Don’t be fooled by an old fool…

Solar power is big business!

In an article from PV TECH, I read that “The route to decarbonisation in the energy sector will create benefits of US$10 trillion every year by 2050, while requiring only US$1.8 trillion to implement, according to a new joint report from the International Energy Agency (IAE) and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).

 

 

 

In their first ever collaboration, IEA and IRENA found that a total of 6 million jobs would be created, even when accounting for jobs lost in other industries.

 

 

Further jobs will also be created in the energy efficiency sector. The report stressed that efforts on the transition need to be stepped up urgently to stay in line with the targets of the Paris Agreement.

 

 

IRENA director-general Adnan Z. Amin, said: “Critically, the economic case for the energy transition has never been stronger. Today around the world, new renewable power plants are being built that will generate electricity for less cost than fossil-fuel power plants. And through 2050, the decarbonisation can fuel sustainable economic growth and create more new jobs in renewables.”

Source: https://www.pv-tech.org/news/energy-transition-to-generate-us10-trillion-in-benefits-by-2050-iea-irena

June 28 Bill Gallagher giving us the hottest solar news on Blog Talk Radio

June 28th Bill Gallagher giving us the hottest solar news 06/28 by Diane Tegarden | Blog Talk Radio. We’re on at 10am PST, so call into our FREE hotline to ask Bill your most pressing solar questions!

Great News about Solar Power in Minnesota

Good News about Solar Power in Minnesota:

Currently, Minnesota’s public schools spend approximately $84 million per year on electricity costs, money diverted from the classroom. But a bill to make clean, local energy accessible now (CLEAN) could help the state’s public schools use solar to zero out their electricity bills and add $193 million per year to their operating budgets.

Read the rest of the article at:
http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/blog/post/2011/03/solar-could-save-minnesota-schools-millions?cmpid=SolarNL-Thursday-March31-2011

Renewable Energy World Conference Feb 22nd-Texas

Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo North America
Start date: February 22, 2010
End date: February 25, 2010
Cost: Varies
Location: Austin, TX

Renewable energy’s leading conference, offering a worldwide audience papers, panel discussions and presentations during technical sessions related to technology, markets, business strategies and policy covering the wind, solar, biomass, hydro, geothermal, ocean/tidal/wave, bio-power, bio-fuels hydrogen and energy sectors.

Nearly 4,000 renewable energy power professionals joined us at Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo North America 2009 in Las Vegas for three full days of networking, new business negotiation and the exchange of ideas pertaining to the renewable energy industry today.

We are pleased to announce a new location for 2010–Austin, TX! We are also excited that Photovoltaics World Conference & Exposition will be co-located with Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo North America 2010.

Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo Highlights:

-More than 4,000 renewable industry professionals in one place
-10 highly technical conference tracks
-More than 30 education conference sessions
-Pre-Conference workshops
-Technical Tours
-300 renewable energy exhibitors
-New industry technology

Shawn Alvandi to be interviewed on Jan 26th

The FireWalker Flare- An Environmental and Renewable Energy Solutions Talk Radio Show

Join Diane Tegarden as she engages Environmental and Renewable Energy Experts on the second, third and fourth Tuesday of each month at: 10am PST/11am MST/12 noon CST/ 1pm EST for a half-hour of riveting interviews on environmental problems and their solutions through Renewable Energy technologies.

On January 26th my guest will be Shawn Alvandi, Owner of LA Solar Energy, to discuss solar power and energy accountability.

Callers and Show Guests should call: 646-721-9960

Visit the show’s home page at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Diane-Tegarden

To read Diane Tegarden’s environmental articles please visit: http://www.examiner.com/x-14744-LA-Renewable-Energy-Examiner