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When you think of Texas you probably think of cowboys, pickup trucks, football, and oil, among other things of course. What you probably don’t think of is wind power, but you should. Even though oil is certainly the main fuel source that comes to mind, it isn’t the only player in the state these days. When it comes to...
Across the U.S. cities, both large and small, are pledging to run all public buildings on renewable energy by 2030. The latest city to join that pledge would also be the largest as Chicago has pledged to have all government buildings running on clean energy by 2025. The public buildings in Chicago account for 8% of the cities total...
Tesla is a very busy company these days. Not only did they start taking orders on their solar roof project, recently upgraded their Powerwall, drawing up new vehicle designs, including a pickup, and overtook both Ford and GM in the stock market, but their partnership with Panasonic is also showing results. Since Tesla acquired Solar City and partnered with...
Whether they are custom built from scratch, 3D printed, utilize found materials, or are converted shipping containers, there seems to be no shortage of options for those interested in tiny homes these days, and with a more competitive market, there seems to be an option for most budgets, from just a few thousand for the most basic of shelters,...
Not long ago we reported on the Kentucky Coal Museum’s plans to install solar panels in order to help cut their costs, which has more than just a touch of irony, especially in the current climate where our President is essentially campaigning on reviving the coal industry. Well, now one of the largest coal companies in Kentucky is planning...