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A financing program that’s let more than 180,000 homeowners pay for solar panels and clean-energy appliances through their local tax bills is poised to survive an effort by Republicans to add regulations that would have effectively shut it down. The program, known as Property Assessed Clean Energy, had faced a challenge from U.S. senators led… Read More C-PACE “Mortgage lenders worry that PACE financing moves to the head of the queue in the case of a bankruptcy, ahead of their loans”
promoting Tesla Solar Panels, Solar Roof and Powerwall… Read More Inverter Changed on Rooftop Solar System
The wonderful Springs Preserves invited us to join their Youth Water Summit, held in the Desert Living Center, Sunday 11/19/17. Luis Varela-Rico, Patty Dominguez, Sully Park and Davi-May Messinger joined our table to talk with students about our public art project (Mountains Edge Baseball Park) that incorporates renewable energy, Clark County Public Art and STEM… Read More Renewable Envoy at Youth Water Summit
environmentalists are now highly motivated… Read More Early Signs That 2018 Will Be The Year Of The Climate Voter
Nathaniel Stinnett knows he’s preaching to the choir. The problem is, even believers don’t always show up for church. Dismayed by how low environmental concerns like climate change, pollution and pipelines rank on surveys of voter priorities, Stinnett founded the nonpartisan Environmental Voter Project three years ago on the hunch that a substantial number… Read More “Environmental voters have the potential to overwhelm the electorate.”
At the National Governors Association Summer Meeting in July, Elon Musk claimed that the U.S. can run solely on solar energy. “If you wanted to power the entire U.S. with solar panels,” he said, “it would take a fairly small corner of Nevada or Texas or Utah; you only need about 100 miles by 100 miles… Read More Can Elon Musk’s solar roof tiles replace fossil fuels in housing?