The Clean Energy Collective (CEC) cut the ribbon this week on the first community-owned solar array resulting from the Community Solar Garden Act of 2010, which directed the Public Utilities Commission to include solar gardens in the Colorado’s renewable energy plans. On Friday, April 26 the Boulder Cowdery Meadows Solar Array, built on 3.5 acres [...]
ASES and the Young Professionals in Renewable Energy Conference offers you the opportunity to explore sustainable energy solutions through the eyes of your peers in engineering, planning, architecture, design, and education.
The emerging architecture and passive building technology sessions ended with a bang at the forum- The Mythic Modern: Mythology, Ecology, and Technology…The Spirit of Place. We were given the great pleasure to hear Travis L. Price III, a fellow of AIA, speak about his inspiration and work. Travis Price has been an architect, author, educator, [...]
At today’s plenary session, we were thankful to have the ability to Skype with Bill McKibben for the session, as he was unable to join us in Baltimore. Bill McKibben is a radical grassroots activist, author, and president/co-founder of 350.org. He is a fantastic speaker and we were lucky to have the opportunity of listening [...]
This morning started with a session serving as an update on the SREC market in the east coast states. Our first panelist was Michael Judge, an associate RPS/APS program manager with the Massachusetts Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard Program. Michael discussed the solar development strategies in Massachusetts and the outlined qualifications for eligibility. A unique aspect [...]