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Sam Alkass is a firm believer in solar power and its valuable impact on the future of our planet. Sam helps others generate their own clean, green energy while minimizing environmental pollution. For more solar news and tips, follow his Facebook.

10 Hands-On Projects to Get Kids Excited about Renewable Energy

Renewable energy sources like solar, wind, and hydro power are vital to meeting the next generation’s energy demands. With the price of solar photovoltaic panels dropping  and wind power having the worldwide capacity to power 30 million U.S. homes, renewable… 0 Shares |

Can Eco-Conscious Consumerism Make a Difference?

Ever gone on a shopping spree? Whether you’re a full shopaholic, or you trek out to the mall once in a blue moon, we’ve all had a “spree” at one point or another — one of those days where you… 0 Shares |

Why Is Solar Power Getting Cheaper?

Predictions see energy consumption increasing from an average of 22,126 terawatt-per-hour in 2011, to 37,000 in 2030 – a rise of 67%. Unfortunately, the more we depend on fossil fuels for our energy production, the more damage the planet takes;… 0 Shares |

Solar Power Rebates and Incentives in California

If you’re considering making changes to power your home or business with solar power, you’re in luck. If you’re a candidate, you can help California move to a clean energy future while also saving money. Because California’s renewable portfolio standard… 0 Shares |

The Connection Between Millennials and Solar Power

The generation born between the late 1970s and late 1990s — known as millennials — is taking over the world. In the United States alone, there are over 80 million millennials in the job market — making this demographic essential… 0 Shares |

The Innovation of Solar Power In Water Treatment

For many of us, getting a glass of water is as simple as turning on the kitchen tap. Unfortunately, getting enough clean water to survive can be difficult for those less fortunate, and the World Health Organization suggests that approximately… 0 Shares |

Solar vs. Wind Power: Which Is the Power Of the Future?

Anybody who has an interest in renewable energy knows that the two biggest and most promising resources are solar and wind. In both large cities and small towns, you’re likely to come across solar panels gleaming on a house roof… 0 Shares |

The Long Term Impact of Solar Power

Solar energy has been around for quite some time. The first solar panels hit the commercial market as early as the 1960s, and were in development long before then. But only lately has this form of alternate energy started to… 0 Shares |