Solar feed-in tariffs in 2017: know where you stand

One of the draw cards of solar energy – aside from the fact that it’s clean, sustainable and renewable – is the fact that solar households may be able to claim a rebate for unused energy through feed-in tariffs and Solar Bonus Schemes. That’s why, if you use solar energy in your home, it’s important…

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CreditUpdates.com Discusses Methods for Consumers to Support Renewable Energy

With the presidential primary races now all but over, the presumptive nominees from each party are beginning to turn their sights to the general election, and, if recent history is any indication, both are quite likely to move to the center on a number of critical issues. For supporters of issues of such historical importance…

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John Pryor, Rugby Strength and Conditioning Expert, Discusses Similarities Between Training Principles and Renewable Energy

For a rugby expert like John Pryor, strength and conditioning principles can be accurately applied to just about any subject and can lead to a deeper understanding of the interrelationship between two seemingly disparate concepts. When it comes to renewable energy technologies and practices, John Pryor, rugby strength and conditioning coordinator for the Japan Rugby…

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Marlon Kobacker on the Need for Greater Educational Emphasis on Sustainability and Passive Design Principles

Despite all of the recent discussion concerning green energy and sustainable building practices, there is still a tremendous need to emphasize the practical applications of sustainable design principles across all facets of life. According to Marlon Kobacker, this should really begin in the educational system, where students can be provided an opportunity to see just…

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