Fast Company Magazine brings us an excellent resource to review the projects, including energy, in the Stimulus bill and how the list was generated.  View writer, Chris Dannen, full artile here, “Breaking Down the “Energy” Projects in the Stimulus.” Commercial Solar Power Installation in Poway, CA by HelioPower Here is an excerpt: Most of the projects…

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Marc Gunther, Senior Writer at Fortune Magazine, logged today’s media article, “Why clean energy is still a good bet.” Despite falling oil prices and the credit crunch, green technology investors remain bullish. Here is an excerpt from his excellent article, for the full piece click here. Chico, CA retail building installation by HelioPower (Fortune) —…

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By Glenna Wiseman The fifth annual Solar Power conference concluded last week, ending what most believe was an outstanding success for the show.  425 companies exhibited, with a waiting list of 450, explained Julia Hamm, executive direct of SEPA and chair of the event, in the opening day ceremonies.  She told the audience the event…

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Breaking news, Wednesday, September 24, 2008 from RenewableEnergyWorld.com: “US Senate Passes Renewable Energy Tax Credits, House Could Pass Bill This Week:” HelioPower commercial installation for Dos Molson in Poway, CA The United States Senate on Tuesday voted by an overwhelming majority to extend the Production (PTC) and Investment Tax Credits (ITC). The tax measure was…

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From Vote Solar today… Today, the Senate comes back from their summer vacation.  And today, we are visiting every Senator to remind them that unless they get the job done on extending the solar investment tax credit, America’s clean energy workforce will be going on a ‘vacation’ of another sort.  We are going to deliver…

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Wednesday, August 27th HelioPower’s own Steve LoRusso will join solar power industry executives and political dignitaries at the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) SunFest Party in Denver for the Democratic National Convention. The event is billed as an outdoor concert and solar festival powered by the sun and will be held at Coors Field. Clean…

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Do you think that the cost of going solar is too high? For many families, paying for seven to ten years of electricity up front can be cost prohibitive even though such an investment pays huge dividends over time. New solar specific finance products are being introduced into the marketplace to ease the cost burden,…

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According to the Department of Energy, solar panels could, if placed on about 0.5% of America’s mainland landmass, provide for all of our current electricity needs. Clean-energy fever is being fuelled by three things: high oil prices, fears over energy security and a growing concern about global warming. The provision of energy, the industry’s cheerleaders…

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In a round up series of articles today, the New York Times featured a special section called “The Business of Green.” Through several articles it focused its journalistic eye on the clean energy sector. “Millions of Jobs of a Different Collar” drilled down on the green job sector and its potential for uplifting the U.S.…

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