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  1. “Solar Cars” Get Big Boost In California
  2. New Mexico Solar: State Releases NM Homeowner’s Guide to Solar Financing
  3. PV Getting Squeezed Out In Germany
  4. Memo to Abbott: Voters Want More Rooftop Solar, Not Less
  5. Ergon Considers Partial Buy-Back of $1.5bn Solar Feed-in Tariffs
  6. The Reality of Energy Storage Policy Is Different From What Solar-Storage Vendors Expect
  7. The Solar Industry Stands Divided Over California’s 50% Renewable Energy Target
  8. Con Edison: Utility Ownership of Large-Scale Renewables Will Drive Down Costs
  9. Intersolar Digest: 44 Lines About 22 Solar Companies
  10. Dharnai: The Story Of One Solar Village
  11. Rooftop Solar Explained In Graphs
  12. Build Your Own Solar Station


  1. Meet a 91-Year-Old NREL Wind Energy Pioneer
  2. Wind Turbines Likely Banned From Unincorporated Los Angeles County

Renewables (In General)

  1. Conferences On 100% Renewable Energy
  2. “5 Megatrends” For A Global Energy Transition
  3. Renewables Outpace Nuclear in Major World Economies
  4. Feed-in Tariff Reform In Ukraine

Climate Stuffs

  1. June 2015 Hottest on Record: Super El Niño, Heatwaves, Record Precipitation and Drought
  2. Summer Nights Are Heating Up Across U.S.
  3. Recession Caused US Emissions Drop, Study Says
  4. A Low-Carbon Economy Is “attractive in its own right,” Says Lord Stern
  5. Climate Pledge Puts China on Course to Peak Emissions as Early as 2027
  6. Solstice Refrigerant Reduces Greenhouse Gas Emissions


  1. How To Install A Geothermal Heat Pump System
  2. Al Gore’s Dream Begets a New Blue Marble
  3. Oil Prices: The Roller Coaster to Nowhere
  4. Zero Carbon House Defies British Political Leaders
  5. Hempcrete Is The Newest Green Building Material
  6. Firefly Craft: Build A Recycled Firefly Hotel
  7. Greenpeace Investigation Exposes Failure of Fukushima Decontamination Program
  8. LED Startup Bridgelux Acquired by China Electronics Corp.
  9. Solarnia: The Solar Paradise of the Mediterranean

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