Renewable energy / energy saving

Looking for ways to live more resourcefully, become more energy-independent, waste less, and support businesses who do the same? The Greenpages is the place to find information about ways that local organizations are supporting an environmentally sustainable future in the Rockville area.

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New Solar Coop Members Welcome Through Labor Day

By Helen Triolo, last updated 9/1/15 12:00am

If you're interested in putting solar panels on your roof and live in the Rockville area of Montgomery County, you can register here to see if your roof is suitable...

Rockville's Solar Co-op to Help Residents Save Money Going Solar

By Helen Triolo, last updated 4/6/15 03:19pm

Photo: Pepco Watershed Sustainability Center, a working laboratory for Pepco and the University of Maryland that focuses on energy efficiency and sustainable living. Showcasing new technologies, including smart thermostats, ground...

Soaking up the Sun: An Intro to Residential Solar Panels

By Natalie McManus, last updated 7/8/14 08:00am

A large house, three kids who leave lights on, a pool whose filter runs half the day, electrical appliances, and air conditioning - all of which add up to a...

Discussing the Future of Rapid Transit in Rockville

By Nicholas Christopher, last updated 6/21/14 07:02am

On Wednesday, June 25th, Communities for Transit and Coalition for Smarter Growth are holding a free, open event from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at Rockville Memorial Library to discuss Montgomery County's planned...

Solair Systems Selected For Capitol Hill Community Solar Project

By Helen Triolo, last updated 11/9/13 10:22am

Rockville, MD — Rockville-based Solair Systems was selected from seven competitors as the installer for a community solar project in Capitol Hill and Ward 6 neighborhoods in Washington DC, organized...

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