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Glenn Meyers
Works at Green Streets LLC
Attended Western Michigan University
Lives in Denver
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Visitors to Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park get a front-row seat at a geothermal energy showcase in action. From this geyser, they soon discover there is much to learn from forces contain…
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February 11th, 2016 by Glenn Meyers Auburn University’s design team at Rural Studio has achieved the lofty goal of building affordable houses for somebody living below the poverty line. Here’s how: The team did so by completing two pilot project houses priced at $20,000 apiece. Materials for the homes totaled $14,000 each. The Design Challenge For [&hellip
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Blue Pillar has released an update of its Aurora Energy Network of Things platform, designed to address the needs of energy service providers and utility grid operators. Behind-the-meter connectivity This next generation release brings utility grade enhancements that simplify behind-the-meter connectivity and control of distributed energy resources and generation assets. In conjunction with the new Aurora platform announcement, Blue Pillar h...
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A revamped electric grid could yield huge cost savings, states a SolarCity study. Reacting to the California-based study, SolarCity CEO Lyndon Rive said Californians could save $1.4 billion a year if modern technologies are better incorporated into the way electricity is stored and delivered. Rive added if states revamp the utility business model to fit 21st century technology, they
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Once upon a time, utilities were the keepers of the nation’s electricity storage and distribution infrastructure, or grid, as it were. Using plentiful coal, hydropower, and even natural gas, the job of keeping the lights lit has long represented a modern-day miracle. Flick a switch, and power up whatever might be needed, from a traffic
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Maine solar stakeholders petition to preserve net metering after proposed legislature threat Add Maine solar system owners to the list of distributed energy champions concerned over legislative changes to existing net metering policies. A press announcement reports Maine solar installers, local and national businesses, environmental organizations, and the newly formed Solar Energy Association of Maine delivered a petition
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In January, the US Department of Energy announced $18 million in funding for six new projects. The goal? Enabling the development of integrated, scalable, and cost-effective solar technologies that incorporate energy storage to power American homes after the sun sets or when clouds are overhead. The funding is part of the DOE’s Grid Modernization Initiative, which is targeting
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Among various solar energy technologies, one is referred to as concentrated solar power, or concentrating solar power. The acronym CSP applies to either. Worldwide CSP systems generate solar power …
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The next time somebody questions the viability of solar energy, arm yourself with these 30 solar energy facts. After all, there’s nothing better than access to a large warehouse of useful inf…
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Originally published on CleanTechnica GE will soon cease manufacturing its line of compact fluorescent lights, or CFLs, as it switches favor to the manufacture of LEDs. My, oh my! How quickly times…
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According to Utility DIVE, Oregon's two biggest investor-owned electric utilities are supporting legislation which will require them to meet a 50% renewable portfolio standard — double the current goal. If passed, the legislation will also phase out coal power generation and imports in the state's energy portfolio. House Bill 4030 would require utilities PacifiCorp and Portland General
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Education
  • Western Michigan University
    English, 1966 - 1971
  • University of Colorado
    English, 1967 - 1968
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Gender
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Other names
gr meyers, Glenn, Riley, grileymeyers
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Chronicler of sustainable stewardship and solutions
Introduction
Glenn Meyers is a storyteller and documentary producer, business journalist in background, and an individual drawn to innovation and solutions. Also writes and produces  work on social responsibility and new media training. Passionate sustainability advocate and founder of http://ourgreenstreetsblog.com.
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Innovator, publisher, producer
Work
Occupation
journalist, producer
Skills
project management
Employment
  • Green Streets LLC
    founder, present
    journalist, essayist, educator, producer
  • TCI, 21st Communications Corp.,
    President, CEO
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Denver
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Colorado & Michigan - Denver, CO;Kalamazoo, MI,Flint, MI,Sutton's Bay, MI
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