Posts tagged: rooftop solar

An Entirely Renewable Energy Future is Possible, A New Study Says

Written by: Adam Wernick A new study finds that countries around the world could shift their economies entirely to renewable energy sources, such as solar, wind and hydroelectric, by the year 2050. The researchers map out the blend of energy sources that each of 139 countries would need to completely switch their energy to electric power. The […]

Increasing Number of Farms Switching to Solar Power

By: Ashley Robinson Farmers have always followed natural progression when it comes to technology. “(Farmers aren’t) using horses to plow their fields anymore. Solar’s just kind of another step that allows them to be competitive and control the cost that’s a business expense,” said Nathan Jones, solar energy advisor with miEnergy. Jones was at Canada’s Farm […]

What happens in Vegas…

By: Jim Roth It’s been said that “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas,” yet Las Vegas and Nevada are making news that is worth talking about for Oklahoma and elsewhere. In this new era of state-led environmental leadership, one state is getting its renewable energy policies back on track – Nevada. Already a longtime […]

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South Australia Heading to 80% Wind and Solar by 2021/22

By: Giles Parkinson South Australia is not just likely to have already met its target of 50 per cent renewables some eight years ahead of time, it is now heading for an extraordinary penetration rate of 80 per cent wind and solar by 2021. That, at least, is the presumption of the Australian Energy Market […]

10 Predictions for Rooftop Solar in 2017

By:  Barry Cinnamon I got lucky with my predictions for rooftop solar in 2016 — pretty much on target with nine out of the 10 darts that I threw. But this year is shaping up to be much more challenging, with routine solar-coaster turmoil combined with political uncertainty. Looking forward to 2017, my list no […]