Sweet spot in clean energy adoption proving a win for customers, utilities and communities. By Tim Braun Community-based solar gardens represent a golden opportunity for developers and installers. Midway in scale between residential- and utility-scale projects, the concept offers attractive economies of scale to small investors, including homeowners. The solar garden (also referred to as […]
We received many outstanding nominations for the 2012 Annual ASES Awards. We pleased to see so many talented and passionate educators, innovators and advocates who are having a big impact in the renewable energy field. We’re pleased to announce the following 2012 honorees: 2012 CHARLES GREELEY ABBOT AWARD William Spratley, for his dedication to education […]
Speakers including Dorothy Robyn, Ph.D., Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Installations and Environment, will address the upcoming World Renewable Energy Forum (WREF 2012) in Denver.
Figuring the financial value of a solar or wind energy system.
By Andy Black
A step-by-step guide to determine if a small-wind system is for you.
By Mick Sagrillo
ASES Member Spotlight: Tom Flint, Lake Forest, Ill. ASES member for three years Chapter member (Illinois Solar Energy Society) for nine years After 25 years as a customer service and financial-operations executive with several large banks, Tom Flint decided he wanted his own business in renewable energy. While developing his new business, he volunteers as […]