Solar Panels to be Installed on White House

  The White House is preparing to install solar panels on its roof, three weeks after the Obama Administration first announced its intention to do so.   The panels are being installed to “improve overall energy efficiency” of the building. Solar panels were first installed by President Jimmy Carter in 1979, but were taken down […]

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Kansas Wind Power Needs a Boost

  In a recent article published in the Washington Post, columnist Jim Malewitz examines how wind power efforts in Kansas needs a boost of electric power lines.   "Kansas has more wind energy potential than any state except Texas, but eight states generate more total megawatts of wind power."   Part of the problem is […]

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Renewable Energy to Double or Triple in 6 Years

  In 2016, electrical generation will largely come from renewables, according to the International Energy Agency's (IEA) Medium-Term Renewable Energy Market Report. Solar and wind will surpass natural gas, doubling nuclear output and coming in second only to coal in power generation.   Global renewable electricity generation is expected to grow from 4,860 terawatt-hours in 2012 […]

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220 New Gigawatts of Solar Generation by 2018

A recent Navigant Research report anticipates that the world will add 220 new gigawatts (GW) of solar energy by 2018, creating about $540 billion in the process. The report also anticipates that solar projects under one megawatt will more than double the world's solar capacity that is now online. Much of the recent solar growth […]

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Geothermal Saves $117 Million Per Year

California and Nevada are saving $118 million per year in generating geothermal energy. According to a new study by the Geothermal Energy Association, the reduction of pollutants leads to cost savings external to market considerations. In the U.S., California leads the way in installed geothermal capacity with 2732.2 megawatts, and gets $87.5 million per year […]

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The Greenest Organizations in the U.S.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released an updated list of the top 50 organizations in the U.S. that uses renewable energy. The EPA defines "green power" as renewable energy sources with the highest environmental benefits including solar, wind, geothermal, biogas, biomass, and hydro. The rankings were listed in order of annual green power usage […]

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Missouri Lags in Wind Development

When it comes to wind development, Missouri lags behind its neighbors, according to a new report. The American Wind Association's 2012 Annual Market report shows that Kansas, Iowa, and Illinois have each added at least 1,400 megawatts each. The last wind farm in Missouri was the 150 megawatt Lost Creek wind farm. It is also […]

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Utilities Are Embracing Solar Energy

A recent report from the U.S. Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) highlights the new utility interest in solar power. Every year, SEPA ranks utilities across the nation in terms of how much solar energy they have incorporated into their user base. "Together, the top 10 account for 73 percent of all of the solar capacity […]

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Americans Want More Emphasis on Renewable Energy

Two in three Americans want the U.S. to put more emphasis on producing domestic energy using solar (76%), wind (71%), and natural gas (65%). The least favored energy production method included oil (46%), nuclear power (37%), and coal (31%). The Gallup poll asked participants whether the U.S. should put more, less, or about the same […]

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