Unions have been less than receptive to action on climate change. Eugene M. Trisko is a globally well-known environmental and legislative consultant who represented the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) in testimony before the U.S. House Energy and Environment Subcommittee of the Committee on Energy and Commerce.

Congratulations to Bishop Verot Vikings from Fort Myers, FL for wining the FGCU High School Solar Go-Cart Challenge! Looks like the LG solar panels did well! The Bishop Verot Catholic High School team won the speed race, the endurance relay race, and the overall grand championship.

Roof-Tech has introduced a new and revolutionary way to quickly and efficiently mount solar electric modules onto asphalt roofs. By way of their NO-RAIL design, they have done away with solar panel installation hassle and expenditure!

Sometimes environmentalists are perceived as though they are asking the rest of the world to make grand sacrifices and live on leaves, berries and tofu. This tends to be the stereotype. However, environmentalists are solely trying to come up with a plan that will provide a more promising future where if sacrifices are needed, it is for something even better.

GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) recently released the U.S. Solar Market Insight Report citing some exciting news! If California was a nation, it would rank sixth in the world for installed solar capacity.

Have you ever heard of “net metering?” Net metering is slightly different depending on your location but the basic idea is that utilities have to buy rooftop solar power from customers who produce it, at current retail electric rates. If someone generates as much power as he consumes, his utility bill can zero out. Currently 44 states and Washington, DC have mandatory net metering and utilities in three of the remaining states allow some form of it.

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