Category Archives: Solar power and renewable energy
New data released by the Yale Program on Climate Communication and summarized by Nadia Popovich, John Schwartz and Tatiana Schlossberg in the New York Times gives a detailed view of public opinion on global warming. Spoiler alert: Americans believe in global warming, but aren’t … Continue reading
This June, President Obama unveiled the Power Africa initiative, which hopes to double the electricity available for sub-Saharan Africa.
Recently, Ohio’s Kenyon College and Community Renewable Energy launched an exciting pilot project for installing solar power at the Kenyon Farm.
We love the environmental and economic benefits of going solar, but today, we focus on the humanitarian side of renewable power.
In one of our partner cities, Washington, D.C; the Illinois based utility Exelon is trying to buy the regional utility, Pepco. While we at CRE support business, and understand why Pepco and Exelon would want such a deal, the reality … Continue reading
In the first quarter of 2014, solar continued to soar. Households, businesses, nonprofits, and academic institutions of all kinds are turning to solar power to lower their electricity bills and improve their communities. Read more to find out how far … Continue reading
Decentralized micro-grid solar power could be the ideal solution for rural communities that lack electricity.
Like every Praxia Partners initiative, Community Renewable Energy believes that the best ideas embody the triple bottom line by benefiting people, helping the planet, and making economic sense. That’s why we’ve been following the progress of Power Africa and 6 African nations poised to … Continue reading
We’re just 3 months into 2014, and we can barely keep up with the number of solar power records broken this year! Here are 6 stories from the U.S. and abroad that we’re celebrating this week.