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Euclid Partners with NXTGEN to Become “The Sustainable Lakefront City”

The City of Euclid has entered an innovative partnership with NXTGEN Clean Energy Solutions to explore environmentally friendly options that will help Euclid meet its “sustainable lakefront city” goals. Euclid, a current member of the Power a Clean Future Ohio (PCFO) campaign, has made an ongoing commitment to reduce carbon footprint, attract clean energy, implement […]

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Russ Bates’ Interview with Paul Webb of the “Energy Speaks Back” Podcast

NXTGEN Founder Russ Bates was recently interviewed for Paul Webb’s “Energy Speaks Back” podcast. Paul describes his mission as bringing Energy Experts together across the world sharing knowledge about how to generate savings on business’ 3rd largest expense after property and people. Paul speaks to Global Energy Experts around the World and solicits their unconditional […]

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Russ Bates’ Interview with Green.org

Russ Bates, Founder & CEO of NXTGEN Clean Energy Solutions, was recently interviewed by Green.Org to provide insight into his transition from the fossil fuel power generation industry to the clean energy sector as well as to share some of his experiences with founding NXTGEN Clean Energy Solutions. Green.Org is a television show, podcast, social […]

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EV Charging Compatibility on the Road

Everyone who buys an electric vehicle will not need an at-home charging station because all mass-produced electric vehicles today include a charging unit that you can plug into any standard 110v outlet. For most people however, because the charge time for your EV is much faster with a Level 2 Charging Station, it makes sense […]

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Clean Jobs Midwest – 2021 Report

Clean Jobs Midwest is an annual report on clean energy employment based on survey data within 12 Midwestern states. The goal of the report is to show the size, scope, and potential of the clean energy industry within Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. On August […]

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