Solar energy has returned to the White House complex, with three solar installations completed last summer… on a National Park Service maintenance building and on a cabana roof next to the presidential pool and spa…. When asked why a bigger splash hasn’t been made about these installations, James Doherty, an architect with the National Park Service White House Liaison Office, said that the Park Service doesn’t like to advertise what it does at the White House. “We call it ‘silent stewardship,'” he said.
[Environmental Building News]
It’s progress, I guess. Next, how about photovoltaics on the White House itself. Off the grid!
[And maybe even an efficiency+renewables based national energy policy.]

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