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Key To Success: Millenials

Posted by Alexa Layne on Sep 15, 2017 8:05:00 AM

It is evident that the key to success for clean energy businesses, or any businesses for that matter, is to specifically cater to Millennials. This may not come as a surprise, but Millennials (people about 18-35 years old) are growing up and becoming the leaders and big investors in the United States. This means that understanding the needs and values of this generation, and then molding business practices to that, is crucial.

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Topics: Solar, CleanEnergy, Millennials

Employee Spotlight: Rebecca Noyes

Posted by Alexa Layne on Sep 8, 2017 7:47:00 AM

SolBid is composed of hardworking individuals, each with their own unique story. Today, we are putting the Spotlight on Rebecca Noyes, 
Solar Energy Associate here at SolBid.

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Topics: American Solar, Hardwork, Employee, employee spotlight, rebecca noyes

Painting The Town Red With Solar Paint

Posted by Alexa Layne on Aug 15, 2017 7:00:00 AM

Just when you thought everything had already been invented, researchers at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology introduced a scientific breakthrough to the world. Researchers at RMIT are “painting the town red” with solar paint, a new product they’ve engineered to produce fuel.

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Topics: CleanEnergy, Innovation, SolarPaint

Places Of Higher Education Advocating For Solar

Posted by Alexa Layne on Aug 1, 2017 7:00:00 AM

From coast to coast, colleges and universities have increased their energy efficiency exponentially throughout the years. Recently, we see bigger projects being undertaken. These projects are important in the renewable energy field because not only is it helping increase their facilities energy efficiency and decreasing their carbon footprint, but it also allows the leaders of the future to experience and learn about clean energy.

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Topics: American Solar, college, university, CleanEnergy

Rain Helps Power Solar Cells

Posted by Alexa Layne on Jul 25, 2017 9:00:00 AM

The Future is here! Often times if weather conditions are bad and full of rain clouds, for example, solar panels cannot optimize their energy output. However, recently all this is coming to a halt. There is a new system that actually does not use silicon and allows the panels to harness rain to create energy.

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Topics: sustainability, American Solar, Science, solar technology

A Brief History Of Solar Energy

Posted by Alexa Layne on Jul 18, 2017 4:48:42 PM

It is essential to be comfortable with the growing solar energy industry, and the best way to do that is to understand its history. In 1839, Edmond Becquerel had observed the photovoltaic effect through an electrode in a conductive solution exposed to light. This is the first time we see scientists conduct solar-related research, according to Thought Co.

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Topics: sustainability, American Solar, Science, solar technology

Solar Is The New Corporate Trend

Posted by Alexa Layne on Jul 11, 2017 11:46:15 AM

Some of the most successful corporations are finding themselves investing in solar, decreasing their use of oil and gas, in an effort. to stop global warming and the many harmful causes and effects of climate change.

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Topics: sustainability, Commercial Solar, PPA, American Solar, Going Green

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