Author Archives: Andrew

House, Senate Democrats Introduce Carbon Pricing Discussion Draft

March 13th, 2013 | by Andrew

The carbon tax debate continues in the US Congress as sponsors and stakeholders assert carbon-pricing legislation would address the most challenging, and interrelated, problems facing the US today. Amounting to a tax on carbon emissions, the discussion draft's sponsors are soliciting public feedback on how best to allocate proceeds


NREL Readies Launch Of World’s Most Energy-Efficient High-Performance Data Center

March 12th, 2013 | by Andrew

Taking a holistic, integrated approach to sustainable data center design and construction, NREL's HPC data center will be the first to achieve a Power Usage Effectiveness of 1.06 or better. It will also be the first petascale HPC to use warm-water liquid cooling, making extensive use of waste heat to warm the interior and exterior of NREL's new Energy Systems Integration Facility


“Solar Freedom Now” Unveils Plan For Cutting Red Tape, Solar PV Soft Costs 50%

March 8th, 2013 | by Andrew

Establishing a single national policy and regulatory standard for residential solar energy systems that grants "homeowners the right to install a standardized, under 10 kW system, using UL-listed components, following National Electrical Code standards, installed by a qualified contractor subject to a single local inspection," should be the first step taken, SFN contends



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