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Navigating the Current Climate Change Fight in Government and Sol-Up’s Role in it

May 31, 2023|Categories: Did you Know?, In the News|

At Sol-Up, we're deeply committed to being a part of the solution to climate change, continually investing in technologies and practices that help build a more sustainable world. As such, we keep a keen eye on government policies and actions, recognizing that their decisions can have a profound effect on the future of renewable energy. In today's post, we'd like to share

Simplifying SREC/PEC Applications: Sol-Up’s Hassle-Free Solution

May 27, 2023|Categories: Did you Know?, In the News|

In today's rapidly evolving world, solar energy has emerged as a promising solution to combat climate change while saving on electricity bills. As homeowners and businesses increasingly adopt solar power systems, they can take advantage of various incentives and benefits, including Solar Renewable Energy Certificates (SRECs) and Production Energy Credits (PECs). However, navigating the complexities of SREC/PEC applications can be overwhelming for

Premier Solar Application and Form Services

May 22, 2023|Categories: Did you Know?, In the News|

Are you seeking a sustainable, cost-effective energy solution for your home or business? Look no further than Sol-Up, a leading cutting-edge solar application and form services provider. With our customer-centric approach, we're committed to helping you harness the power of the sun. Harness the Power of Solar Energy with Sol-Up Sol-Up believes in the limitless potential of renewable energy and has made

Harnessing the Sun: The Current State and Growth of Solar Energy in the U.S.

May 19, 2023|Categories: Did you Know?, In the News|

Once considered an unrealistic and expensive dream, solar energy has transformed into a bright reality for the United States. When the sun rises each morning, it doesn't just illuminate our world – it presents an opportunity to harness its power and transform it into sustainable, renewable energy. This post delves into the current state and growth of solar energy in the U.S.,

NEVADA NCL NEWS

May 10, 2023|Categories: Did you Know?|

ENERGY   Las Vegas Review Journal | Can Nevada’s mining industry help fuel the transition to renewable energy? May 5, 2023 Dana Bennett has been appointed interim president of the Nevada Mining Association. She will replace Tyre Gray, who left the association in February. The focus of the association is AB 313, which would ban pit lakes formed by mines across the

Sol-Up Las Vegas: Powering a Sustainable Future with Expert Solar System Installations

May 4, 2023|Categories: Did you Know?|

As the world continues to grapple with climate change and the urgent need for sustainable energy solutions, Sol-Up Las Vegas is at the forefront of providing cutting-edge solar system installations to homes and businesses. In this blog post, we will discuss the advantages of solar energy and how our team at Sol-Up can help you harness the power of the sun to

EPA moves to enable Louisiana CO2 storage

May 4, 2023|Categories: Climate Change, Did you Know?|

The Environmental Protection Agency plans to grant Louisiana state regulators permitting authority to inject carbon dioxide into underground rock formations, Ben writes. Why it matters: It could speed up pending and future projects in a state that oil companies and others see as a key region for CO2 storage. Driving the news: EPA floated draft plans Friday to approve the state's application

Sol-Up Achievements

April 26, 2023|Categories: Did you Know?, In the News|

Sol-Up is a leading solar power installation company based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Founded in 2009, the company has quickly established itself as an industry leader and an advocate for clean, renewable energy. With a focus on customer satisfaction and quality service, Sol-Up has made a significant impact on the solar energy market in Nevada. In this post, we will explore some

What to watch in EPA’s power plant climate rules

April 24, 2023|Categories: Did you Know?|

The Environmental Protection Agency is said to be nearing the release of draft rules to force carbon emissions cuts at the nation's power plants, Ben writes. Why it matters: Electricity production is the second-largest source of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, mostly from coal- and gas-fired plants. Driving the news: The New York Times reports that under the plan, these plants could need to end nearly all their

Climate Change

2023 is currently in 4th place in race to warmest year: NOAA

May 15, 2023|Categories: Climate Change|

April's global climate statistics are in, and three of the main temperature-tracking groups found that the month was the fourth-warmest April on record, Andrew writes. Driving the news: The most recent agency to weigh in is NOAA, whose findings echo Europe's Copernicus Climate Change Service and NASA. NOAA also found the January-April period stands as the fourth-warmest on record. Zoom in: In addition, the Southern Hemisphere had its warmest

Tropical Cyclone Mocha fits a climate-driven pattern

May 15, 2023|Categories: Climate Change|

Tropical Cyclone Mocha, which struck Myanmar and Bangladesh as a high-end Category 4 storm on Sunday, is a catastrophic example of a rapidly strengthening storm — one that leaps multiple intensity categories, Andrew writes. Why it matters: Rapid intensification, along with higher rainfall rates, are key ways that climate change is influencing nature's strongest storms. Studies show such storms are becoming increasingly common and the magnitude of

EPA moves to enable Louisiana CO2 storage

May 4, 2023|Categories: Climate Change, Did you Know?|

The Environmental Protection Agency plans to grant Louisiana state regulators permitting authority to inject carbon dioxide into underground rock formations, Ben writes. Why it matters: It could speed up pending and future projects in a state that oil companies and others see as a key region for CO2 storage. Driving the news: EPA floated draft plans Friday to approve the state's application

Ocean temperatures’ ominous spike

May 4, 2023|Categories: Climate Change|

Since mid-March, the world’s oceans have been hotter than at any time since at least 1982, raising concerns among some climate experts about accelerated warming, Andrew writes. Why it matters: Hotter oceans are hugely consequential for land areas, because they can contribute to more frequent and severe extreme weather and climate events, from deluges to heat waves. In addition, the temperature spike

Climate Change and Solar

April 14, 2023|Categories: Climate Change, Did you Know?|

Climate change is having a significant effect on solar energy production both on a residential and commercial level. Rising temperatures and changes in weather patterns are causing fluctuations in solar energy generation, which can have a dramatic impact on solar power production. On a residential level, solar energy systems are particularly vulnerable to climate change. Fluctuations in temperatures can reduce the efficiency

Get ready for El Niño and its many impacts

April 14, 2023|Categories: Climate Change|

Sea surface temperatures in the equatorial tropical Pacific Ocean are increasing, likely heralding the arrival of an El Nino event hot on the heels of a long-lasting La Niña that ended in March, Andrew writes. Driving the news: NOAA declared an El Niño Watch Thursday, putting the odds that the periodic climate cycle will develop during May through July at 62%. Zoom in: Some computer models are projecting a strong

Climate-displaced Americans face discrimination

April 14, 2023|Categories: Climate Change, Did you Know?|

About one in three Americans reported in a recent Gallup poll that they have personally experienced an extreme weather event within the last two years, Axios' Ayurella Horn-Muller reports. Why it matters: Climate change is fueling more severe and common storms, floods and wildfires nationwide — and experts say disaster relief systems aren't built to withstand the resulting mass displacement. The result: More people are left at the mercy of

What carbon removal can — and can’t — achieve

April 14, 2023|Categories: Climate Change, Did you Know?|

Boldface names in the carbon removal sector and wider climate world want to make something crystal clear: they don't see the tech as a substitute for cutting emissions, and neither should you, Ben writes. Driving the news: "Emission reductions and [carbon dioxide removal] should be clearly distinguished from each other," the direct air capture company Climeworks said in a lengthy new statement. How it works: Those differences

The prime minister who may revamp climate finance

April 14, 2023|Categories: Climate Change, Did you Know?|

Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley, who burst onto the international climate policy scene with a searing speech at 2021's COP26 conference in Glasgow, is now spearheading a push for global institutions to finally meet the challenges of environmental degradation, Andrew writes. Why it matters: Her effort, known as the Bridgetown Initiative, or another like it may help avert the suffering of billions in the developing world who