Jax’s Link-O-Rama: Solar Edition

It’s a cold, foggy day in San Francisco, so I’m going to throw a bunch of sunshine on the grill (and by grill, I mean internet, naturally).

Photo from Amanda Lynne Ballard: sunset

Photo is from JimOnLight fab photog Amanda Lynne Ballard.

  • New favorite holiday: Solar Day! (CleanTechnica)
  • The US Air Force is one of the biggest purchasers of wind power in the country, and now the military is digging into solar power, too.  Cool. (CleanTechnica)
  • New import product from the Sahara! (Inhabitat)
  • Transmission-connected solar farm, finally! (CleanTechnica)
  • Not solar powered, but sunburnt: did you go to Coachella?  Did you wonder how they pulled off powering that whole thing?  Here’s how. (TPI Magazine)
  • Not quite there yet: solar-powered air conditioning. (EcoGeek)
  • Upping the competition in the solar market: super-skinny solar film. (Earth2Tech)
  • How to decide whether you should go solar. (CleanTechnica)
  • Want a solar power, but it’s too pricey?  PG&E has an idea. (Earth2Tech)
  • Google’s handing out solar-powered gizmos to doctors with IMC. (CleanTechnica)