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User: flenvcenter Topic: Energy-Regional
Category: Renewable Energy :: General
Last updated: Dec 26 2018 20:07 IST RSS 2.0
 
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No future for nuclear power and its waste 2.4.2009 Custom Search
To the editor: Todd Tucker's guest column on the five myths of nuclear power pointed out that consequences of the Three Mile Island accident were insignificant. He didn't mention Chernobyl, where there were 56 direct deaths and 4,000 cancer deaths. The hope is reactors are safer in this country, but the potential for disaster is undeniable.
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New Google maps show sensitive areas of West 2.4.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
CHEYENNE, Wyo. » The National Audubon Society and the Natural Resources Defense Council on Wednesday announced the creation of Google Earth maps of 13 western states intended to help steer renewable energy development away from sensitive areas.
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Tire-fee measure retooled 1.4.2009 Denver Post: All Political News
What used to be called "the tire bill" because it more than doubled the fee Coloradans would have to pay to recycle their old tires now has a new name.
Tire-fee measure retooled 1.4.2009 Denver Post: Local
What used to be called "the tire bill" because it more than doubled the fee Coloradans would have to pay to recycle their old tires now has a new name. ...
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Tuition Task Force to consider increases in UA fees 31.3.2009 Tucson Citizen
Students at the University of Arizona - and their parents - should prepare to open their wallets wider next fall, as UA is considering instituting more than 150 new program and course fees, as well as nearly $1,000 in new or increased mandatory fees for all undergraduates.
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Bid to raise Colorado tire fee rolls with punches 31.3.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Proposal more than doubles fee Coloradans pay when they buy new tires and leave their old ones behind
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Renewable energy classes hot 30.3.2009 Custom Search
WASHINGTON -- In what could be an encouraging sign of change in the long-standing shortage of American students preparing for high-tech careers, the hottest subject on college campuses across the nation seems to be renewable energy -- a surge of interest largely stimulated by the specter of global warming.
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Renewable energy classes hot 30.3.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
WASHINGTON -- In what could be an encouraging sign of change in the long-standing shortage of American students preparing for high-tech careers, the hottest subject on college campuses across the nation seems to be renewable energy -- a surge of interest largely stimulated by the specter of global warming.
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Bid to raise tire fee rolls with punch 30.3.2009 Denver Post: All Political News
A proposal to more than double the fee Coloradans pay when they buy new tires and leave their old ones behind has critics fuming that it does little to reduce the state's enormous stockpile of old tires.
Bid to raise tire fee rolls with punch 30.3.2009 Denver Post: Local
A proposal to more than double the fee Coloradans pay when they buy new tires and leave their old ones behind has critics fuming that it does little to reduce the state's enormous stockpile of old tires. ...
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Cedar City school gets an A in renewable energy 29.3.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Enter Three Peaks Elementary and you'll get a hands-on education not only in the three R's but also in RE -- renewable energy. Built three years ago atop geothermal wells that provide the heating and air conditioning, the Cedar City school now has a 45-foot-tall wind turbine -- a real-life
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Ritter campaign touts green strategies; Penry objects 28.3.2009 Denver Post: Local
Democratic Gov. Bill Ritter touted his efforts at attracting clean-energy jobs in a campaign e-mail sent to supporters today. ...
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Ritter in Aspen: Nation, state seeing the green light 27.3.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Governor celebrates new wind, solar jobs
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Ritter campaign touts green strategies; Penry objects 27.3.2009 Headlines: All Headlines
Democratic Gov. Bill Ritter touted his efforts at attracting clean-energy jobs in a campaign e-mail sent to supporters today.
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Colo. to get more green funding 27.3.2009 Denver Post: Business
Colorado will haul in an additional $42 million in federal funding for clean-energy programs statewide, the White House announced Thursday. ...
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First Solar CEO honored by ASU for energy goals 27.3.2009 azcentral.com | business
ASU honored the CEO of Tempe's First Solar Inc., who said the United States is on the cusp of big changes in energy policy.
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Tri-State to build solar plant in northeast N.M. 25.3.2009 Custom Search
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- A 500,000-panel solar photovoltaic power plant that will stretch for nearly a mile is being planned on the high plains of northeastern New Mexico between Springer and Cimarron.
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OMB chief: Hill's budget mirrors Obama's plan 25.3.2009 azcentral.com | business
WASHINGTON - The White House sought Wednesday to stress the positive in a looming fight with Congress over a $3.6 trillion budget, saying blueprints put forth by Democratic allies in both chambers hew closely to President Barack Obama's priorities.
Tri-State to build solar plant in northeast N.M. 25.3.2009 Custom Search
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- A 500,000-panel solar photovoltaic power plant that will stretch for nearly a mile is being planned on the high plains of northeastern New Mexico between Springer and Cimarron.
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Salazar is drilling home renewables' new power 25.3.2009 Denver Post: All Political News
In one of her earliest appearances before the Senate Natural Resources Committee, Gale Norton, President George W. Bush's first interior secretary, proclaimed in 2001 the need to "explore the entire smorgasbord of different options" when it came to domestic energy production.
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