Monthly Archives: July 2014

FERC Commissioners: Clean Power Plan Doesn’t Spell Doom for Grid Reliability

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The Reformation Begins: New York Utility Proposes Community Solar, Microgrids-as-a-Service

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BMW: i3 Blew Past Sales Goals

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Resilience Roundup – July 31

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New Jersey Creates Nation’s First Energy Resilience Bank

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Giant Wave Energy Project In Australia Called Off, “Not Commercially Viable”

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Renewable Energy Stock News: FuelCell Energy (Nasdaq:FCEL) Announces Strategic Financing Agreements With NRG Energy

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EPA Criticized for Weak Oversight of Drillers’ Toxic-Waste Disposal Wells

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Can Nuclear Make a Substantial Near-Term Contribution?

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Fisker Karma To Relaunch (Just 250 “Bugs” To Fix First)

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No Time for Energy Complacency

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DOE Offers Up $11 Million For Bio-Acrylonitrile – What Is That Stuff, Anyways?

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Chevy Volt Tops Nissan LEAF In Safety Tests

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Peak oil notes – July 31

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The Ukraine conflict, peak cheap gas and the MH17 tragedy

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New Threat to Oilsand Projects

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Hurricane Sandy Is Ushering in a Smarter Power System

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A Serious Water Crisis Could Hit the US by 2030 Because of Dirty Power

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CL&P Planning A Sneak Attack On Solar

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On the Move in the Advanced bioeconomy: Codexis, Flint Hill Resources

In Nebraska, Flint Hills Resources has hired Russell Leighton and Jeremy Morse to lead the Duonix biodiesel plant in Beatrice Nebraska. The biodiesel plant is part of a joint venture between Flint Hills Resources and Benefuel, Inc., known as Duonix, … Continue reading

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