Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy

October 21, 2012

From the top businesses using renewable energy to the different types of renewable energy to the numerous green jobs renewable energy creates to renewable energy usage by state to potential renewable energy growth, this infographic provides some useful renewable energy info in a fun format. Enjoy! Source

Community Environmental Council

Community Environmental Council’s Results 2011

September 28, 2012

This infographic shows the growing clean energy movement in Santa Barbara, CA led by the Community Environmental Council. Join the movement! Source

Five Things that We Could do to Save the Earth

Five Things that We Could do to Save the Earth

August 20, 2012

These are the 4 types of graphic drawn to represent the article on climate changes. It is shown in a very concise way and it is easy to lay the eye upon. Source

Reinventing Fire: Five Interesting Facts About Our Energy-Hogging Economy

Reinventing Fire: Five Interesting Facts About Our Energy-Hogging Economy

August 18, 2012

For a while, we almost had it. Before America’s comprehensive climate and energy bill turned into a devastating failure in 2010, the U.S. seemed to be on the verge of having an energy plan based on a sustainable vision for the future. But today, with “climate,” “clean energy investment” and “green jobs” being dirty words […]

Clean Energy in Massachusetts

Clean Energy in Massachusetts

July 21, 2012

Clean Energy in Massachusetts Source

Energy Cost Spending Statistics

Energy Cost Spending Statistics

June 30, 2012

The government spends lots of money to promote the energy production, which lets it to make energy least expensive than it should outlay in the open marketplace. These subsidies are also in the type of direct funding or tax breaks. Below infographic shows statistics of spending the money in energy industry. Source

High Gas Prices

High Gas Prices

June 15, 2012

In this infographic they analyze whether off shore drilling or oil subsidies will ultimately make the price of gas go down. They determine that neither will ultimately reduce gas prices, therefore renewable energy is the most viable solution. Source

Bring Solar Home Campaign Success

Bring Solar Home Campaign Success

May 9, 2012

Bring Solar Home is an initiative of the non-profit advocacy organization, Solar San Antonio, to encourage local solar commitments and educate the community on the benefits of solar energy. We are working with CPS Energy, solar installers, and financial institutions to simplify the process of “going solar.” Source