UPS Invests $18 Million in Solar Power

Dedicated to the Cause The United Parcel Service has announced an $18 million investment in solar power. They want to expand their use of renewable energy to reach their 2,580 worldwide facilities as part of their Long-Term Renewable Energy Commitment. UPS has used solar power for the last 13 years beginning in 2004 when panels […]

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Photovoltaic? I think you mean FLOATovoltaic!

Floatovoltaics are making a splash and are expected to be worth $2.7 Billion in 2025. What are floatovoltaics?  They are photovoltaic solar panels that can float in water, be it the ocean, dams, reservoirs, or canals. They are especially growing in countries like Japan where land mass is more limited than in the States. Japan […]

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America: Torn by Politics – not by Solar Power

“When it comes to solar power, practicality seems to trump partisanship.” Regardless of your political party, Democrats and Republic can agree on solar power. A study by PowerScout showed that both parties purchased solar power at similar rates. Newer developments were more likely to have Democrats invest in solar while Republicans were more likely to […]

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Aztec Renewable Energy – Solar Power Installation

Solar Power for Business and Home | Call 866-933-6344 Aztec can professionally mount solar power systems on a  carport, roof, pole, arbor, pavilion or ground mounts. Our system installations are professionally installed and designed to last beyond the life of the solar equipment. Aztec Renewable Energy, Inc. provides utility grade solar panels for residential and commercial use. We […]

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Solar Power vs Coal Power

Solar Power vs Coal Power With all of the advancements in technology, we cannot ignore the ever evolving advancements in renewable energy. Photovoltaic solar power has become an increasingly affordable, reliable, and clean energy source [1]. Solar power needs to be further encouraged throughout the nation as a reliable, affordable source of energy. With the dangers […]

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