The Starion Energy Blog

Category: green energy

How to Productively Get Involved in Earth Day 2021

Spring and this year’s celebration of our planet, Earth Day 2021, are quickly approaching. What began 52 years ago as a call for peace and respect toward the planet by activist John McConnell has blossomed into a very influential and far-reaching movement to educate the world in matters of climate, reservation, and the environment at large.

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The Best Kitchen Tech Designed to Save Water and Energy

Your kitchen is the most significant room in your home. It’s the place you make memories. It is where you enjoy holiday meals, Christmas cookies, and 4th of July barbecues. The kitchen is the heart of the home.

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Four Gifts To Show Your Love of Planet Earth This Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day is February 14th. With love and romance in the air, many of you may be pondering different types of gifts to share with the important people in your lives. There are of course the traditional presents of flowers and candy, which are great, but can also be somewhat predictable. For those of you looking to do something a little different this year and are also interested in helping planet earth, we would like to recommend adding some environmentally themed ideas to your Valentine’s Day gift lists.

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Eight Predictions for the Future of Renewable Energy

The International Energy Agency predicts that by 2024, renewable energy will take up 30% of the world’s energy. In recent years, wind and solar energy sources have experienced unprecedented growth. In 2019, solar energy made up 60% of new installations total energy capacity. Along with this global shift to greener power, there will be new patterns in storage, installation, and utilization.

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Everything You Need to Know About Renewable Energy Credits

What Are Renewable Energy Credits? Every Renewable Energy Credit represents one megawatt-hour of renewable energy added to the grid. Sources of renewable energy can include solar, wind, hydroelectric, or even nuclear and natural gas generation facilities. RECs aren’t really a unit of energy, but rather a certificate of the attributes related to the energy source. Some of the information recorded on Renewable Energy Credits are: ? The renewable facility’s location and build date. ? A unique identification number and certificate type. ? Eligibility for certification under the applicable RPS. Additional data may include the emissions rating of the renewable facility, generation type, project name, and total capacity. How Do Renewable Energy Credits Work? An electrical

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