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AUG 2015
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SunEdison has partnered with Google on their new solar mapping tool, Project Sunroof.

Project Sunroof is a new online tool that Google is testing to help homeowners explore whether they should go solar.

14
AUG 2015
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Across the U.S., cities and towns have been rolling out hundreds of renewable energy projects aimed at lowering their annual energy costs, improving community health, and creating jobs. Get some tips on how to start this kind of project in your own town.  

05
AUG 2015
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently finalized its ambitious Clean Power Plan, but many U.S. cities and towns have been rolling out their own clean power plans for some time. Learn how their early successes point to the larger promise of the EPA's plan.

30
JUL 2015
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Right now in the U.S., there’s one very small, very quick action you can take that will have a very large, positive impact on the nation’s economy, health, and energy supply. Don’t miss this once-in-a-blue-moon opportunity. 

24
JUL 2015
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When a household gains access to electricity for the first time, it's a boon to the entire family, but some studies show that electricity can elevate the quality of life for women and girls in particular. Find out how. 

 

23
JUL 2015
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U.S. President Barack Obama and Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, announced the two countries’ pledge to fight climate change.

22
JUL 2015
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It seems like every time you turn around there's some new advancement being made that renders fossil fuels even more obsolete than they already are.

22
JUL 2015
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Solar has long been seen as a technology reserved only for hardcore environmentalists and the wealthy. Traditionally, the high cost of solar and the emphasis on incentives in the form of tax credits has put solar out of reach for the majority of residents in the world. 

21
JUL 2015
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"Work smarter, not harder" is an age-old aphorism that neatly applies to energy usage in your home. Why strain its resources and needlessly spend extra money on energy bills? 

10
JUL 2015
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In late April this year a massive 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Nepal killed more than 8,000 people and injured another 18,000 people. Nepal was hit by a second quake in early May. Together, the quakes leveled much of Kathmandu and left an estimated 1.4 million Nepalese people in need of help.

In the wake of the quake, SunEdison donated 20 rural kits (a kind of small solar generator) to Nepal and worked with SunFarmer, a non-profit organization, to implement them where they were needed most. Here are some of the most important ways solar can help after a natural disaster happens. 

30
JUN 2015
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As many regions face epic drought, we thought it was time to take a look at how renewable power can help communities save huge quantities of water. 

19
JUN 2015
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Which renewable energy stories created the most social media buzz so far this year? One of the biggest originated from deep in the heart of the very last state you'd expect. 

10
JUN 2015
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While a popular source of energy among homeowners for many years now, the past several years have seen an exponential growth in the popularity of residential solar energy. This may lead homeowners who have yet to have solar panels installed on their homes to wonder why solar energy has become so popular. The fact is that there are many benefits that residential solar power can provide homeowners with, many of which homeowners may not have previously considered. Here are just a few of the many reasons why you should consider solar power for your home.

10
JUN 2015
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Lately renewable energy projects been turning up in some of the last places you might expect. Did you hear, for instance, about the Texas town that’s going to be powered entirely by renewables? This story got a lot of people talking on social media and we can see why...

06
JUN 2015
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The Greentech Media Solar Summit focuses on big trends in the solar industry, so it’s is an ideal place to hear what’s on the minds of leaders in clean energy.

Our CEO Ahmad Chatila was at the most recent summit, and participated in one of the fireside chat sessions with Greentech’s SVP of Research, Shayle Kann. It’s not unusual of course for speakers’ comments to be Tweeted by audience members, but a few minutes after the session started, we noticed Twitter was more astir than usual. Just exactly what did Ahmad say that got the audience so animated? Here’s a shortlist.

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