EU Emissions Drop As Economy Grows
The EU annual climate action progress report titled: Two years after Paris — Progress towards meeting the EU’s climate commitments, states that the European Union cut their emissions 23% as the economy grew 53% from 1990 to 2016, proving again that taking action on the environment does not have to affect …
New Novo Solar Location in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Novo Solar Solutions is pleased to announce that we will be opening a new location in the Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco area of Mexico. Our new location will be locally operated by Eduardo Sanchez and Mark Tizya as well as all the new staff that we will need to hire. …
Solar Power Video Explains Recent Breakthroughs
Solar power is becoming increasing viable around the world. Investment in residential solar panels, commercial solar installations, large solar farms and solar mega projects is increasing year over year due to market forces and improved technological advances. The video below entitled “The Truth about Solar” is not a short …
Oil to Heat Pump Programs Needs Solar Incentive
There is a program running called the Oil to Heat Pump Incentive Program. It is funded by the Ministry of Energy and Mines’ Innovative Clean Energy (ICE) Fund. According to their website, at oiltoheatpump.ca the program is designed to support the B.C. government’s energy, economic, environmental, and greenhouse gas reduction priorities and …
Shell Prepares for Peak Oil Demand
As countries around the world make pledges to halt the sale of internal combustion engines, Royal Dutch Shell is preparing for a world in which oil price is “lower forever”. The boss of Shell, Ben Van Beurden, is moving his company towards renewable energy and the electric vehicle industry. According …
World’s Largest Battery in South Australia
South Australia is moving ahead with a $1billion solar farm and also installing the 129MWh lithium-ion battery, which will become the largest in the world.
Solar Industry Brings Decentralized Electricity Back to the Forefront
New technologies are slowly grabbing a small slice of the market share of electricity generation and distribution. But this has not been without it’s challenges.
Does Tesla’s Solar Roof Make Economic Sense?
The new Tesla Solar Roof has been making headlines since it was officially launched in 2016. But what do the numbers say?
Electric Driverless Cars to Take Over Roads by 2030
Technology, not climate policies will drive the move to autonomous electric cars. Market forces are bringing it about with a speed and ferocity that governments could never hope to achieve.
SolarCity’s Highly Efficient Solar Panels
SolarCity is the already the leading installer of residential solar panels in the US. And with their new Gigafactory in NewYork, they are set to become a manufacturer and supplier for everything solar, from making the panels to installation on rooftops. Capable of making 10,000 solar panels a day, …
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