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Clean Energy Contractors outgrows its Tempe location

1888 E Broadway 1, CushWake, WEB

Cushman & Wakefield of Arizona, Inc. negotiated a lease for Clean Energy Contractors, relocating the electrical contracting company to 1888 E. Broadway Rd. The company leased a 26,023-square-foot space, bringing the property to full occupancy. Clean Energy Contractors took possession of the space this week, relocating from 1856 E. 6th St. in Tempe. John Grady,… Read More →

Pending Favorable Legislation For Investors In Renewable Energy

Despite significant investments in renewable energy technologies in the US, manufacturing and deployment of renewable energy has lagged relative to the size of the US economy according to the recently released “Who’s Winning the Clean Energy Race 2012,” published by The Pew Charitable Trust. In an effort to spur investment, bipartisan legislation was recently re-introduced… Read More →

Phoenix-Based Company Takes Sustainability Global

Tony Tiedemann
by in Green | Tech

Tiedemann Globe is putting a new spin on the adage “from rags to riches” in its commitment to sustainability. The company sells and exports used clothing and industrial wiping rags in the hopes of cashing in on some green – green energy, that is. Tiedemann Globe recycles about 30 million pounds of used goods and… Read More →

Solar Trees: Growing Green

by in Green | Tech

We’ve all heard that money doesn’t grow on trees. Does it grow on solar trees? One of the latest solar inventions, the Solar Tree, is digging its roots into the business world and residential communities. The idea of the solar tree first sprouted on the streets of Vienna. The concept was a little different, but… Read More →

Green Jobs, Good Future

Job Increase
by in Blogs | Economy | Green

We are all very aware of the plight our economy is facing, but there is one bright spot in the darkness of the recession — green jobs. According to a study by the Pew Charitable Trusts, the number of green jobs in the United States grew 9.1 percent from 1998 to 2007. Traditional jobs, on… Read More →

$467 Million For Geothermal And Solar Energy Projects

by in Blogs | Green | Tech

Sustainability is an ongoing movement that requires commitment from all — from politicians to regular citizens and everyone in between. In my ongoing quest of educating myself about news and events going on in the world of “green” I came across this release from the U.S. Department of Energy. During the 2008 presidential campaign President… Read More →