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Little Samples of Solar's Future 28.10.2007 Washington Post: Real Estate
They sure weren't the kind of homes that we're used to seeing around here. The 20 prototype solar-powered houses built on the Mall for the Department of Energy's Solar Decathlon earlier this month were models of all that is good and green.
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For a Devotee of Solar Energy, a Shot at Earning Respect 27.10.2007 Common Dreams: Headlines
TACOMA, Wash. - The sun was shining for a change, which was good news for Richard Thompson, known throughout these parts as Solar Richard. “Pennies from heaven,” Mr. Thompson said as his electric meter spun round - in reverse. Not that a shining sun is required for the meter to spin backward. An overcast sky does [...]
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Readers' Platform: Here comes the sun 27.10.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
Much enthusiasm on SFGate for Berkeley's plan to finance solar energy for homeowners, as reported in Friday's Chronicle. Our city next, please, some demanded. This should just be the beginning, said others. There were questions about the technology, as well... ...
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For a Devotee of Solar Energy, a Shot at Earning Respect 27.10.2007 NY Times: Science
Richard Thompson, who began powering his home with solar power in 2001, has found that power is the easy part. Generating interest takes work.
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Solar energy dilemma for festival founder 27.10.2007 Guardian: Environment

When Michael Eavis, dairy farmer and founder of the Glastonbury festival, wanted to install a solar panel on his cowshed, he foresaw few difficulties.

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Berkeley going solar - city pays up front, recoups over 20 years 26.10.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
Berkeley is set to become the first city in the nation to help thousands of its residents generate solar power without having to put money up front - attempting to surmount one of the biggest hurdles for people who don't have enough cash to go green. The City... ...
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Solar particle detector activated 26.10.2007 Hindu: International
BEIJING: Chinese scientists have successfully activated the first probing equipment on the Chang’e-1 lunar orbiter on Thursday to start exploring the environment between the Earth and the Moon. The high-energy solar particle ...
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Berkeley going solar - city pays up front, recoups over 20 years 25.10.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
Berkeley is set to become the first city in the nation to help thousands of its residents generate solar power without having to put money up front - attempting to surmount one of the biggest hurdles for people who don't have enough cash to go green. The City... ...
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Everything is proceeding as planned, says China 25.10.2007 Hindu: International
We will share the results of moon exploration with the whole world
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Michael White: Give ministers some credit for green measures 25.10.2007 Guardian: Environment
Michael White: Visitors to Germany are often struck by the sheer number of huge windmills that march across the countryside. There is nothing like it here.
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Going to the rooftops to stop climate change 24.10.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
In the past few years solar panels and wind turbines have become familiar friends, comforting images that give us hope for a greener future.
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Going to the rooftops to stop climate change 24.10.2007 International Herald Tribune: Business
In the past few years solar panels and wind turbines have become familiar friends, comforting images that give us hope for a greener future.
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The time for green roofs 24.10.2007 International Herald Tribune: Business
Creating a green roof, or living roof, involves putting down soil and plants on top of buildings - apartment blocks, corporate headquarters, even private homes - a practice that has multiple benefits for the environment.
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Minister confirms retreat from 20% renewable energy target 24.10.2007 Guardian: Environment

The government signalled last night that it is pulling back from its aspiration to source 20% of Britain's energy supply from renewables by 2020.

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Staff shortage threatens nuclear plans 24.10.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Science & environment: Leaked papers show 35 more officials are needed as government pay rules are blamed for problems.
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Nuclear inspectors shortage threatens plan for new reactors 24.10.2007 Guardian: Environment

· Leaked papers show 35 more officials are needed
· Treasury pay rules blamed for recruitment problems

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On San Francisco's Energy Future / Peak performance in San Francisco / PRO: Approve the San Francisco Electricity Reliability Project to reduce pollution 23.10.2007 SFGate: Op-Ed
Neighborhood and community leaders and the city have worked for years to shut San Francisco's biggest single sources of air pollution; the PG&E built Hunters Point (closed in 2006) and Potrero Power plants. Success is now at hand. Today, the San Francisco... ...
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Chinese solar firm Suntech to base North American outpost in S.F. 23.10.2007 SFGate: Business & Technology
China's Suntech Power Holdings Co., one of the world's largest makers of solar cells, has chosen San Francisco as the site of its North American headquarters, the company's chief executive and Mayor Gavin Newsom said Monday. Although the operation will ...
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Chinese solar firm Suntech to base North American outpost in S.F. 22.10.2007 SFGate: Business & Technology
China's Suntech Power Holdings Co., one of the world's largest makers of solar cells, has chosen San Francisco as the site of its North American headquarters, the company's chief executive and Mayor Gavin Newsom said Monday. Although the operation will ...
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Solar homes draw crowds on Mall 22.10.2007 Boston Globe: Technology
Solar power, still a tiny fraction of the energy used today, may be heading closer to the mainstream -- if a display on the National Mall over the past week is any indication.
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