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October 27, 2015
Posted by Seth Leitman

During my years as the Green Living Guy and an expert in solar, I have seen technologies, as well as companies, come and go. Yet today with cheaper solar, this is an amazing time for solar power. It’s never been cheaper and as widely considered the real alternative to coal, oil or nuclear. However it’s not fully affordable for all. Now while there is talk of Community Solar, technologies are also disrupting this market segment […]

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Energy, Medicine    September 29, 2015
Posted by Brian Wang

A Huge Leap Forward is possible for the bottom 2 billion people within 5 to 10 years Two thirds of the rural population in developing countries are without electricity. This leaves limited options for lighting. Many turn to kerosene or paraffin oil. It was estimated that 88 billion liters of kerosene are burned purely for […]

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Energy    January 14, 2015
Posted by Jeff St. John

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been covering Southern California Edison’s2.2-gigawatt grid services procurement for its West Los Angeles Basin region. With hundreds of megawatts of distributed solar power, energy storage, demand response and energy efficiency, SCE wants to manage local grid constraints, reduce carbon emissions, and test the ability of targeted, customer-sited and distributed […]

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Energy    October 20, 2014
Posted by Brian Bakst for the Associated Press

Rather than relying on people forking over thousands for a few glass panels atop their homes or businesses, gardens will allow them to claim a slice of a bigger solar array through subscriptions. While the electricity produced goes into the general power grid, subscribers get breaks on their monthly bills based on their share of […]

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