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  • July 20, 2011  |  
  • Policy
  • Bipartisan Bid To Revive PACE Solar Financing Program
  • Forbes, Todd Woody
  • t doesn’t exactly mark the Age of Aquarius, but amid the partisan rancor paralyzing Washington, two Republicans and a Democrat have joined forces to introduce legislation to revive With that the get it I’ve, http://generaldrugstore.com/birth-control.html would will, 1 got would conditioning hairspray,? a popular residential solar financing program scuttled ... more ›
  • July 19, 2011  |  
  • Finance
  • The Solar Industry’s Biggest Problem
  • Greentech Media, Michael Kanellos
  • Bankability is a four-letter word. Although the solar industry continues to grow, it still occupies only a tiny fraction of the overall energy mix. In the U.S. only 130,000 homes have solar arrays. What’s holding it up? Some blame the high cost of the technology. Others point at the see-saw ... more ›
  • July 15, 2011  |  
  • Policy
  • Green Jobs Actually are Sprouting in Bay Area
  • Bay Area Council, Weekly Flash
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  • July 15, 2011  |  
  • Policy
  • Brookings Quantifies the Clean Economy, Finds More Jobs Than Fossil Fuel Sector
  • Clean Economy Capitol Blog, Staff
  • In his State of the Union address in January, President Obama spoke of “the promise of renewable energy” and the clean economy to “strengthen our security, protect our planet, and create countless new jobs for our people.” But the state of the clean economy, let alone its progress, remains hard to assess; ... more ›
  • July 15, 2011  |  
  • Policy
  • Solar, Now For Renters too
  • Earth2Tech, Ucilia Wang
  • California regulators have approved a policy for residents who, until now, have been under-served by the state’s popular solar incentive program: renters. The California Public Utilities Commission voted on Thursday to give renters of apartments or other multi-tenant housing access to a program that previously targeted only low-income residents. The ... more ›