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From Guest Blogger Kara Masterson: Living Green–A Guide to Incorporating Alternative Energy into Your Home Lifestyle

Being green matters. Not only does it help the world, but it also helps you. Making your home a little more eco-friendly can save you money by helping you switch to renewable energy. The following are a few pointers that may

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In Renewables, China Picks Up the Baton that the U.S. Dropped

As pictured here, the Chinese province of Qinghai used only wind, solar and hydroelectric power to supply its population of 5.8 million for seven consecutive days.

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Rule of Thumb for 2017: If You and I Care About It, It’s a Political Non-Starter

Since its inception coming up on eight years ago, 2GreenEnergy has attempted to sort out the issues that affect our civilization’s replacement of fossil fuels with renewables, and this, as we made clear at the start, encompasses the interactivity between

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22nd-Page News: Germany Sets Solar PV Record

Right now it’s tough to get excited about anything else than the single most bizarre thing that’s ever happened in U.S. history, i.e., the firing of the FBI Director, the totally incredible reason provided for it, and what appears to

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From Guest Blogger Lizzie Weakly: Environmental HVAC–How to Go Green with Your Home Heating and Cooling

You want to live in a comfortable house, but you also want to reduce your environmental footprint. The key is to go green with your HVAC system. Go Efficient

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From Guest Blogger Anica Oaks: Four Ways Science Has Revolutionized Solar Tech in the Last 10 Years

The chief obstacles to bringing solar power to mainstream consumers have been low efficiency, storage, and high cost compared to conventional energy grids. Solar panels require hundreds or thousands of photovoltaic cells to capture sunlight, convert it into electrons, and

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From Guest Blogger Hannah Whittenly: Sun Sensations–Four Ways to Go Green with Solar Energy at Home

Going green can seem a bit daunting, especially if you don’t know how to apply these principles at home. At first, it might seem like everything is trying to destroy the planet. However, these four tips will help you make

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Factors Governing Coal Consumption in the U.S.

From today’s Energy News: Despite some evidence of a reviving coal market, it is a sector too tough to read:

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From Guest Blogger Lillian Connors: Roads Towards More Rational Electricity Use

If you are shocked every month you receive an electricity bill, or you care for the environment and are worried about energy consumption or both for that matter, it was high time something was done about how electricity is being

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From Guest Blogger Lizzie Weakly: How Installing a New Roof Can Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

Roofs are one of the most essential items that comprise the structure of your home. Without a sound roof, you’re more than likely to experience problems with heating and cooling your house coupled with high energy bills.

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