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  • To commemorate National Energy Action Month, we're featuring some scarily effective ways to save energy at home. As cooler weather lurks around the corner, tune in to energy.gov throughout the month of October for ways to save energy and money -- and avoid cold weather terrors like energy vampires. We also put together some energy-themed pumpkin pa...Read more
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  • In general, the process of going solar described in the book is about converting liabilities into assets. You showed yourself [in the previous chapter] you have the money for energy already. You already spend it every month. A utility bill is a liability. A drain to your pocket. You pay each month to stay in the game. It doesn.t move you forward, a...Read more
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  • Solar panels are an energy saving home power solution that can help dramatically reduce both your power bill and your carbon footprint. Installing them is relatively simple and although their one-time installation cost may be high, long term prices for these panels are remarkably reasonable. Many commercial and residential dwellings use solar panel...Read more
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  • How your day-to-day decisions affect the climate is hard to access and measure. How your day-to-day decisions impact your finances is significant, direct, and can be measured precisely. Our focus will now be on money, your money. If you are connected to the grid, each month you pay a bill for the consumed energy. The prices might be more or less vo...Read more
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  • The country's largest wireless carrier is on a mission to also be its greenest. Verizon Wireless Inc. announced on Monday that it will invest $40 million into 10.2 megawatts (MW) of solar power in five states across the country. The solar installations at eight Verizon network facilities in California, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New ...Read more
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  • Californians who want to put solar panels on their roofs could benefit from a state bill headed to the governor's desk.The Legislature on Thursday passed the Solar Permitting Efficiency Act, which promises to streamline the solar permitting process throughout California. Industry officials say that could save each customer $1,000 or more on the cos...Read more
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  • Solar costs continue to drop, with large-scale systems costing four times less than what they did in 2009. Further cost reductions by 2020 are expected to bring the cost down to between $50 - $70 per MWh, making solar the cheapest energy in the world. Global solar power costs have fallen dramatically over the last five years, thanks to lower module...Read more
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  • Solar power - clean, reliable, and increasingly affordable - is experiencing remarkable growth across the U.S. Solar power generates electricity with no global warming pollution, no fuel costs, and no risks of fuel price spikes, and has the potential to help move the country toward cleaner, reliable, and affordable sources of electricity. Small-sca...Read more
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  • A decade ago, the solar industry was almost nonexistent in the U.S. There was a large solar thermal power plant in the Mojave Desert that was completed in 1984; but between then and around 2008, there was almost no solar activity in the U.S. That all changed as costs quickly dropped for solar energy, and solar panel prices fell. Today, solar power ...Read more
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  • An "emergency rule," that went into effect on July 1, is expected to increase the average solar installer's business by 10% to 30%. The state Building Code Council made it possible for homeowners to install rooftop solar power systems without an engineer's approval. This saves them between $500 to $2,500 in fees, and eliminates up to eight weeks of...Read more
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