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Digital Reality’s Clean Start Program

Digital Reality's Clean Start program will give new clients green energy certificates for the amount of electricity they use during their first year Digital Reality’s Clean Start Program was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Engage in Thoughtful Playtime with Your Dog

Although the moments we spend with our dogs may seem routine day in and day out, every moment is one that can be memorable. When I start to encourage playtime with my dogs, I first let them pick up the scent of whatever toy we are going to play with. Show More Summary

3p Weekend: The Best (Cause Marketing) Super Bowl Ads of All Time

before we turn on our TVs this Sunday, let's take a moment to recognize companies that used their million-dollar ad spots for something bigger than themselves. Grab a tissue, because you're about to feel things.

A $48 Billion Opportunity for U.S. Electric Customers

Why are U.S. electric utilities facing $48 billion in revenue losses? Because their 20th-century business model, built around a centralized, command-and-control electric grid, is increasingly outdated in an age when we can produce power...Show More Summary

How to Finance an Energy Revolution

It seems impolite to talk about Barack Obama's legacy just yet. It also seems premature because he clearly is not done building it. The latest evidence is the collaboration the White House has just announced to stimulate the flow of grassroots capital into clean energy technologies. Some background is in order. Show More Summary

Meet the River virtual reality accelerator’s first startups

Mike Rothenberg of Rothenberg Ventures wants the world to know that virtual reality is a present, not future, platform, and he is out to prove it with a new startup accelerator…

Access Infra Africa To Invest $500 Million In Renewable Energy Projects

Access Infra Africa has announced plans to invest $500 million in developing renewable energy projects in Africa over the next three years. The company is expected to initiate this investment from Egypt, which recently conducted an auction of solar and wind energy projects. Show More Summary

SunEdison And TerraForm Close First Wind Acquisition Deal

American solar giant SunEdison announced in November of 2014 that it, together with its yield-co subsidiary, TerraForm, would be acquiring energy company First Wind in a deal worth $2.4 billion, which would see SunEdison become the world’s largest renewable energy development company. Show More Summary

Australian Renewable Energy Agency Funding More Than 230 Projects

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency has invested $1 billion into more than 230 projects, fellowships, and scholarships throughout the country “that are paving the way for a more diverse energy future for Australia.” In a press release...Show More Summary

New Survey Reveals American Attitudes To Energy And Environment

A new survey conducted by the University of Michigan has concluded that Americans are as concerned about energy’s impact on the environment as they are about energy’s affordability. According to the survey, consumers are much more sensitive to higher gasoline prices at the pumps than they are higher home-energy bills. Show More Summary

Kevin Spacey Will Play a Cat In New Movie

Kevin Spacey‘s new film role is unlike any other he’s played before. The Oscar-winning actor will play a cat in an upcoming comedy aptly-titled, “Nine Lives.” The flick is described Read More The post Kevin Spacey Will Play a Cat In New Movie appeared first on Ecorazzi.

IKEA To Debut Vegan Meatballs in April

IKEA’s meatballs just got a whole lot greener. The Swedish furniture store announced this week that it will soon offer vegan “meatballs” on its menu. IKEA first announced plans to Read More The post IKEA To Debut Vegan Meatballs in April appeared first on Ecorazzi.

Inventor Dean Kamen wants you at his robot competitions

Dean Kamen -- the inventor of countless tech products, holder of 440 patents, and probably most famous for his creation of the Segway -- is "scared shitless" about the lack of…

Watch These Potentially Low-Cost Solar Cells Grow Before Your Eyes

Researchers use perovskite and "hot casting" (no, it's not what you think) to develop new low cost solar cells that could rival silicon for efficiency Watch These Potentially Low-Cost Solar Cells Grow Before Your Eyes was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Mitch McConnell's Misguided Coal Crusade

Flush from victory last November, Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell threw down the gauntlet. "What the administration has done to the coal industry is a true outrage," he said, referring to the loss of mining jobs in his home state of Kentucky. Show More Summary

This stunning mirrored sphere lets you experience the cosmos without leaving the ground

OSMO was designed for the latest edition of Light Night Canning Town, a free festival of light, community and energy held in the streets of London. The site-specific space was raised right underneath the A13 flyover and measured 30-foot wide. The idea was

Doomsday Clock Moves To Three Minutes, Blames Nuclear & Climate Change

It is now “three minutes to midnight” on the Doomsday Clock, according to the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, which places the blame firmly on “unchecked climate change, global nuclear weapons modernisations, and outsised nuclearShow More Summary

Man lists Tesla Model S for $85 a night on Airbnb

Generally speaking, if you're sleeping in a car, you're down on your luck, drunk and risking arrest, or very very tired. What you are almost certainly not is on vacation—unless for some bizarre reason you've rented a Tesla Model S from Steve, of Phoenix

Keurig Helps Farmers Cope with ‘Coffee Rust’

Climate change and other factors have made the recent outbreak of La Roya, or "coffee leaf rust," particularly devastating. What is the industry doing to support small-holder farmers?

MillerCoors Adds Solar Power to the Brew

MillerCoors is now a step closer to its energy reduction goals, with the announcement of a 3.2-megawatt solar array completed at its Irwindale, California, brewery.

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