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Smart States Setting the Stage for Solar

Posted by Morgan Burke on Feb 9, 2018 11:17:25 AM

 A report published in December 2017 by the Department of Energy outlines individual state’s commitments to modernizing their electricity grids. Modernization is crucial for utilities to integrate new, cleaner, and more efficient technologies. Due to variance in state agendas, some states are preparing better than others to modernize their electricity grids and integrate new and cost effective technologies.

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Topics: Massachusetts, incentives, department of energy, Innovation, solar policy, distributed energy

Solar Energy and Health Care In Global Perspective

Posted by Rachel Lederer on Dec 19, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Although health is among the most basic of human needs, access to reliable and safe health care is not distributed equally geographically, with displaced populations and many residing in rural areas especially lacking access. About one billion people globally rely on healthcare facilities that lack electricity. Solar energy has the power to change this and to facilitate the process of bringing quality healthcare to vulnerable populations everywhere.

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Topics: solar energy, Innovation, clean energy, health care, global

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

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