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Community Solar Is Bringing Renewable Energy to Everyone

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A new business model for residential power enables people to switch to solar without the up-front cost of home installation, a critical step in bringing lower-income Americans into the green fold.

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Bioenergy Demonstration by Dr. Valerie Hunt

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Top 3 amazing videos . DIY | How to make hydroelectric turbines for life. Free energy, clean energy.

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The Future of U.S. Solar Photovoltaic Technology – Q&A – Tonio Buonassisi

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The solar photovoltaic (PV) industry continues to grow, despite intense international competition and recent margin compression.

Can innovation in technology and manufacturing allow American companies to compete and ultimately thrive in this huge but challenging market?

Professor Buonassisi will address these questions as he explores the outlook for American PV cell and module suppliers. He will begin by using an industry-validated bottoms-up cost model to compare the cost-reduction potentials of various innovative PV technologies, and how their successful development could influence manufacturing location decisions. He will also describe recent progress toward these innovative technologies, highlighting the new computational and experimental tools that have accelerated the cycle of discovery and product development — providing “sneak peeks” at the technologies that may grace rooftops in years to come. He will conclude by showcasing recent success stories of U.S. innovation.

Join us as Professor Buonassisi explains how technology innovation will open up pathways for success in the U.S. solar PV industry.

Tonio Buonassisi, MIT Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, heads an interdisciplinary research laboratory focused on photovoltaics (PV). He completed his Ph.D. in Applied Science & Technology at UC Berkeley, with additional research at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems and the Max-Planck-Institute for Microstructure Physics. He is author of over a hundred journal papers, and co-developer of a dedicated course on photovoltaics.

Prof. Buonassisi invents, develops, and applies defect-engineering techniques over the entire solar cell process, from crystal growth to modules, improving the cost effectiveness of commercial and next-generation solar cells. Several of his PV innovations have been implemented in industry, including key contributions leading to the founding of solar start-ups and a research institute.

Work, Power, and Efficiency: Sample Physics Problem

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This video demonstrates work, power, and efficiency calculations for a sample physics problem. Visit for more!
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Webinar: Quantifying the Potential to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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Join GBB’s Benjamin John, Climate Change & Energy Specialist, and grow you climate literacy as he discusses everything you need to know about greenhouse gases (GHGs) and your carbon footprint. You’ll also learn how to calculate your personal greenhouse gas emissions using GBB’s carbon calculator and what your results mean!
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This Overlooked Energy Source Could Supply 50% Of Electricity

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Miles below the Earth’s surface, there’s enough thermal energy to power all of humanity for the foreseeable future. It’s called geothermal energy, and it’s poised to play an increasingly large role as a source of always available, renewable power. Now, there are a number of startups in the geothermal space, working to figure out how to access this heat in difficult to reach geographies, at a price point that makes sense. And it’s even gotten the attention of oil and gas industry giants, who are interested in greening their portfolios while sticking to their core competencies – extracting energy resources from deep within the Earth. 

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Solar Energy 101 – How Solar Panels Work

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Solar Energy 101 - How Solar Panels Work

We are leaders in supplying solar energy to residential, commercial, and industrial clients. Our team is made up of professionals that aim to protect the environment with the latest available technologies, as well as offer long term savings to the consumer. Our experience in business and the value we place on each individual puts us one step ahead of the competition. Our goal in business is to ensure customer satisfaction and provide ideal solutions.


Solar Optimum is in the business of contributing to global change by providing environmentally friendly, alternative, independent, affordable, and efficient energy to consumers.


Natural resources are scarce and our addiction to traditional forms of fuels has brought us closer to the precipice. It is up to us to change, to find new and innovative ways to fuel our lives. As a result of our addiction today, tomorrow’s generation will face challenges beyond control. We want to be a part of this change and help our community become energy independent. The bottom line? Help save our planet.


I. Educate

We take the privilege of educating our customers in all the areas of solar energy. In order to make wise investment decisions, you will need a solid education in renewable energy. In helping you obtain this knowledge, we have produced five easy to understand videos, along with a glossary of terms and answers to frequently asked questions, available on our company website (

II. Assess Needs

Once you get familiar with the know-hows of solar and are comfortable in moving forward, a Solar Optimum energy consultant will pay you a personal visit. During the appointment, the consultant will review past utility statements, conduct a detailed shade analysis, inspect the property for possible solar friendly areas, take measurements, and answer all the questions you may have.

III. Provide Solutions

Based on your needs, we will engineer and design the proper system, help lock in rebates, obtain the proper permits, and schedule all inspections. A Solar Optimum professional will also be present at all preferred events requiring assistance. It is our goal to provide the highest level of customer care and surpass all expectations.
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Efficiency Formula | Physics Animation

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This video explains “Efficiency Formula” in a fun and easy way.
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Recycling & Compost – Reduces Greenhouse Gas

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Short video introduces greenhouse gas and how it can affect Oakland! Participating in the curbside recycling and composting program, placing the proper material into the proper container is the easiest thing we can do to combat climate change from greenhouse gas.