05 Aug '11, 8pm

Where Are Today’s Renewable Energy Leaders?:

Where Are Today’s Renewable Energy Leaders?:

People have been talking about the potential of renewable energy for decades. Although electric cars and wind turbines might seem futuristic, the basic technologies that make them possible have been around for many years. Only in the past few years have consumer demand and fossil fuel energy prices convinced companies that renewable energy is worth more than just a passing glance. While we may hear stories about the explosive growth of the renewable energy sector, it’s often difficult to spot this shift in our own communities. If you’ve been wondering just where and by whom renewable energy is being embraced, this infographic is for you. (Click to enlarge) Related Reading: Community And Renewable Energy Picking Up Speed Renewable Energy Sector Growing Despite Down Economy The Case For A Federal Renewable Energy Standard Graphic via Carrington College’s Renewable Energy Deg...

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