May – June 2015

CEFCU Steering Committee

Building the Clean Energy Federal Credit Union

VOLUME 29, NO. 3


Building the Clean Energy Federal Credit Union
Five innovative solar companies focus on the challenge of financing clean energy projects.
by Amanda Bybee

Community Solar: The Utility of the Future
A Colorado community is developing a community-based clean energy economy.
by Timothy Schoechle

A Net Metered Solar Project Benefits All Ratepayers
A solar photovoltaic installation at a Christian university benefits the local utility as well as the larger community.
by Anthony E. Smith

Expanding Horizons: Shaping the New Energy Economy
The American Solar Energy Society will hold its SOLAR 2015 conference July 28-30, 2015, at Pennsylvania State University in State College, Pennsylvania.
by Madelion Brinkley


In Every Issue

Are We Asking the Right Climate Change Question?
by Joel Stronberg

Generate Electricity and Enjoy the View
by Maureen McIntyre

Streamlining Renewable Energy Manufacturing
by Del Williams

Green Business
Toward Massive Solar Deployment in the United States
by Rona Fried, Ph.D.

Policy Update
Clean Energy Advocates: Time to Act!
by Robert Ukeiley

The Trade
Turbine Certification Informs Consumers, Advances Market
by Mick Sagrillo

Parting Shot
Public Art Meets Sustainability in Texas
by Maureen McIntyre

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