One year ago, the United States pulled out from the Paris Agreement and left it up to individual states, communities, businesses, and organizations to continue the fight for clean energy. […]
Malin Akerman is an actress and environmental activist who sits on the Board of Directors for the Environmental Media Association. She was among those joining the EMA IMPACT Summit on […]
The big question for energy fuel providers: what now? Renewable energy is growing in popularity, economically it makes more sense as prices continue to drop for wind and solar, and […]
Emilygrene Corp. is a proud member of green energy movement. In addition to our energy efficient service solutions for homes and businesses, we consider it our obligation to spread the […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Emilygrene Corp. To Continue Community Outreach Efforts Into 2018 Glendora, California – October 31, 2017 – Southern California based clean energy installer Emilygrene Corp. announced today plans […]
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The Paris Accord commits all involved nations and states to decreasing pollution emissions by 1.6 billion tons by 2025, the United States being among the top three carbon emitters in the world.
The SCE Midstream Lighting Program offers money back on several LED lighting options that also yield long-term energy savings for businesses and facilities.
“This is the largest city in California to adopt the program, and it’s going to change the energy landscape for the state as other counties come along.”