From the monthly archives: April 2010

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.

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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.

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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.

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