Day: March 7, 2016

Recent French Law Passed Encourages Solar Installation

Europe has been at the forefront of leading a movement surrounded towards a smarter, more efficient power grid that’s heavily based on renewable energy as opposed to coal or nuclear power plants. There’s more than enough reliance on solar power in Europe that solar eclipses have the potential to cause gigawatt-scale power fluctuations. France, on …

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What is Solar’s Duck Curve?

The state of California is currently dealing a unique situation with their grid called the “Duck Curve.” The Duck Curve, which was recently brought to the table, has a historic opportunity to modernize the grid while encouraging innovation and creative thinking. What is the Duck Curve? The “duck curve” graph, as it’s known in energy …

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President Obama’s Clean Air Act

The Clean Power Plan sets achievable standards to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 32% from 2005 levels by 2030. By setting these goals and enabling states to create tailored plans to meet, Obama’s plan has focused around protecting the health of American families, boosting the economy, and saving the average American family money. Missouri’s Plan …

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Energy Services for Commercial Businesses

Traditional Pricing for Commercial Energy Audits

Energy audits are performed for commercial building owners for a variety of reasons, but mainly focus around the thought of being able to reduce operation expenses. A building’s energy audit will determine which types of practices are the best for building energy efficiency within the property. Not only will it give you the opportunity to …

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