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Charity Organization Plans to Install 18,000 Free Solar Panels For Navajo Nation

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By John Vibes
True Activist

Many Native people throughout the US have homes that are entirely off of the electricity grid, so a local organization called Eagle Energy is helping out by distributing kits for solar panels to the Navajo people and other Native groups. 200 more words

December 26 Energy News

Opinion:

¶   “Developing the future of energy today” The world is striving to develop new ways to take advantage of the benefits of sustainable energy, and the use of solar energy and smart grids can create a more efficient and productive world. 481 more words

Nuclear Power

The worlds largest airport-based solar farm in the growing city of Indianapolis !!!!

World’s largest solar farm complete at Indianapolis airport

The world’s largest airport solar farm is now up and running at Indianapolis International Airport.

With the second phase of an expansion now complete, the solar farm more than doubled in size and boasts 76,000 photovoltaic solar panels, according to a news release. 326 more words

Energy

Our House Stars on the Chasers TV show 'The Checkout'

We were watching The Checkout on the ABC the other night and to much excitement our house featured on their episode on Electric Cars. In this episode Craig Reucassel runs out of power in his car on our road and so has to push it past our house to the wind turbines to get a charge. 48 more words

House

Some interesting energy use discoveries in 2014

Sometimes energy makes headlines, sometimes it doesn’t. But it almost always has important implications for the global economy, the environment, and our day-to-day lives.

Here are 10 energy statistics from 2014 that capture some of the most noteworthy trends of the year and that will shape the energy world in the years to come. 545 more words

Clean Energy

New Mexico’s Largest Utility Wants To Charge Solar Owners Up To $30 A Month | Think Progress

Earlier this month, PNM, New Mexico’s largest electricity provider, proposed a distributed solar generation fee that could cost new solar installers $30 a month to connect to the grid. 129 more words

News Reader

Solar Rises in Malaysia During Trade Wars Over Panels

Source: New York Times

Published on 11th December, 2014 by Keith Bradsher

A First Solar project in California. The company is among those with operations in Malaysia, now the third largest supplier of solar equipment. 1,370 more words

Business