Clean Energy News

Efficiency Gains

Energy is on everyone's mind, from politicians to our neighbors, but we are not helpless! The uncertain economy is a perfect time for you to evaluate your own energy use--and find the savings.

Andrew Carnegie spent heavily in down economic times. He built new factories and tuned up his company. When the economic depression ended, Carnegie Steel (later renamed U.S. Steel) was stronger and ready to grow. This is a classic lesson of winter preparation leading to a strong spring.

Grumbling Over Gasoline? Game On!

“Too much.”

Ask nearly anyone how much they spend on gas and the answer’s the same. Americans are spending a fortune to fill our tanks these days, and high prices could stall any hopes of economic recovery.

Communication Vital When Deciding Wind Siting

Deciding where to place turbines, or “siting” (rhymes with “biting”) can be tricky. Issues can arise between developers and landowners. Both parties stand to benefit from wind energy, but friction between the two can delay or doom wind projects.


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