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Demand Response Providers Take on Generators

      Earlier this week, EnerNOC had its largest ever demand response event, providing 1,200 megawatts from about 1,600 sites on the Eastern seaboard. Despite the growing role of demand response services, the companies that provide negawatts are defending their territory. In an open letter to electricity customers on Wednesday, CEOs from EnerNOC, Comverge [...]

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Demand Rising for High-Ticket Green Products

        SustainableBusiness.com News A new survey reveals that people around the world intend to purchase higher-ticket environmental products in the auto, energy and technology sectors compared to last year. This year’s ImagePower Global Green Brands Study survey, which polled more than 9,000 people in eight countries, concludes that people are now willing to take green [...]

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China Overtakes USA as Top Energy Consumer as World Demand Grows Strongly

        Great article in the AP. China became the world’s largest energy consumer in 2010 overtaking the USA during a year which saw the rebound in the global economy drive consumption higher and at a rate not seen since the aftermath of the 1973 oil price shocks. Demand for all forms of [...]

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KQED Decreases Energy Demand with Sunbelt Controls

        We liked this article because it shows how quickly projects can go. This company made a big difference in their facility in just a matter of weeks. SAN FRANCISCO–(EON: Enhanced Online News)–KQED Public Media recently completed a significant step towards its green business initiatives by retrofitting its building environmental controls. By [...]

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Energy Efficiency Changing the Face of Local Companies

      GGP Energy has an office in Raleigh, NC which is a really popular area for Clean Technology. A company that knows that all too well is Piedmont Services who has been in business since 1971. We found this article and thought it was quite worth while. Please enjoy. RALEIGH, N.C., June 10, [...]

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Current Technology Could Reduce Global Energy Demand by 85%

      Energy savings is at the top of the priority list at GGP Energy. We feel very strongly that there are a number of areas we can affect in almost any facility. This is why we were so happy to read this article in Chemical and Engineering news published in January of 2011. [...]

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TEDxMileHigh – Robyn O’Brien – Patriotism on a Plate

On June 8th, 2011, posted in: Clean Living by ggpenergy123

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        I am continually impressed with people who live with the passion that Robyn O’Brien lives with. She has been called the Erin Brockovich of the food industry. Brokovich along with Dr. Oz among other celebrities have gotten behind O’Brien, who seems to have a deep impact on nearly everyone she encounters. [...]

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The Madrone Project from TEDx Mile High

        My wife and I were lucky enough to attend the TEDx Mile High this year. It was extremely motivating and right up our alley. I will be posting a number of videos from the event. Here is the first of our series. We were lucky enough to see Hunter Lovins speak. [...]

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The Benefits Of Deregulated Energy Markets In The US

        Here is a very cool article by Kate Jordon, called The Benefits of Deregulated Energy Markets in the USA. Basic utilities that are used for daily business and life are often specifically offered and monitored through utility companies of varied offerings. These companies are often unique within the marketplace as most [...]

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PPUC Investigates Deregulated Energy Markets

        Nice article on the Pennsylvania PUC found on Electric Rates. Please enjoy. Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission will have a hearing on June 8, 2011 at 1 p.m. in the Hearing Room 1 of the Commonwealth Keystone Building, 400 North St., Harrisburg, PA to examine the competitive electricity retail market for the [...]

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