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Does Everything Beautiful Have a Carbon Footprint?

We value beauty, and we buy beautiful things. Beautiful things don’t have to come with a big price-tag, or a big carbon footprint. It’s widely known that the luxury products market has the worst carbon footprint of all

Can We Be A Good Neighbor To Nature?

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Winning Community Solar Projects

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How To Power Community

Christine Bevilacqua, M.A., LEED GA

760.637.4343

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Community and Business Sustainability

As community spaces grow so does the need to power them.

Renewable energy plays a critical role in ensuring the power we use is generated from sources that benefit the community. Fossil fuels that are mined and processed in far away locations bring little local financial benefit, and based on recent studies end up as a “Tax” upon our communities¬† in the form of extreme weather preparedness and countless oyher climate related costs.

Community solar, being harvested locally and delivered on locally supported transmission lines are the best way to keep costs low, keep our communities clean, and provide for local jobs. Let’s have our community spaces become directly linked to our community clean power infrastructure.

Sustainable Coastal Communities

As community spaces grow so does the need to power them. Renewable energy plays a critical role in ensuring the power we use is generated from sources that benefit the community. Fossil fuels that are mined and processed in far away locations bring little local financial benefit, and based on recent studies end up as a “Tax” upon our communities¬† in the form of extreme weather preparedness and countless oyher climate related costs.

Community solar, being harvested locally and delivered on locally supported transmission lines are the best way to keep costs low, keep our communities clean, and provide for local jobs. Let’s have our community spaces become directly linked to our community clean power infrastructure.

Thin Film Solar and the Flexible Solar Future

As community spaces grow so does the need to power them. Renewable energy plays a critical role in ensuring the power we use is generated from sources that benefit the community. Fossil fuels that are mined and processed in far away locations bring little local financial benefit, and based on recent studies end up as a “Tax” upon our communities¬† in the form of extreme weather preparedness and countless oyher climate related costs.

Community solar, being harvested locally and delivered on locally supported transmission lines are the best way to keep costs low, keep our communities clean, and provide for local jobs. Let’s have our community spaces become directly linked to our community clean power infrastructure.