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Corbett Rolling Back PA's Renewable Energy Focus

When Ed Rendell left the Pennsylvania governor's office last year after two terms, he and others said his lasting environmental lega

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Solar in the City: Renewable Energy in Urban Spaces

Look up in the Pittsburgh sky, and chances are, you'll see an over cast of clouds.

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Townhouse Gives Back to Energy Grid

A green townhouse development now includes a model that uses net zero--and on sunny days--negative amounts of energy.

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Heating Up the Solar Market in Western Pennsylvania

It turns out that you donít have to live in sunny California to go solar.

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News Analysis: Developing Sun Power In Pennsylvania

For the first time, Pennsylvania has dedicated a sizable chunk of state funds to the development of solar energy.

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Building Carnegie Mellon's Solar Decathlon Home

Host Matthew Craig speaks with Stephen Lee, Professor in the School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon, to learn about this year's e

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Carnegie Mellon Solar House Design

Professor Stephen Lee of Carnegie Mellon University shows host Matthew Craig the design for this year's entry for the Solar Decathlo

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Students Work on Solar Decathlon Home

Host Matthew Craig checks in with Professor Stephen Lee and his merry band of student builders as they ready their entry for the 2007 Sol

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Solar Products for Consumers

Recently, several thousand people from around the country and abroad focused on the merits of solar and other renewable energy resources

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