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Monthly Archives: July 2012
A Koch-funded study has converted former climate skeptics in the scientific community and led them to the conclusion that warming is on the high-end of estimates and almost exclusively a consequence of human activity. Read More Here or Here
Progress Energy Carolinas has announced plans for accelerating closure of two unscrubbed coal plants in North and South Carolina. Read More
Across the nation, coal plant owners and operators are preparing to retire 175 coal-fired generators representing 27,000 megawatts of capacity by 2016. Read More
Advanced Energy Economy, a national business organization representing the advanced energy industry, has announced the addition of its latest state chapter, the South Carolina Clean Energy Business Alliance. Read More
A diverse group of U.S. cities are pioneering the clean energy economy despite the ongoing absence of a comprehensive national energy policy. Read More
The NC Sustainable Energy Association is hosting a workshop on August 22nd focused on clean energy finance and development. Read More
A new report concludes Duke Energy Carolinas can save their customers $108 billion over the next 20 years by increasing investment in wind, solar, and energy efficiency resources. Read More
San Antonio, TX is expecting significant economic development to accompany the city’s plans for solar energy investment. Read More
The National Renewable Energy Lab is helping schools, hospitals, and retail buildings across the country slash their energy usage by half. Read More
Bill McKibben has penned a sobering, must read article on the scale of the climate change challenges now facing our planet and who is to blame for our collective inaction. Read More