Of course, not all business owners are being denied bank loans for renewable-energy projects. Abel Zalcberg, founder of OFM, a furniture manufacturer in Holly Springs, N.C., says the company recently secured a loan covering 100% of the cost of a 250-kilowatt solar-panel system for its rooftop. Click here for full story.
From where Abel Zalcberg sits in his office at OFM headquarters in Holly Springs, North Carolina, he can’t see the 250-kilowatt solar photovoltaic system on the roof, but its ROI is a glaring factor in his bottom line. Click here for full story.
According to Ethan Budiansky of Trees for the Future, a nonprofit which plants trees for the benefit of communities worldwide, the Moringa, or Miracle Tree, might be part of the long-term solution for these devastated communities. Click here for full story.