Clean energy

The increasing number of investor tools focusing on sustainabie businesses should tell corporations, their directors and shareholders around the world that s

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A third-party can build and own a solar system and sell the power to Dominion Virginia Power. That would be a first in Virginia.

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A sea-change is brewing in Florida and it’s shaping up to be the most closely watched 2016 referendum on any state’s election ballot. Solar advocates are on track to ask voters to permit entities other than monopoly utilities to sell power generated by solar energy systems in the Sunshine State. With strong support by the…

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Roanoke, Virginia Tea Party activists are dominating some discussions about sustainability in a region influenced heavily by coal miners and utilities reliant on coal-fired power plants.

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More than 2,500 homeowners have inquired about joining a coop leading to 1,511 on-site rooftop evaluations. At least 283 systems have been installed, or contracts signed, representing 1.42 megawatts worth of new solar power capacity. The local economic impact: more than $4.6 million in sales

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Among the things that irk Debbie Dooley the most: How mostly Republican state lawmakers opposed to solar energy benefit – and stay in office – thanks in large part to campaign contributions from investor-owned utilities.

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Another state in the Southeast U.S. is recognizing the economic and environmental benefits of solar energy as commissioners, utilities and stakeholders in South Carolina are ironing out details of a new solar law that enables third-party leasing and contemplates the state’s two investor owned-utilities utilities, collectively, installing an estimated 300 megawatts (MW) of renewable energy…

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