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Wind energy is now the fastest growing source of power in the United States – representing 43 perc...
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Faced with sky-high electricity rates, small communities across a country known more for garbage tha...
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Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley, the city's Department of Environment and the nonprofit ICLEI-Local G...
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The DOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy's (EERE) Information Center answers questio...
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Right in your own home, you have the power to reduce energy demand, and when you reduce demand, you ...
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Google is investing $280 million to create a fund that will help SolarCity finance more solar i...
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The need for global efficiency within buildings – one of the largest generators of greenhouse gase...
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  Eligibility applicants include homeowners, businesses, public sector and non-profit entities...
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Students in Maryland’s St Mary’s County Public Schools System (SMCPS) have a bright and sunny fu...
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Maine is well situated to make the transition from dirty sources like coal to clean, renewable energ...
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The state of New York has stepped up its funding for incentives to support installation of small win...
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Nonprofits and Green Building: Gates Foundation Earns LEED Platinum For example, in Fall 2011, the...
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This Green Infra­structure Plan presents an alterna­tive approach to improving water quality that ...
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Plug loads can be managed through low- and no-cost measures that are relatively straightforward to i...
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The REAP/EA/REDA Grant Program will provide grants for energy audits and renewable energy developmen...
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