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Make Every Day Earth Day — Join The Cleantech Revolution!

April 23rd, 2019 | by Jeremy Bloom

Happy day after Earth Day! We’ve been celebrating this semi-holiday dedicated to the planet we live on (and keeping it green and healthy for all of us) for 49 years now, and during that time, we’ve seen a lot of positive solutions put into place — and we've seen some big problems get a lot worse (like climate change)


NEXTracker Inaugurates Expanded Bifacial Solar Test Facility

April 23rd, 2019 | by Charles W. Thurston

NEXTracker, the fastest selling solar tracker in the world, inaugurated its expanded bifacial solar test facility at its Center for Solar Excellence in Fremont, CA, April 22 to celebrate Earth Day. The test bed includes 20 different bifacial test scenarios, including multiple panel types from Longi, JA Solar, and Jinko, says Dan Shugar, the founder of the company


In The Aftermath Of Earth Day

April 28th, 2014 | by Guest Contributor

By Vic Shao Celebrating Earth Day often feels like New Year’s Eve. We all get excited, drink some environmental kool-aid and make [&hellip


Earth Day — Say What?

April 20th, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan

  For those of us writing about the environment every day, Earth Day is a bit of a strange concept. [&hellip


Clean Energy Goes Mainstream with Earth Day

May 27th, 2011 | by David L Roberts

All of us are beneficiaries of the paradigm shifts of credit cards and ATM’s; desktop computing and the Internet. For each of these widespread social shifts there were risk-taking start-up companies and “early adopter” consumers that helped lead social and economic change. In the case of today’s clean energy and energy conservation movement, we’ve come a long way from tree hugging by unshaven men (and women), saving the whales (and otters), Greenpeace and recycling in a few tangentially interested California neighborhoods. Going green has become more than an idealistic cause by the liberal left, to more broadly being recognized as an economic imperative



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