NewEnergyNews: QUICK NEWS, May 11: FIRE, SHUT DOWN AT NEW YORK NUKE PLANT; EASIER SOLAR SHOPPING FOR NEW YORKERS; POLICIES BACKING NEW ENERGY SUCCEEDING

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    Monday, May 11, 2015

    QUICK NEWS, May 11: FIRE, SHUT DOWN AT NEW YORK NUKE PLANT; EASIER SOLAR SHOPPING FOR NEW YORKERS; POLICIES BACKING NEW ENERGY SUCCEEDING

    FIRE, SHUT DOWN AT NEW YORK NUKE PLANT Video: Transformer fire shuts down Indian Point nuclear plant

    Davide Savenije, May 11, 2015 (Utility Dive)

    “A transformer failure…at Entergy's Indian Point nuclear plant…caused a fire that shut down the facility's Unit 3 reactor…The Unit 3 reactor remains shut down. An Entergy spokesman…[said]] the reactor is safe and stable…The fire caused transformer oil to spill into the Hudson River. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said officials are not yet sure exactly how much oil leaked…[but it was reportedly at least thousands of gallons…” click here for more

    EASIER SOLAR SHOPPING FOR NEW YORKERS EnergySage Launches Local Solar Energy Marketplace for New York State; Comparison Shopping Platform to Facilitate Solar Adoption by Presenting Consumers with Unbiased Facts about Installers, Financing Options and Lowest Price Quotes

    May 11, 2015 (PRNewswire via MarketWatch)

    “[The EnergySage Marketplace] is expanding its presence to New York State to help consumers make well-informed and profitable decisions about solar energy adoption. Backed by theNew York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), the EnergySage marketplace will enable residents to quickly research and compare solar options and obtain multiple price quotes from pre-screened solar installers. The marketplace will also provide New York's solar installers access to a large pool of knowledgeable prospective clients, giving them the ability to reduce customer acquisition costs and efficiently grow their businesses…” click here for more

    POLICIES BACKING NEW ENERGY SUCCEEDING MAP: Successful Renewable Portfolio Standards motivating states to reach higher

    David Ward, May 8, 2015 (American Wind Energy Association)

    “…Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) [have been successful] in attracting renewable energy investment at the state level, which is helping to provide tens of thousands of well-paying jobs all across the country. Because of this success, states are considering expanding these standards or otherwise incentivizing clean energy development…RPS laws are strongly moving forward as they bring significant economic benefits to states, and have the support of the vast majority of the American public. No RPS law has ever been repealed.” click here for more

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