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  What were the top solar power stories of 2012? Here’s my list — chime in below if you think differently or have anything...

Clean Power

  This is a guest post by one of our regular, cleantech-obsessed readers, David Fuchs. Clearly, David thinks he’s on to something big. Enjoy...

Clean Power

  With control over 320 megawatts of solar power generating capacity, Florida-based NextEra Energy Resources already calls itself the biggest solar power company in...

Cars

  For some reason, there hasn’t been a lot of news in the past few days…? But there’s been a bit. Here’s a quick...

Air Quality

  Other than our own stories, here’s some top cleantech, climate, and even fossil fuel news of the day: Solar Solar-Powered Prisons in California...

Bicycles

  Other than our own stories (and have a few more of those coming shortly), here’s some top cleantech and climate news from the...

Clean Power

  Here’s some more top solar energy news from the week (other than our own stories — which you can find via the link...

Green Economy

  This article has been reposted from Climate Progress. Last year, $260 billion was invested in clean energy globally, marking the one trillionth dollar put into...

Microgrids

  Editor’s Note: Here’s another great guest post from the crew over at Riverview Consulting. I’ve been wanting to get more coverage of microgrids...

Clean Power

  Here’s some big news from the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) regarding the hugely important wind power production tax credit, which has stimulated...

Buildings

  Lots more solar energy news from the past couple days or so: Solar Projects & Policy Russia To Get 25MW Solar Power Plant: “A...

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