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May 23, 2013 All About: Recycling
CNN - (CNN)-- As a concept, recycling has lived and died many times throughout its 4,000-year old history. But it always re-emerges as an idea when humans need it most, such as during the Great Depression, and later during World...
May 22, 2013 Are we on the cusp of a solar energy boom'
The Week Magazine - he total solar energy hitting the Earth each year is equivalent to 12.2 trillion watt-hours. That's over 20,000 times more than the total energy all of humanity consumes each year. And yet photovoltaic solar...
May 21, 2013 Ethanol Tries To Make The Cellulosic Switch
EarthTechling - The U.S. ethanol industry, not long ago booming, is in decline. Rising commodity prices have hurt, as has a trend toward folk driving less; thereâs just not enough gasoline out there to blend the ethanol...
insights.wri.org - The U.S. Department of Energy made a big announcement late last week, green lighting the countryâs second liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project. Many argue that natural gas exports will bring...
Eco-business - Bloomberg's New Energy Finance said in April. Companies that stand to benefit include Kyocera Corp., Sharp Corp. and Suntech Power Japan Corp., all of which make and sell solar panels for residential and industrial...
May 17, 2013 Southern CEO: Renewable energy still not competitiveSource: Atlanta Business Chronicle
Renewable power will not get a major share of Southern Co.’s energy portfolio anytime soon, even as the Atlanta-based utility makes forays into wind and solar power, CEO Tom Fanning said Thursday.
Innovations-Report - but you probably have only a foggy idea of how much energy your house consumes, even though home energy expenditures often account for a larger share of the household budget. This disparity in useful energy...
evwind.es - Wind power reduces enormous amounts of carbon emissions annually. - The United Nationsâ îIntergovernmental Panel on Climate Changeî (IPCC) predicts that climate change may contribute to the...
Source: KPLU NPR
Seattle has been in the spotlight lately as the home to the world’s greenest new office building, the Bullitt Center. Also under construction is the headquarters of Brooks Sports in Fremont, which promises to be “deep green.”
May 14, 2013 Why natural gas exports would benefit clean energySource: Christian Science Monitor
The renewable energy industry would benefit from higher natural gas prices since, as these fuels for electric power plants become dearer, renewable energy sources become more competitive, Cobb writes. Still, the renewable energy...
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