Written by Lee Roscoe; Photo by Rachael Ligget Beth Draper at Yellowstone in September… Ten years ago, Beth Draper had a vision of a magazine which did not exist and which she had to make happen. Now her invention, CHA Magazine (formerly Cape Healing Arts), is closing. In an interview this week, Draper said the…

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All the arrays are in place and the final wiring is being prepared for the big day. On January 20th, the utility transformer will be upgraded at the site to handle all the power produced by the Brewster Community Solar Garden® Project. Its capacity must be doubled to accept the peak output from the system.…

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Whether you watched the ball drop in New York’s Time Square, rang in the New Year to a local fireworks display, or fell asleep before 9pm; you probably made a few New Year resolutions. Some of the classic resolutions include: eating better / losing weight / working out, spending more time with family and friends,…

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Thanks to the Dennis Alternative Energy Committee for the gracious invitation to present at their meeting Monday evening. Andrew Wade presented the technical overview of residential PV systems; Luke Hinkle provided a summary of two alternative methods for citizens and businesses to participate in solar: the Unutility Electric model for providing third-party-ownership solar and the…

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By Rich Eldred Cape Codder BREWSTER: The twin wind turbines once proposed for Freeman’s Way in Brewster remain only a dream, but town-owned land is about to host the largest solar project on the Outer Cape. “At the end of this week it’s essentially complete,” declared Luke Hinkle, president of MyGenerationEnergy. Hinkle’s company has finished…

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