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Data Centers are a Bright Spot in an Anemic Office Rental Market

On October 5th, 2011, posted in: Clean Tech, Uncategorized by ggpenergy123

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              There are a few industries that are going to continue to grow and Data Centers are one of them. Found this article in the LA times. Please enjoy. By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times While most of Southern California’s office rental market remains as anemic as the economy, [...]

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New Consortium Turning Old Building “Green”

On September 22nd, 2011, posted in: Clean Living, Clean Tech, Sustainable Energy by ggpenergy123

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        There was a great article in the New York Times Called Tax Plan to Turn Old Buildings “Green” Finds Flavor which really shows what is happening in the Clean Tech space. Please enjoy. By JUSTIN GILLIS A business consortium that includes Lockheed Martin and Barclays bank plans to invest as much [...]

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Energy Management for Efficiency, Sustainability, and Savings

Have you ever measured your personal carbon footprint? If your answer is “no”, you can use the calculator on the GGP website or the website myfootprint.org has a free carbon footprint calculator you may want to check out. My results you ask? If everyone on the planet lived my lifestyle we would actually need 4.34 [...]

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‘Negawatt’ Concept Closer to Reality

      This Negawatt concept has been brewing for some time now. This was in Fierce Energy today. Utilities face common challenges: The need to ramp up renewable resources, cost-effective investment in generation, planning for the future and managing reliability, to name a few. There is no cleaner, more sustainable or cost-effective kilowatt than [...]

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LED Lighting Prices to ‘Plummet’ By 2015, VantagePoint Says

        Here is a great article we found in Bloomberg and we were certainly happy to read it. One of our four major products at GGP Energy is our Lumen FLOW product line which does offer LED lights and we certainly hope VantagePoint Capital Partners is correct. Please enjoy. VantagePoint Capital Partners, [...]

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Is Energy Sourcing the Gateway Drug to Energy Efficiency?

        Found this article in Forbes (you can also find it here at Altenergystocks which is Tom’s personal blog) and loved it. Clean Tech is picking up momentum every day. This article shows large companies and major universities sprinting toward the Clean Tech space.  Please enjoy. I recently interviewed Richard Domaleski, CEO [...]

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Pentagon’s First Energy Plan

          The Pentagon put together their first Energy Plan. This is important because it does a little more to legitimize the sector as a whole. This article was in the Wall Street Journal. In a bid to save lives and money, the Department of Defense on Tuesday presented its first plan [...]

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Energy prices to rise by year end, warns Bord Gáis

        Although nobody actually has a crystal ball it is clear some folks are certain traditional energy prices will be on the rise.  We found this article by Laura Slattery, in the Irish Times, please enjoy. ENERGY PRICES will rise later this year, Bord Gáis Energy has warned, with the higher costs [...]

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Only Smart Grids Have the Answer

    There is no question eventually electric grids will be smart grid enabled. What that actually looks and tastes like is still a very large question. There are some very big issues up in the air, for example, how to effectively take stress off the grid at the peak times. More importantly how to [...]

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FuelCell Energy Wins Huge in Korea

    As you may or may not know we knows the guys at Bloom and always love to see them continue to take the market by storm.  Here is a nice article by in Green Tech Media by Eric Wesoff. Please enjoy and please contact us with any questions about Bloom Energy.   Going [...]

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