Saturday, April 6, 2013

Top Cleantech Stories Of The Day!

Top cleantech news of the day from CleanTechnica, the world's #1 cleantech or clean energy website:


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Twitter Co-Founder's Parents Goes Solar

Reposted from Solar Love: Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey was celebrating the completion of a new 25 kilowatt solar power system on the rooftop of his parents’ business, MA Tech Services, at around 9am this morning in downtown St. Louis. The new solar system was designed and installed by the local solar energy company Brightenergy. It’s estimated that it will generate 32,291 kilowatt-hours of electricity a year, enough to offset 100% of the business’s energy needs. The … Read More

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US Army Blows Away The Renewable Energy Competition

We’ve been noticing for the past few years now that the Army, Navy, and Air Force have been in hot competition to see which branch of the armed services can install the most renewable energy, with the Coast Guard and Marine Corps also involved. Well, it looks like this week’s bragging rights go to the Army. Fort Bliss in Texas has just announced that it will get the single largest military renewable energy project ever … Read More

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Majority Of Republicans Feel America Should Address Climate Change

The analysis of environmental polls and surveys conducted in the US often focus on the political split between Democrats and Republicans. Unsurprisingly, really, given the public divide between the two parties and the almost Messianic qualities attributed to any one particular candidate, qualities that are as easily described as satanic by the opposition.  So it was a bit of a surprise the other day when a recent survey conducted by the Center for Climate Change … Read More

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