INDIANA’S LARGEST SOLAR ENERGY PROJECT

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The power of the sun will be harnessed later this month to produce solar electricity on a size and scale never before seen in Indiana.

Starting April 29, an array of 6,152 solar panels, installed last winter on the roof of a federal office building, will create more than 2 megawatts of electricity an hour, enough to power about 1,000 homes.

Solar energy in the U.S.
» In 2010, the U.S. solar market grew 67 percent in value, reaching $6 billion, up from $3.6 billion in 2009.

» Solar electric installations last year totaled 956 megawatts to reach a cumulative installed capacity of 2.6 gigawatts

St. LOUIS MO. HABITAT for HUMANITY GOES GREEN

The Habitat for Humanity St. Louis (HFHSL) a nonprofit agency has recently built 17 green homes just north of downtown St. Louis Mo.

Habitat for Humanity was able to build green by using sustainable materials and installing eco-friendly products, such as tankless water heaters, geothermal exchange heating and cooling systems, structural insulated panels, cool roofs, low-VOC paints, and copper fire sprinkler systems.

Welcome to Green Maltese

Greetings to all my Brother & Sister Firefighters

What is Green Maltese?

Green Maltese:

My goal is that Green Maltese becomes the place where fire service leaders can gain and share knowledge about the Green Movement and anything about Green (Sustainable) Building Construction.

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