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Climate Change Jeopardizes Our Energy Systems

4/18/2012 // By Amanda Staudt

The U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources is holding two interesting hearings related to climate change and energy infrastructure. First, on Thursday April 19, the committee will hear from several experts about the impacts of rising sea level […] Read more >

“I love offshore wind”

2/15/2012 // By Carol Oldham

The title is a quote from our member Randy, who came out yesterday on Valentine’s Day to show some love for Clean Energy! The room was full yesterday at a wind meeting held by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management […] Read more >

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Whisky Raising Spirits and Renewables in Scotland

6/14/2011 // By Mekell Mikell

Whisky can help fuel your spirits and help fuel a country. Draff, by-products of used grains and pot ale from the whisky distillery process, will be used to generate electricity for a new power plant in Scotland. The plant will […] Read more >

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Coal, Kids and America’s Classrooms

6/7/2011 // By Jenna Peters

I bet you remember the powerful and persistent Julia Roberts in the Oscar-winning “Erin Brockovich” who is an impelling force behind the largest medical settlement lawsuit in history around the contamination of drinking water.  The southern California town of Hinkley […] Read more >

Using Mobile Phone Towers For Wind Power Generation

10/3/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

As the world moves toward lower carbon energy production it will cause us to look for power production opportunities in new places including cell towers. This is particularly important for areas where electric distribution is limited. Paul Ridden of Gizmag.com […] Read more >

A Tiny Battery That Stores Enough Solar Energy To Run A House For 24 Hours

8/6/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

A new battery is helping to store enough power to greatly improve the overall effectiveness of alternative energy. Times of India reports: “A Utah-based company has found a new way to store solar energy – in a small ceramic disk […] Read more >

Is US Falling Behind In Green Energy Race?

8/4/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

Two U.S. business leaders think we are and that we must do something about it: Green Stocks Central.com reports: “[August 3rd] in the Washington Post, General Electric (GE) CEO Jeff Immelt and famed venture capitalist John Doerr wrote an op ed […] Read more >

Companies Put Electric Trucks on Urban Delivery Routes

8/4/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

High fuel prices caused a Missouri company, Smith Electric Vehicles, to think about rolling out electric trucks for local deliveries. (Photo Sen. Kit Bond) Chris Woodyard at USA Today reports: “The first truck to run solely on electricity was released […] Read more >