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Solar Energy in the Canary Islands

With the massive acceptance, adoption, and utilization of solar energy among several countries across the world, even small territories such as the Canary Islands are turning towards solar energy sources for their electricity needs. Installing solar panels on buildings does not take long, and over the past decades, the Canary Islands have increased their electricity generation and, consequently, consumption via renewable energy sources.
In 2019, the Canary Islands generated about 16% of its total energy consumption …

Solar Pool Cover Cleaning and Maintenance Guide

Solar pool covers can also be referred to as solar pool blankets. Their function is to ensure your pool water maintains a certain temperature level by preserving the heat in the pool water and heating the water if its temperature is lower than it should be. Solar pool covers are usually used for both inground and above-ground pools. They heat the pool water through the Sun’s rays. Like other equipment, if you intend to use the solar pool cover for an extended period, you should know how to maintain it to keep it in good condition and enhance its durability.
You should know some maintenance tips to make your job easier and the …

ACC’s Vote on Energy Rules Update Falls Short

ACC’s promise to having Arizona’s utilities accomplish a 50% decrease in carbon emissions by 2032 is a great start for supporting the state to confront climate change while taking advantage of green energy’s economic potential. Yet, the 2070 deadline falls way short of the timescale required, according to experts, to prevent the worst effects of global warming.
It is vital to set a deadline of no later than 2050 for ending the destructive fossil fuel consumption that drives climate change…

Nevada to Support Clean Energy Economy

Conservationists praised the approval of Senate Bill 448 by the Nevada Legislature. The bill is intended to connect electric utility programs and investments with statewide climate goals. The comprehensive bill will then be signed by the Governor and put into effect.
SB 448 would address critical concerns such as energy transition, electric vehicles, solar energy, sustainable electricity, renewable power storage, power efficiency, and other domains. It will provide the groundwork for Nevada’s future energy sector. Nevada is taking significant steps to expand its electric transportation and power infrastructure…