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Duke, Charlotte expand green energy agreement with Chinese

Duke Energy has signed an agreement with China’s ENN Group expanding cooperation on clean energy and pairing the city of Charlotte in the EcoPartnership program with Langfang, China.
Duke and ENN have agreed to work together on projects to test solar…

Nature’s Greatest Energy Source

General facts Solar Energy is better for the environment than traditional forms of energy. Solar energy has many uses such as electricity production and heating of water through photovoltaic cells and directly for drying clothes. Solar energy can also be used to heat swimming pools, power cars, for attic fans, calculators and other small appliances. […]

Fossil fuel and renewable energy subsidies need parity

According to a study by the Environmental Law Institute, U.S. fossil fuels industries enjoyed direct federal payments totaling roughly $18 billion between 2002 and 2008. Of course, that doesn’t include the $54 billion in tax breaks.
Over the sa…

Brooklyn Bridge Park: Greenest Destination in New York City

New York City’s Brooklyn Bridge Park is getting even greener with the addition of a solar powered electric vehicle (EV) charging station – the first of its kind in New York City. Brooklyn Bridge Park has already added a number of green areas…

Pepsi’s New Green PET Bottle

PepsiCo is one of the leading food and beverage businesses in the world. Since 2010, it has been focusing on protecting the earth’s natural energy resources with competent use of soil, water, power and finding and focusing on innovative ways t…

The Empire State Building: Brighter & Greener

Yes, as of 2011, The Empire State Building, one of the world’s largest buildings has achieved the distinction of becoming the largest buyer of green renewable wind power. The Empire State Building will be using more than 100 million kWh of win…

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