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NPR: Powered By Faith, Religious Groups Emerge As a Conduit For A Just Solar Boom

Read about Ipsun's installation at the Monastery of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel in Northeast DC, featured in this NPR story: [...]

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Ipsun Solar Chosen as Part of Historic Fairfax County Solar PPA Initiative

December 13, 2019, Fairfax, VA- Ipsun Solar is proud to be a part of Fairfax County’s Solar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) initiative, the largest solar PPA[...]

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Biofuels: A Valuable Resource to Fight Climate Change

Some of the assets to consider in order to reduce the dependence on fossil fuels are the alternative sources of fuels, like electricity and biofuels.[...]

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Ipsun is Proud to Be a Part of Historic Fairfax County Solar Initiative

Fairfax County Awards Solar Power Purchase Agreement Contracts, Launches Large-Scale Renewable Energy Initiative

Solar Arrays Could Help County Avoid[...]

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Will Congress Extend the ITC?

The 30% solar Federal Incentive Tax Credit (ITC) is due to sunset starting in 2020. This tax credit has enabled solar to grow as an industry and helped[...]

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Tax Credits: Our Most Effective Weapon Against Climate Change

Rhodium Study finds that clean energy tax credits, which may be phased out if congress does not vote to extend them, are the most effective means the US[...]

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Let’s Not Put the Brakes on Clean Energy

Of all the federal government programs, there’s one that’s actually working -- the federal investment tax credit, which allows a 30% federal tax credit for[...]

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The European Investment Bank Becomes a Major Player in the Fight for Climate Change

The European Investment Bank (EIB) changes course now that Ursula Von der Leyen leads the European Commission. The members of the European Union confirmed[...]

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Beyond Fossil Fuels

Every day Ipsun Solar is involved in the battle against fossil fuels, trying to make its contribution to global issues such as climate change, natural[...]

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New Guidelines Allow More Solar in D.C. Historic Districts

We are applauding the news that D.C.’s Historic Preservation Office has drafted new sustainability guidelines loosening the restrictions for Historic[...]

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