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- Tag: emissions
Published at May 9, 2013
source: Clean Technica
The U.S. Army has just launched the first in a series of renewable energy contracts that will eventually total $7 billion by the end of...
Published at Apr 30, 2013
source: Singularity HUB
With all the news about wind farms, record-breaking solar power stations, and burgeoning sales of hybrid-electric vehicles one could...
Published at Mar 28, 2013
source: Climate Progress
Germany is moving forward to replace fossil fuels with renewables faster than most countries. But there is always pushback, most recently in the form of...
Published at Mar 14, 2013
source: American Wind Energy Association
The American wind industry experienced record-breaking growth in 2012 as a U.S. power provider. American wind power's generation shot up 17 percent last year, and...
Published at Mar 5, 2013
source: Washington Post
One of the the nation’s largest utilities agreed Monday to close three of its coal-fired power plants as part of a settlement with government...
Published at Feb 25, 2013
source: Renewable Energy World.com
Boulder, Colorado’s residents decided not to renew their contract with Xcel Energy to continue to serve as the utility for the city and its residents...
Published at Feb 7, 2013
source: Huffington Post
Renewable energies continue their winning streak.
Published at Jan 31, 2013
Renewable-energy capacity in the U.S. almost doubled from 2009 to 2012.