Corporations’ Hunger for Clean Power Has Never Been Bigger

Climate Changed Corporations couldn’t be any clearer: They want cheap renewable energy. Companies and government agencies last year signed contracts to buy 13.4 gigawatts of clean power, comparable to Nevada’s total generating capacity. That easily shattered the prior record of 6.1 gigawatts that was set in 2017, according to a report Monday by BloombergNEF. The contracts still account for just a fraction of the total electricity corporations use. Even a group of companies that has pledged to ultimately get 100 percent of their power from renewables still relies on other resources for about two-thirds of its demand. The tech giants … Continue reading Corporations’ Hunger for Clean Power Has Never Been Bigger

Desert Diamond Complex Grand Opening

The Desert Diamond Complex at Mountain’s Edge Regional Park will have it’s grand opening this Saturday, December 22nd at 11:30 am In February we will have an evening event for the sculpture unveiling. Organic Study II by Las Vegas artist, … Continue reading Desert Diamond Complex Grand Opening

Solar Energy Adds to the Artwork

In December our public artwork, designed by local artist Luis Varela-Rico, will be installed at the Desert Diamond Complex next to the Mountain’s Edge Regional Park in Las Vegas, Nevada. The sculpture by Luis is called “Organic Study II”, this sculpture … Continue reading Solar Energy Adds to the Artwork

Tesla Solar Roof Owner Reveals the Cost and Surprising Savings in New Video

Originality Published  One of the first owners of a Tesla Solar Roof says he’s “amazed” by the product, revealing the surprising usage statistics behind the company’s blend-in tiles. Tri Huynh, a senior manager at Nvidia that made headlines in March when he … Continue reading Tesla Solar Roof Owner Reveals the Cost and Surprising Savings in New Video

Desert Diamond’s Jewel – Public Art

Clark County’s first baseball diamond 4-plex. Located next to Mountains Edge Regional Park, the Desert Diamonds Baseball Complex will be completed in 2018. The $16 million project will include natural turf, bleachers, lights and sun shade. One field will meet … Continue reading Desert Diamond’s Jewel – Public Art