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GPEC Leads Cooperative Effort To Draw More ‘Clean Tech’ Industry To Arizona

GPEC - AZ Business Magazine January/February 2012
by in AZ Business Magazine | Economy | Tech

Insight into innovation: GPEC leads cooperative effort to draw more ‘clean tech’ industry to Arizona Green technology is still a relatively small part of Arizona’s economy, but its potential for growth is a bright spot on the state’s horizon. “At a time when other economic engines have been sputtering, anticipated green job growth among Arizona’s… Read More →

Electric Vehicles And Charging Stations an Arizona Reality

Electric Vehicles and Charging Stations - The future will happen first in Arizona
by in Economy | Green | Tech

The future will happen first in Arizona. That’s because Phoenix and Tucson made a list we can be proud about – we’re one of six states selected to deploy “smart” charging stations as part of an electric vehicle (EV) program funded by the U.S. Department of Energy. Thousands of charging stations will soon be placed… Read More →

China Leading The Way In Green Technology

China Skyscrapers
by in Blogs | Green

Though the country is the world’s top polluter, that isn’t stopping China from leading the way on new green technology. China has begun an effort to figure out how to burn coal without releasing carbon into the atmosphere.That’s quite an ambitious goal — especially for a country that is the biggest source of carbon emissions… Read More →

Star Island — A Green Island Resort Dream

Star Island, Green Island Resort
by in Green | Tech | Travel

While channel surfing on a recent Saturday, I stumbled across a show counting down the best exclusive island resorts. I decided to indulge in a little daydreaming and watched the special. Much to my surprise, near the top of the list was a resort unlike any other. S.T.A.R. Island is a 35-acre island located near… 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 →