southwest Texas Alternative Energy And Sustainable Living Field Laboratory. When I visited he told me he had wanted to leave his glitzy fashion photographer world behind, a world of … Continued

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Renewable Energy training

+1-1 Here is a listing of some of the best Renewable Energy training courses around the United States. For a more thorough list, visit the Renewable Energy Training Catalog published by the Interstate Renewable Energy Council. Also, check out this … Continued

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Pacific Power Seeks grid-tied Renewable Energy

+30 From March 8 thru May, Pacific Power will accept applications for community-based renewable energy funding from its Blue Sky renewable energy program. They cover the states of Oregon, Washington and California. To be considered in this competitive application process, … Continued