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Environment Texas Research & Policy Center just released Lighting the Way: The Top Ten States That Helped Drive America’s Solar Energy Boom in 2013, a new report which documents strong solar growth across the nation, including a 45% increase in Texas in 2013.
Yet another reason solar energy is the responsible choice for electric power. In an unusual alliance, financial experts examine the economic effects of climate change. They ask businesses to factor in the costs in their long-term decisions and to push for reductions in emissions blamed for heating the planet. More
When the financial giant Citigroup says the "Age of Renewables has Begun", it's time for everyone to pay attention. More
Austin Energy has struck a deal with Recurrent Energy to build a 150-megawatt solar farm in West Texas. More
We have joined with Public Citizen to launch Solarize Texas, inspired by the success of the Plano Solar Advocates' Solarize Plano.
Austin Energy has issued a long awaited Request for Proposal for a proposed
3-4MW community solar project. Austin Energy customers who are unable or choose not to have rooftop solar may subscribe to the system to offset a portion of their electric use. The project is expected to be completed by mid-2015.
12 Trends Leading us to Zero Energy Homes Read this encouraging article that quotes Sam Rashkin, the U.S. Department of Energy’s chief architect for building technologies, on his presentation to the latest SPEER conference.
San Antonio has published a concise and clear checklist to insure that your planned solar system does not run into interference from your HOA.
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