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Poll shows public still takes a shine to solar power

November 1st, 2011

Nearly 90 percent of Americans say it is important to develop solar power in the United States, according to a survey about American attitudes toward solar power released today.

Americans of all political affiliations also strongly or “somewhat strongly” support continuing federal subsidies for solar power, according to the fourth annual 2011 Solar Barometer Survey conducted by Kelton Research and commissioned by Schott Solar and theSolar Energy Industry Association.

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Campaign to put solar panels on the White House gets hazy reception

September 10th, 2010

A group of environmentalists who wanted solar panels installed on the White House were able to meet with administration staffers today, but they did not get a commitment for a solar array at the first family’s residence.
The team representing people who’d signed a “Put Solar On The White House” petition included students from Unity College in Maine which has been using a solar array installed on the White House during the Carter Administration. The panels Jimmy Carter had installed were dismantled, and ultimately relocated to Unity College, during the Reagan Administration. The Put Solar On It group carried a remnant of that array to the White House to help make their point that President Obama could again light the way.

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