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Energy Department announces more than $102 Million Funding to Tackle Solar Challenges

Allison Friedman MA, United States 0 Ratings 219 Discussions 653 Group posts

Posted by: Allison Friedman // Rate It Green Admin

Exciting Solar Funding News Today:

The Energy Department announced $102+ million in new projects and funding to support American leadership in clean energy innovation. In partnership with companies, non-profits, universities, and national laboratories, a top goal is to make solar energy more affordable and accessible across the nation.

-$7 Million to Improve the Reliability and Predictability of Solar Technology
-$32 Million to Break through Concentrating Solar Power Cost Barriers
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-$13 Million to Cut Red Tape and Expand Solar Access
-$50 Million in Funding Potential to Foster Rapid Solar Innovation and Bringing New Technologies to the Market

To read more: http://energy.gov/articles/energy-department-announces-102-million-tackle-solar-challenges-expand-access-clean

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johncarry Wien, Lower Austria, austria 0 Ratings 1 Discussions 0 Group posts

johncarry // A global citizen

That's great news! I think America will benefit a lot from this investment in the future. Even if Solar power may not be the perfect solution right now to the world’s energy crisis, it is a vital part of it.

Source: http://greentumble.com/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-solar-energy/

 

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