Jul 02 2018

Response: Tesla’s New Master Plan and the Future of Electric Cars

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Will’s blog post has become a really interesting point of comparison after almost 2 years have passed. Looking back at what Musk’s most recent plan was back in 2016, I’m pleased to see many of the points coming to fruition now. First of all, Musk has been heavily investing in solar roof technology and development […]

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Jul 22 2015

Solar Energy and the Issues with Net Metering

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Though the environmental cost of fossil fuels should be enough to influence the switch to renewable energy sources such as solar, most consumers seek some financial benefit to offset the initial cost. Many states and communities offer net metering as an incentive for installing solar panels. This process credits solar panel owners (usually the retail […]

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Jul 17 2013

Less Natural Gas more PECs

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Petroleum is a significant source of energy in the United States. Recently, Natural gas is emerging as a preferred source of energy in the U.S. Both of these energies are not clean and release many harmful materials into the earth’s atmosphere. The U.S. is trying to find feasible ways to use clean energy. Earlier in […]

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