President Trump announced the United States withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement as part of his campaign promise to place more money in the coal industry. The decision to leave the agreement has been highly cautioned to Trump, as the effects of doing so will create a wide spread gap in the union. Even still, Trump is determined to leave the agreement; he believes it will interfere with the creation of coal plant related jobs in Western States. The Paris Agreement, as of today holds 194 countries under the accord, leaving only 2 out , Syria and Nicaragua. The United States, being the world’s 2nd largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, holds a fair amount of responsibility within the agreement. They are essential to presuming provisions that are necessary for the oversight of monitoring, verifying, and reporting emissions. Without this, it is likely that the recording of greenhouse gas emissions could be taken much more loosely, causing a drastic shift in our progression towards climate change.
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There has been a heightened sensibility since President Donald Trump announced his withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement. Plans for the 3rd Annual Climate Summit held in Boston, MA this year, are looking to be called off. Federal support for the event is being halted and previously involved countries, are ceasing communication with the United States. The Mayor of Boston, Martin J. Walsh said that, based on lack of federal communication, ‘it doesn’t seem like there is any interest at all to move forward’ with the summit. Climate change supporters however, are imploring the city to move forward with the event; they believe that now, is a more crucial time than ever. read more →
Last October, PSE&G announced the closing of their two remaining power plants in Hamilton and Jersey City, NJ due to the rising cost of energy bills. There are significant long-term benefits to the plants’ removal. This will allow the United States to greatly reduce levels of mercury, carbon, sulfur dioxide, and water pollution. New Jersey’s energy will now be split between natural and neutral gas plants that are not due to run until 2020. The competitive low cost of natural energy is thought to have had an effect on the termination of these two plants. PSE&G recognized that it was unwise for the company to rely primarily on one source of energy .
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Cherry Hill, NJ – CEO of Code Green Solar, Charles Kartsaklis recently granted a Wigs & Wishes wish for 7-year old Avery Moskowitz who was diagnosed with stage 4 Neuroblastoma on August 8th, 2013. Since her diagnosis, she has had to endure countless rounds of chemotherapy and surgeries to fight her cancer. Avery’s wish was to spend a week in Disney World located in Orlando, Florida. Karsaklis’s donation included VIP park passes for her and her parents, Seth and Shara Moskowitz who also attended the trip. Avery enjoyed her trip and was elated to be granted her wish to travel to Disney World.
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1. Solar Panels do not work well in cold climates
Solar panels function based on the amount of sunlight exposed to the panels. In fact, solar panels have been shown to work better in colder climates. The cold weather increases the panels efficiency with a more even flow of electricity. The amount of energy produced by the solar panels is reduced in cloudier conditions. However, a solar panel system is set up to use excess energy built up from summer months and clear winter days. In the event of snowfall, most solar systems are angled on a roof to allow the snow to simply slide off the panels. According to Renewable Energy Word, Germany is a country that draws in half of the sunlight as some United States’ cities. Despite this, they are still the number one solar energy producer. read more →
Summertime’s around the corner and we’re breaking out our flip-flops and sunblock to prepare for the heat wave ahead! The past few summers have seen rising peaks in temperature and we can’t help but question, is global warming to blame? Scientists have proven that over time, our carbon dioxide and toxic greenhouse gas emissions are causing the earth to steadily become warmer at a much faster rate. What does this mean for humanity?
Cherry Hill, NJ (June 22, 2017) – Code Green Solar, LLC. (CGS), a NJ based installer of residential and commercial solar systems, announced today that it has reached yet another milestone; last month, Code Green had experienced a record-breaking surge in installations for New Jersey and Puerto Rico. In May, New Jersey and Puerto Rico installation teams hit over 500 installations, making it the highest month in the company’s history.
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Blackwood, NJ (June 2nd, 2017) – Code Green Solar, LLC., a leading renewable energy and solar installation company, attended the 6th annual Todd Baldino Memorial Scholarship Golf Outing. The fundraising event was sponsored by T.B.A.A. soccer, an organization that honors the sudden passing of dedicated member, Todd Baldino. read more →