#Solar power is booming, but installing rooftop solar panels isn't an option for everyone. Community and shared solar programs have massive potential to provide clean, affordable solar energy for the nearly 50% of homes and businesses that can't host their own solar systems.
Something amazing is happening in Texas right now. Wind power has become so cheap and abundant that utilities are actually giving it away for free during night time hours. This has lead to many people conserving power during the day, and running appliances at night, when the wind blows the hardest. http://nyti.ms/1SfI1yP
The president’s decision was a major victory for environmentalists and a bitter loss for the oil industry.
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