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10 Next Generation Green Technologies
Thursday, January 29 2009
Global
TIME review of 10 next generation green technologies that have the potential to make a huge difference in the next few years.
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Utilities Back 'Climate Friendly' Energy Technologies
Thursday, January 15 2009
Nation
The industry association of U.S. electric utilities on Wednesday published what its members say are the most promising technologies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. It included efficiency and renewables in the short-term, nuclear in the medium- to long-term, CCS, smarter grid technologies, PHEVs, and electric vehicles.
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Does the U.S. Need a New National Electrical Grid?
Sunday, January 11 2009
Nation
Editorial addressing the need for a new national electrical grid. It points out how old the technology and infrastructure of the electrical grid is and that new, more efficient technologies are ready to go today.
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Nuclear's Comeback: Still No Energy Panacea
Saturday, January 03 2009
Nation
Nuclear power is gaining popularity, however there are concerns over the capital costs of new plants.
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First Solar Energy Plant Completed in Iran
Friday, January 02 2009
Nation
Iran inaugurated its first solar energy power plant this week, adding 250 KW of solar energy to the country’s grid.
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A Citizen-Powered Energy Grid in 2009: A Case Study in Solar
Friday, January 02 2009
Community
Case study on the advantages of community solar installations.
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Nicaragua adds wind power to energy mix
Thursday, January 01 2009
Nation
A third of country's energy already comes from geothermal, dams, ethanol, now they are making major investments into wind energy.
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Utilities Offer ‘Green’ Nuclear Plans to Customers
Thursday, January 01 2009
Nation
Utilities that support nuclear energy are trying to increase their popularity by talking about them as a green alternative to coal and natural gas.
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