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From Guest Blogger Emie-Claude Lamoureux: First Self-Consumption Solar Energy Project in Girona Province, Spain

A small town in Catalonia has financed a self-consumption solar installation through crowdlending services.

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From Guest Blogger Brooke Chaplan: Factory Phenom–How to Manage Efficient and Clean Production Facilities

Clean and efficient production facilities help to boost profitability. When maintaining your factory, there are many actions you can take. Keep these four solutions in mind for boosting energy and production efficiency. Weatherization

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The Brightest Spot in the Developing World: Distributed, Clean Energy

2GreenEnergy super-support Gary Tulie writes: Here’s good news from rural Kenya. Yes, that’s fantastic; it’s precisely what I’ve been so anxious to see happen in the developing world. It’s a huge, multifaceted win:

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Making Our Way Towards Sustainability

The populations in most countries are becoming increasingly eco-conscious, as evidenced by reports like this one,  indicating that there are now more bicycles than cars in Copenhagen.  To be fair, it’s possible that a cause on this is the 100%

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A Contributed Post: Home Heating–How to Combine Style, Function, and Clean Energy

Heating your home is just one of the necessary plights facing home owners and business owners. There different methods of home heating, as well as different solutions for heating systems, installations and units for your home and business. If you

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From Guest Blogger Ash: Tips for a Sustainable Wedding

The thought of a wedding brings a smile to almost anyone’s face. Celebrating lasting love, weddings are special days indeed. Usually, a lot of planning goes into the any wedding, but what most people don’t think of is the impact

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From Guest Blogger Randy Carlson: Solar Osmosis–a Better Drought Solution for the Southwest

America’s Southwest is running out of water. Reservoirs are drying up, and our population continues to grow. Our cities, our high-value agriculture, our environment and our future all depend on water resources we don’t have. One abundant resource the Southwest

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NextGen Climate

Today is the 84th anniversary of the discovery of antimatter, i.e., particles that are the opposite of matter which we experience in our daily lives, and that mutually annihilate when brought into contact with it. Of course, we use the term

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The Migration to Renewable Energy Isn’t All Smooth Sailing

A reader asks re: my post on the good news in renewables:  Lots of recent progress with solar but what about that setback in your California backyard that involved a fire in the big tower of power? What went wrong

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The Love Affair Between Big Money and Politics Will Soon Be Over

There must be 200 posts here since 2GE’s inception in 2009 dealing with the imperative to remove Big Money from U.S. politics.  The reason? Though we happen to be focused on renewable energy here, the American people will never get

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