BlogSpot by Skip Laitner l Desert Years:$3 Trillion Thought Experiment for Rio+20

Because I roam the desert a lot, the UV Index is something I pay attention to. It is an international standard that measures the strength of ultraviolet radiation from the sun at a given time and place. Canada was the first to adopt such an index in 1992. The U.S. followed in 1994, as have any subsequent number of countries since that time. Today the World Health Organization (WHO) has standardized the UV Index by replacing the many different regional methods that otherwise provided an inconsistent set of results.

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BlogSpot by Chris Schuring: Pugilism…Energy…A sweet science

Now as you may have figured out I am not going to be blogging about technical issues and deep policy debates. My goal in these entries is to create thought, create energy in your mind and in others and to create the debate for further discourse. As an example in one of the recent blogs […]

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Chris Schuring: Legislation

This past week there was some activity in the legal world of energy. A bill for permitting, a ruling for net metering, a Chinese Tariff and I am sure a few that I missed. The point is this, there will always be fluctuations in the process, and there will always be hurdles in business. When […]

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Chris Schuring: Micro Grid Schmicro Grid, What Is The Problem?

Well the event of blogging has risen to new high level, high or low will be your decision. I am here to tell you my point of view on all things solar and from time to time energy in general. Now keep in mind I am open to your point of view, I may not […]

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By Elisa Woods l Energy efficiency: What are the laggards thinking?

Why do some states avoid creating policies that encourage consumers and businesses to save energy? What’s the psychology of the laggards? A new report by the American Council for an Energy Efficiency Economy sheds some insight as it examines the states that consistently fall behind in the organization’s annual energy efficiency ranking.

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