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    Thursday, May 04, 2017

    Five Big Names Backing Solar

    These 5 Celebs Are Big Solar Buffs

    May 1, 2017 (The Climate Reality Project via EcoWatch)

    “Solar energy is cheaper and more efficient than ever…The price of utility-scale solar has dropped [by over 50% since 2009 and rooftop] solar is now cost-competitive with the traditional grid in [some] of the U.S…[Its success has won support from many prominent people including celebrities who] care deeply about the future of our planet…[The best of them] practice what they preach by incorporating solar energy into their own lives…[and] use their place in the spotlight to advocate for climate solutions…[Cate Blanchett and her husband led the installation of 1,906 solar panels on the Sydney Theatre Company home…Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s and her writer-producer husband made their home energy efficient, added rooftop solar and spoke out] against the Keystone XL pipeline…Edward Norton…is the United Nations Goodwill Ambassador for Biodiversity and works on the BP Solar Neighbors Program, which matches each celebrity purchase of a solar-energy home with solar panels for a low-income family…[The Maroon 5 band is] six environmentally conscious celebs…[who use their tour] to promote solar power and recycling…[and] work with Reverb, a nonprofit that educates and engages musicians and their fans to promote environmental sustainability…” click here for more

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