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By TweeterDeeter on 02/27/2014
HERO Financing is the future of sustainable financing. It is rapidly expanding in California and soon will expand to other states. The HERO Program (Home Energy Renovation Opportunity) is a variation of PACE Financing (Property Assessed Clean Energy). It uses low interest, long-term loans, which are conveniently repaid alongside the customer’s property taxes. These tools […]
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By Danny the (Solar) Manatee on 02/20/2014
Overcoming poverty is incredibly difficult, but most experts agree that education is essential. Imagine for a moment you’re among the hundreds of millions in the third world who need corrective lenses, but can’t afford them. Your journey towards education and a better life is halted before it can begin… Our recent posts have explored ecoSolargy’s newly […]
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By TweeterDeeter on 02/17/2014
For President’s Day we’re posting an infographic timeline detailing the history of Presidents and installations of solar on the White House. Find details about President Carter’s installation through President Obama’s 2013 installation. Other Articles You May Like: IOU a TOU Explanation Future Looks Bright For Homeboy Industries What Does the Solar Say?
By TweeterDeeter on 02/11/2014
This is a guest post from Jimmy Nhieu, VP of Project Development at ecoSolargy. Jimmy was asked to speak at Micro CSR’s event about ecoSolargy’s current CSR efforts and the integration between CSR and Clean Energy. (Note: CSR = Corporate Social Responsibility) In retrospect, the Micro CSR event hosted in Tucson, Arizona last week was […]