Monthly Archives: November 2013

Natural Gas Reality Check: US Methane Emissions May Exceed Estimates By 50 Percent

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GE’s “Brilliant” PowerUp Platform To Be Put Into 469 Wind Turbines Owned By E.ON Climate & Renewables

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Poland Could Halve Coal Consumption By 2030

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Energy Crunch: Profits soar while temperatures fall

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A More Realistic Cost of Wind Energy

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‘The Solar House’ by Anthony Denzer

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Elon Musk Named #1 Most influential Man By AskMen

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Clean Energy Courses Offered In Spanish

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Apple Buys First Solar Arizona Manufacturing Facility

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ABB Solar Head Talks Solar Growth Markets & ABB’s Microgrid Specialties

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One Step Closer to the World’s First Tidal Lagoon. But Is It Worth It?

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UK Ground-Mount Solar PV Pipeline Exceeds 4 GW

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A Final Contribution From Warsaw

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Which Solar Prices Really Matter To You?

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Review: ‘The Solar House’ by Anthony Denzer

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Protected Areas: Foundation of a Better Future Relationship with Energy

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Zero Emission Vehicles, and Zero Carbon: The Chart that the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post Dare Not Publish

You know, sometimes hard data just knocks you for a loop. Here’s a chart that’s so contrarian to everything that mainstream media, mainstream thought-merchants want you to believe, the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post declined to publish it. … Continue reading

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Grand Bahama Power Co opens jatropha biofuel demo project

In the Bahamas, Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) held the opening ceremony on Tuesday for their Biofuel Demonstration Project. Partnering with the Grand Bahama Port Authority, The Grand Bahama Development Company and the Garden of the Groves, the project focuses … Continue reading

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UConn professors trialing brown grease to biodiesel technology

In Connecticut, technology developed by an assistant professor at the University of Connecticut is being installed at the Water Pollution Control Facility in Torrington to turn fats, oils and greases into biodiesel. The facility collected over a million gallons of … Continue reading

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UK company providing LNG/LBM blend for shipping fleet

In the UK, Gasrec is providing its state-of-the-art refueling facility at Daventry for Kuehne + Nagel’s dedicated fleet of five dual-fuel-converted Mercedes Actros trucks. The vehicles are running on Gasrec’s Bio-LNG product, which simultaneously cuts emissions and costs. Bio-LNG is … Continue reading

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