Energy Law

Renewable Energy Alleviates Sluggish Oil Price Concerns

Innovation, Renewable Energy, clean technology

As new sources of fossil fuels becomes increasingly frenetic, renewable energy prices continue to drop into range that is competitively priced.

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Apple, Facebook, Google Band Together to Support Clean Energy Availability

Clean Energy

On May 28th, Apple, Facebooke, and Google set aside industry differences and co-signed a letter as TechNet opposing House Bill 332, which is seeking out major changes to North Carolina’s current renewable and efficient energy policies. North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA) is backing the brands’ opposition as it support their long-standing fight for access to clean energy and promotion ...

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Top 5 States for Solar Jobs

Solar Jobs

Looking for a little light to finally shine down on you in your work life? You don’t have to look very far if you live in one of the top five states known for providing jobs in the solar industry. Something about the sun simply makes people happy: a better day almost is inevitable if the sun is shining, and ...

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Methods to Teach Children About Sustainability

There are many ways you can teach your children to be more conscientious about their world and what it means to reduce humanity’s impact on the Earth. What ways can help you raise children learn about sustainability? 1. Recycle Regularly – One of the most popular methods of sustainability, recycling has been around for quite some time. As important as it ...

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A Pet Guide to Going ‘Green’

Are you a green person that cares about carbon footprint and your environment? There are a lot of ways that you can help with the maintenance of the environment we are living in. If you are a pet owner or want to become one you can buy items like leashes, collars, toys and beds made out of recycled materials and ...

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Ethanol vs. Oil: Who Will Win?

The newest catchphrase being bandied about the halls of regulatory buildings in Washington D.C. is the “ethanol blend wall.” The term represents a growing struggle between the lobbying efforts of the American Petroleum Institute and the Agricultural Retailers Association. At issue is the 2007 Renewable Fuel Standard congressional mandate that calls for the increased use of ethanol in fuel blends. ...

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Sustainable Landscaping: Lower Energy Costs, Help the Environment

When was the last time you considered how much your landscaping was actually costing your family? Sure, it might look luxurious and colorful, but is it sustainable? According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), at least 30 percent of American water use is solely for outdoor irrigation. Maintaining an energy-efficient backyard could not only cut water usage, but also ...

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