The final stages of our installation has began. Soon we will add our solar panels to the top of this stunning sculpture. The solar panels will collect energy form the sun and store this renewable energy in a battery. The … Continue reading Organic Study II
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
As commercial solar energy continues to grow, there are signs that rooftop solar installations may be slowing as political attacks create roadblocks. Policy changes are seeking to drive up the costs of residential solar and make it unaffordable for many … Continue reading The troubling ‘tactics’ politicians are using to attack rooftop solar
For about three hours on August 21st, power grid operators across the United States will be confronted with a sudden drop in available electricity, owing to the first coast-to-coast solar eclipse in nearly a century. Power disruptions are not expected, but … Continue reading Will America’s Epic Eclipse Impact Our Electric Grid?
When President Trump said last week that the U.S. would continue to be “the cleanest” country on Earth despite pulling out of the Paris climate accord, building a solar-paneled border wall probably wasn’t what most people had in mind. But, apparently, that … Continue reading Border Wall Covered in Solar Panels
Washington may be showing less interest in alternative fuels, but the worldwide picture is dramatically different. Should the world promote economic growth or fight climate change? That model of “either/or” thinking may be losing its validity faster than even some … Continue reading Renewable energy at a ‘tipping point’
The first week in December the Nevada Conservation League will host several Town Halls about the state of Clean Energy in Nevada. I’m happy to say I’ve been invited to join one of the panels, and I’m looking forward to … Continue reading Clean Energy Town Halls