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Can solar power thrive in the Midwest? Absolutely! Today, we take a look at renewable energy news from across the Midwest.
It seems that every week brings us news of a new model for going green.
A Minnesota nonprofit believes that low-income households deserve access to clean, reliable renewable power.
Climate change affects different groups of people unequally. Climate justice is an attempt to alleviate this inequity.
More nonprofits are benefiting from solar power than ever before. Today, we look at one approach to increasing access to clean, reliable energy for nonprofits of all stripes.
Shared solar is growing in popularity in the US and abroad. Here’s some of the latest news from across the nation.
Community Renewable Energy believes in the power of shared solar, which is growing in popularity in the US and abroad. Here’s some of the latest news about the shared solar revolution from across the nation.
Why are communities across the nation are embracing shared solar?
The Center for Social Inclusion has been pushing for an energy democracy, where citizen of all backgrounds and economic levels have a say in their local energy policy and access to green options.