After spending most of 2016 wasting millions on a failed campaign designed to trick consumers into giving up their rights to solar panels, FPL is now hiking rates despite already bringing in profits of more than $1.5 billion per year. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
Atop their soon-to-open Sweetwater store, the installation is South Florida\’s largest solar array and the 40th solar project for IKEA in the U.S. with the retailer\’s continuing commitment to being energy independent by 2020. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
Globally, IKEA has committed to 157 wind turbines and has installed around 550,000 solar panels on its buildings, and in fiscal year 2013, IKEA produced enough renewable energy to match 37 percent of its consumption. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
From big-box retailers to high-tech manufacturers, more companies across the country are producing their own power. Since 2006, the number of electricity-generation units at commercial and industrial sites has more than quadrupled to roughly 40,000 from about 10,000. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE.
This November, Walgreens will open a new store in Evanston, Illinois, but it won’t be just another store. This unique building will attempt to be the first by a major retailer in the U.S. to generate more energy than it consumes, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE.
To answer the question of how the costs and benefits of solar improvements are apportioned usually needs to begin with how such improvements are paid for. One California company says they have constructed a boilerplate to address this problem. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE.
Homes being built in a New York Hudson Valley cul-de-sac offer prospective buyers wooded lots, pretty views and — oh, yes! — the promise of thumbing your nose at the power utility. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
You may not buy the notion of athletes as role models, but the green movement is quick to identify sports and its venues as just that. It\’s one of the most culturally influential sectors in the country and the world. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE