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Renewable Revolutionaries: Maine Beer Company

Posted by AllEarth Renewables on October 6, 2016

Maine Beer Company co-owner Dan Kleban and his brother both had day jobs when they decided to start their own brewery. They wanted to start a new chapter and create something that was their own, but they knew that if they were going to do it, they were going to do it the right way, so they could go home at the end of the day and say, "We did something better for our community--we made good beer."

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Topics: Renewable Energy, Green Companies, Social Responsibility, Customer Success Stories, Tracker Customers, Consumer, Dealers

The Way to Go! Challenge: Getting Vermont's Students Out of the Car

Posted by David Blittersdorf on September 28, 2016

The Way to Go! Vermont Challenge has been happening for several years now, and has pushed individuals, businesses, schools and organizations across the state to leave their cars at home and commit to using alternative forms of transportation for two weeks.

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Topics: Vermont, Climate Change, Carbon Footprint, Consumer, Dealers

The Tipping Point: Solar as a Mainstream Technology

Posted by AllEarth Renewables on September 12, 2016

In his classic book, Diffusion of Innovation, Everett Rogers defined the Innovation Adoption Cycle.  When a new product or service is introduced, it is first purchased by a small segment of the population he called Innovators. This is followed by Early Adopters, then Early Majority, Late Majority and, finally, Laggards. When a product hits the Early Majority Stage it starts to enter the mainstream market and reach a broader audience.

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Topics: Future of Solar, Selling Solar, Green Companies, Solar Industry, Consumer, Dealers

The Importance of a Solar Operations and Maintenance Agreement

Posted by AllEarth Renewables on August 10, 2016

One of the biggest priorities of the US solar industry has been to increase the power production of systems and reduce the cost of modules, inverters, components, and manufacturing processes. However, as the industry matures and the volume and age of installed systems increases, it has become clear that solar operations and maintenance (O&M) is an integral part of the equation for the long-term viability of any system.

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Topics: Solar System Issues and Considerations, Cost of Solar Systems, Selling Solar, Solar Maintenance, Solar System Design, Solar O&M, Consumer, Dealers

What Is A Solar Operations and Maintenance Agreement?

Posted by AllEarth Renewables on August 9, 2016

The first step in understanding the role and importance of a solar operations and maintenance (O&M) agreement is to define what it really means. For many, solar O&M has become a generic term that expands and contracts depending on whether you are the one paying for it or the one providing it.

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Topics: Solar System Issues and Considerations, Solar Maintenance, Solar System Design, Solar O&M, Consumer, Dealers

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