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The Power of the Sun

When many people think of the sun they think of the large orange ball in the sky that makes the planet hot when it rises and cool when it sets. Although true, this is a very limited view. With heat comes energy, and humans rely

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Transformative Partnership

Companies supporting nonprofits is a well-established staple in philanthropy. Maybe a particular relationship began because of an affinity for the cause by the business’ founder. Maybe a cause had alignment with a company’s business. Maybe it’s little more than corporate optics and PR. Maybe it’s

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Beware of Vampire Power

Residential Perspective: Many electronic appliances continue to draw power even when they are switched off (TVs, microwaves, AC units, cell phone chargers). Unless you unplug these appliances while they are not in use, you will likely fall victim to what is known as vampire power

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Transitioning to Utility-Scale Renewable Electricity Storage

Transitioning to Utility-Scale Renewable Electricity Storage: An Introduction to Decision Analysis By: Nate Pajka Current Situation Utility companies in the United States are faced with incredible pressure to meet increasing electricity consumer demand in real time. The stark reality of electricity generation is that more

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