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All About Energy

President Trump's Impact on Climate Change Policy

Caroline Haywood Apr 22, 2017 9:08:00 AM
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On Tuesday March the 21st, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that will relax the government's climate policies. The order aims to protect American jobs in the energy industry as part of President Trump’s “America First” plan. However, the cost to the environment could be too high.

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Renewable Energy Goes Mainstream

Caroline Haywood Nov 10, 2016 7:30:00 AM
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Has the weather in your area been unusual lately? Recent storms and a warm October are raising the specter of climate change, and concerns about the 40 billion tons of carbon dioxide we emit every year. 

Fortunately, renewable energy sources like solar, wind, and hydropower are gaining traction. In fact, the world gets nearly 24% of its power from renewables. That's because the cost is now on par with fossil fuels in many places.

If you don't know much about renewable power, now's the time to find out more. It's very likely the future of energy, and a great investment too.

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Will Solar Energy Work For Your Small Business?

Caroline Haywood Sep 22, 2016 7:30:00 AM
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As concerns about climate change grow, many business owners are exploring new ways to integrate renewable energy sources into their operations. Making the leap isn't just good for the environment; it can also make sense for your company's bottom line.

 

Advances in technology have slashed the cost of renewables over the past decade, making wind and solar competitive with fossil fuels.

 

While you may face an upfront cost, "going green" can pay off in the end. Switching to solar is one of the best ways to beat rising energy prices and see a return on your investment.

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Green Energy's Price Tag - Starting at only $18 Trillion

Incite Energy Dec 17, 2015 12:50:44 PM
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With greenhouse gases (GHG’s), radioactive material, and other pollutants impacting the environment, why are we still burning fossil fuels?

 

Part of the reason is infrastructure. It took over a century to build our current energy infrastructure so rebuilding and retrofitting that infrastructure to be 100% green would cost a pretty penny.

 

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