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No roof? No problem. If community solar legislation is passed in PA, solar power will become a real option for many more households.
PA is falling behind neighboring states when it comes to utility-scale solar generation.
Do you know where your clean energy comes from? Or how your green energy dollars are being used?
Shannon Crooker, director of the PA Sustainable Energy Fund, talks energy financing in Old City.
Some new, some improved, and one with space lasers.
At The Energy Co-op, we’re more than an energy supplier; we’re a cooperative community.
Keep your energy dollars local by signing up for one of our clean energy plans today.
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The Energy Co-op’s Alexandra Kroger recently elected president of Phila. chapter of Women in Renewable Industries and Sustainable Energy.
New technologies are increasing the efficiency and decreasing the cost of wind power.
But not at the expense of renewable energy resources.
The Energy Co-op has been helping our members save money on heating oil for over 40 years.
Reversal of downward trend comes as climate change impacts become harder to ignore.
Helpful tips to control your household energy costs.
Co-ops are member-owned, democratic organizations accountable only to those they serve.
Winter electricity prices: At the mercy of weather and shifting fuel supplies.
New Levelized Cost of Energy report demonstrates that renewables are cheaper than fossil fuels even without subsidy.
Petroleum alternatives can help reduce your environmental footprint.
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Philadelphia Energy Authority-led partnership to create nation’s first three year clean energy training program.
Offshore wind development in Lake Erie could provide clean power to western PA.
Mini-TED talks in Old City highlight clean energy developments in PA.
New report from Penn’s Kleinman Center calls refinery’s future into question.
Solar jobs help young people stay in Philly.
Scott Pruitt says yes but others aren’t so sure.
New developments in offshore wind show huge potential.
U.S. Department of Energy asked to intervene to keep coal plants open.