Italy is taking over Germany!

Posted on August 24, 2011, by All Energy

Germany has been the power house of solar a long time running, but watch out because Italy is poised to take over the title!

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What's up with Solar in Wisconsin?

Posted on August 21, 2011, by All Energy

What's up Wisconsin?  You had such a great Focus on Energy program that supported solar and renewable energy projects.  The Ashland current writes,  "So far this year, RENEW says the state's Legislature has reduced funding for Focus on Energy, suspended the statewide rule regulating the permitting of wind turbines, and weakened the state’s renewable energy standard by allowing utilities to count Canadian hydropower toward their requirements."  With the Focus on Energy program fully funded, jobs in clean energy had increased by 4,000 jobs and they had accounted for, "2.7 percent of all jobs in the state, compared with 2.5 percent for Iowa, 2.1 percent for Minnesota, 1.9 percent for both Indiana and Michigan, and 1.8 percent for Illinois."  The wages for these jobs were also higher than the average job ($37,931 versus $35,906).  And of course solar doesn't emit pollution into the air we breathe, always a good thing!

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What do you think? Is the social entrepreneurship model the right path toward fixing problems facing developing countries? Or are NGOs and charities the way to go?

Posted on August 15, 2011, by All Energy

Take a look at this cool new solar light bulb that lasts five years and is inexpensive enough to be purchased by developing countries without access to electricity.  Stephen Katsaros invented the bulb and decided that social entrepreneurship is the path toward fixing problems facing developing countries.  He sells his battery powered LED light supply to non-profits and NGOs, for a profit, who then sell the product to some of the 1.4 billion people without access to electricity.   "He believes in creating 'smaller entrepreneurs around the globe' that can further foster local economic growth, according to an Aug. 14 CNN report.

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"The Cost of Solar Power is Dropping, While the Price of Nearly Every Other Energy Source is Increasing"

Posted on August 14, 2011, by All Energy

"The Cost of Solar Power is Dropping, While the Price of Nearly Every Other Energy Source is Increasing"  Think about this, that means that with solar panels on your roof, each subsequent year will yield a greater cost savings to the solar powered home owner.

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What if you loved Solar as much as we do?

Posted on August 10, 2011, by All Energy

While I am not sure if it is possible to love solar as much as we do, for those that come close it is interesting to imagine that some homeowners associations might try to prevent some people from putting up solar.  We have never run into such a problem, but apparently, in rare instances this has happened.  Check it out here: Homeowners Associations and then check us out www.allenergysolar.com.

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What does it mean that All Energy Solar is NABCEP certified?

Posted on July 27, 2011, by All Energy

When looking at a solar installer, you may ask yourself, how do I know that they are certified installers?

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Solar powers AC for big companies and homeowners alike!

Posted on July 20, 2011, by All Energy

In the summer months we start to see our electric bills skyrocket.  Isn't it interesting that the this big ball of burning gas can actually help cool us down even as we are heating up!  Because the sun is higher in the sky during the summer months, solar powered homes and businesses can take advantage of their solar systems producing the most amount of energy for them when them when they need it the most.

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What Feed-in Tariffs Could Do for Japan's Electricity Shortage

Posted on April 28, 2011, by All Energy

By: Paul Gipe - April 18, 2011

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China's Installing Frenzy of Wind Turbines

Posted on April 19, 2011, by All Energy

Posted by Greener Tomorrow on April 13th, 2011

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Google Invests in World's Largest Solar Power Tower Plant

Posted on April 12, 2011, by All Energy

Google has just sealed a deal to invest $168 million in a Mojave Desert solar energy plant. The investment is going to BrightSource Energy, a company that develops and operates large-scale solar power plants, specifically to fund its Ivanpah project.

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