Daily Archives: January 19, 2019

What Changed In The Solar & Energy Storage Industries In 2018?

By Zachary Shahan I started covering the solar energy industry seriously in 2009. It seemed like a hopping, exciting time in the industry — growth was exploding. I remember one early story in which readers admonished me a little because I put “Solar Power Exploding” in a headline, and they thought I was referring to…

Looking to put roots in the ground and live closer with nature

By Greg Cumbers Hello, For the last two years, I’ve been volunteering around the UK and France, learning traditional timber framing key skills and techniques by collaborating on real building projects. My aim is to be part of a movement that is addressing the social and environmental issues that we face and move towards a…

Consumers Know Jack About Electric Cars (Video)

By Nexus Media The telephone should have been an instant hit. It revolutionized human communication overnight, and yet it took decades to catch on. AT&T president Theodore Vail blamed meager sales on public ignorance. No one knew how to use the phone, he said Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Clean Technica

Vent de fronde contre l’éolien #FRA

By National Wind Watch D’ici à 2028, le gouvernement veut multiplier par 2,5 les capacités de production d’électricité par des éoliennes terrestres, faisant passer de 6 à 15% la part d’électricité éolienne dans le mix énergétique français. Une ambition qui se heurte toutefois à la fronde des riverains, dans les campagnes, en raison des nuisances…

Tesla Model 3 vs. Honda Accord … Flying Tesla Roadster … Tesla 75D Vehicles vs. Supercharging V3 — #CleanTechnica Top 20

By Zachary Shahan The top, most popular, most clicked stories of the past week here on CleanTechnica were about the Tesla Model 3, Tesla Roadster 2, Tesla Supercharging, Tesla Model S, other electric vehicles coming to invade Europe, the cost-competitiveness of solar + storage, and more. Scroll through the headlines and click the links to…

Don’t spend more money than you need to: use Cut My Bill

By Solar Reviews The average residential electricity bill in the United States is roughly $113 per month–or $1,351 a year. Of course, if you live in a place that requires significant air conditioning or heating–and/or in a state with high electricity rates–your actual bill is likely much higher. Nobody wants to be spending more on…

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