|Green Power Update|
Topics in this April 2012 Green Power Update.
Wind Energy Update
Shifting winds on the Great Lakes’ wind energy potential
Cape Wind study highlights wind’s ability to lower electricity prices
Solar Energy Update
Pennsylvania earns high marks for industrial energy efficiency
E15 biofuels blend — coming soon to a car near you?
Hybrids and electric vehicles pump up the volume
Other Clean Energy News
A green light for green building legislation in Pennsylvania?
(Very) Short documentary: The Truth About Clean Energy Jobs http://bit.ly/IkZyAr Time to take back the narrative on clean energy.
Green Power Award winner! MT @DVGBC Great green schools news! Kensington H.S. for the Creative and Performing Arts in Philly...http://bit.ly/JrYd0j.
Solar needs cost parity w/utility-supplied power by 2016: @StandardSolar CEO http://wapo.st/JrW2cV The how/why ties into our work w/SunShot.
And in this corner ... MT @drgrist Climate denier campaigns have no effect on public opinion http://is.gd/yKqJUJ.
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