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Energy Savings While Your Facility Sleeps

Seldera’s Building Dynamics helps industrial manufacturers capture savings from idling loads.Once an insignificant overhead charge, electricity is an increasingly large component of operating costs for US industrial manufacturers.  Both rates...

Posted June 18, 2014    

Minnesota Paves the Way for Solar Energy Advocates Nationwide

Value of Solar tariff is just one of the state’s leading efforts in appeasing the solar battleBy Jake Rozmaryn and Danielle KershnerThe solar battle between utilities, stakeholders, solar customers and other rate payers is coming to an end—at least...

Posted March 19, 2014    

Soft Costs Reductions are Essential for Solar Energy Industry

What needs to be done to accelerate adoption of solar in the U.S.? The price of solar cells is continuously dropping and financing mechanisms are put in place to create affordable solar. Yet despite the seemingly obvious fiscal choice to switch to...

Posted December 23, 2013    

Massachusetts Sets Itself Apart As Global Clean Energy Hub

Massachusetts, a state filled with top-tier universities, is known for its entrepreneurial vision, history of innovation and spawning scientific advances. The technological gains have spread to the clean energy sector and helped expand the industry...

Posted November 5, 2013    

Solar Energy Friendly Communities Help Mitigate Soft Costs

Despite the solar industry's best efforts, solar power remains unavailable to hundreds of communities across the country. The simple question is: Why?The answer lies in two words: soft costs.The soft costs of solar installations refer to the costs...

Posted July 30, 2013    

Virginians' Renewable Energy Wishes Being Quashed by Dominion Power

Sandwiched between several clean energy-happy states in the mid-Atlantic, Virginia is battling the shackles of overwhelming utility influence. Sixty-nine percent of Virginians support requiring utilities to generate a greater share of electricity...

Posted April 30, 2013    

Solar Apps Improving Process, Customer Engagement

Henry David Thoreau once exclaimed, “Men have become the tools of their tools.” Today, Thoreau’s pronouncement seems dead on—he was just a couple of centuries early. People have now become tools of their web and mobile applications. Recognizing a...

Posted April 18, 2013    

Gamification the Next Step for Clean Tech Marketing?

Gamification, which is frequently referred to as the use of game mechanics, such as points, badges, leaderboards and challenges in non-game settings, appears to be the most disruptive force to impact marketing since the arrival of social media....

Posted March 1, 2013