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New UBS analysis: Solar will be the world's "default" power generation technology.
http://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/ubs-analysts-solar-will-become-the-default-technology-of-the-future
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U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) analysis shows that ‪#‎renewable‬ ‪#‎energy‬ sources are likely to boom under the @EPA Clean Power Plan: http://ow.ly/O4lOX
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"Not everyone speaks kW & kWh, but everyone in your company understands money." Come to our ENERGY JAM tonight to hear more!

Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/energy-efficiency-jam-tickets-7946649643
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One of the most important decisions a retail energy buyer makes is whether to sign a contract that locks in the electricity or gas price at a fixed level for a period of time or one that varies based on market factors. We navigate this for our clients.
http://www.energymanagertoday.com/lock-fixed-rate-energy-p…/
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Energy demand or demand for Turkish Delight? Come on by to try some!
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Could @NYSERDA help you cut the premium on your #PassiveHouse project? More on financing from @r3energy&@NYCEEC: http://urbangreencouncil.org/content/news/financial-incentives-passive-house
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Imagine what Cook could do to streamline Tesla's manufacturing process...

http://www.businessinsider.com/apple-should-buy-tesla-2014-11
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Last week, an energy analyst at Deutsche Bank came to a startling conclusion: By 2016, solar power will be as cheap or cheaper than electricity from the conventional grid in every state except three. That’s without any changes to existing policy. In other words, we’re only a few years away from the point where, in most of the United States, there will be no economic reason not to go solar. If you care about slowing climate change or just moving toward cleaner energy, that is a huge deal.

http://grist.org/climate-energy/americas-solar-boom-in-charts/

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Hundreds of thousands of people attended yesterday's People's Climate March in New York: http://on.wsj.com/XLCOYN  pic.twitter.com/X3yfCIDDD4

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Inspiring #women at New York Energy Week. Susan Fleck of @nationalgridus, Cheryl Martin @ARPAE, Katherine Boden of @ConEdison
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