Carroll government considers using solar energy – Carroll County Times Carroll County Times – ‎16 hours ago‎

Carroll government considers using solar energy – Carroll County Times

Carroll County Times  – ‎16 hours ago‎
During a meeting with the Carroll County Board of Commissioners last week, Scott Moser, deputy director of the Department of Public Works, presented findings regardingsolar energy to the board. The board previously had asked him to look into the

Solar Energy for the Poor: How Obama Plans to Change Energy — The Motley Fool

Motley Fool  – ‎Jul 12, 2015‎
A dark reality in the solar industry is that in the U.S., cheap, clean energy from the sunhas been reserved mostly for wealthy homeowners and is out of reach for millions of lower-income Americans.

Community solar coming to Xcel Energy customers | Minnesota Public Radio News

Minnesota Public Radio News  – ‎18 hours ago‎
The community solar garden is just one model of solar energy project developing around the state; the electrical cooperative is another.

Obama, Sanders propose boosting solar energy for low, moderate-income

Computerworld  – ‎Jul 10, 2015‎
President Obama and presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) this week announced separate initiatives to help low- and middle-income Americans afford solar power. The White House announced an initiative to increase access to solar energyfor …

Oman producer to work solar energy into its oil drilling

Arkansas Online  – ‎17 hours ago‎
“The oil and gas industry is the next major market for solar energy,” said Rod MacGregor, president of GlassPoint.

Japan Is Pushing Solar Energy By Turning Their Abandoned Golf Courses Into

The Inquisitr  – ‎21 hours ago‎
Since 2010, it seems there’s been a boom in solar energy. Not only is it being considered as a viable energy option that may replace both coal and nuclear energy, but it is being innovated to improve people’s lives.

Incentives spur solar energy growth in Iowa

DesMoinesRegister.com  – ‎Jul 9, 2015‎
In the small town of Pilot Grove, Jenny Steffensmeier’s metal fabrication company will invest $1 million to build a solar array that’s expected to cover all the business’ energyneeds. After about five years, Steffensmeier Welding and Manufacturing

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