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Sol Systems Offers Zero Down Solar Lease in Nation's Capitol

With the introduction of a new solar lease program in Washington, D.C., there's now really no reason for the White House not to go solar...

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Will the U.S. Get a Renewable Energy Standard?

For the next week on Capitol Hill, Republicans and Democrats will tussle over whether or not to include a renewable electricity standard (RES) in legislation that may be put to vote in the Senate within the next week.

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Private Sector Pushes for Energy Efficiency Standards

Harry Reid has had a disappointing week, to say the least. Lacking the votes to advance a comprehensive climate change bill, the Senate majority leader yesterday was forced to introduce a scaled-back bit of energy legislation. Reid did receive a consolation prize Wednesday, however, in the form of a missive from corporate America.

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A Few Images from the Solar Decathalon

Posted by Adam Sewall In Tuesday, October 13 2009 under: Solar Decathlon, Washington, DC, department of energy, Solar Technology

For those of you near the nation's capital, the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathalon deserves a visit. The biennial event -- which this year runs through October 18 -- challenges 20 college teams from around the world to design, build and operate the best solar-powered house.

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