Nielsen Surveys Find Consumer Interest in Solar, Sustainability on the Rise

“Clean economy company CEOs should be really encouraged by these findings,” says Michael Casey, President of cleantech PR firm Tigercomm. “They are the latest data set showing that demand for what they are offering is getting baked into consumer preferences. The phony controversies of Solyndra and 'Climategate' of the last decade are fading. The critics and doubters are losing. ”
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ExxonMobil’s PR Smog Screen

Today, we can add in an element of urgency for ExxonMobil and other fossil fuel companies, as the price of renewables like solar and wind have plummeted in recent years, making them increasingly viable competitors with fossil fuels. Heck, even major oil exporters like Saudi Arabia, are increasingly looking to clean energy to power their economies. No wonder ExxonMobil is worried.
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Another Sign of Momentum for U.S. Offshore Wind

In sum, this is an encouraging time for the U.S. offshore wind power industry, with many signs of momentum to get excited about. Now, the key will be pushing forward on all these projects, building on successes, and actualizing the enormous potential offshore wind power offers - NREL estimates as much as 4,150 gigawatts of potential capacity - to America.
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Citi Report Destroys the Main Arguments Against Switching to a Clean Energy Economy

The bottom line of all this is clear: the growing clamor by major corporations across sectors, along with investment houses big and small, for greater access to renewables is based on reasoning well-grounded, indeed inevitable, for economic and sustainability reasons alike. The question is how fast this transition moves.
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