User: flenvcenter Topic: Energy-Regional
Category: Renewable Energy :: Solar
Last updated: Apr 17 2014 04:17 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Letter: Feds are bullying ranchers 15.4.2014 Salt Lake Tribune
With regards to forcing Bundy’s cattle off of supposed “federal land.” The alternatives for the BLM are a giant solar power plant for a foreign conglomerate, or perhaps fracking leases for some oil companies. More money is to be made off from gas, oil or solar leases than they can get from the few ranchers they can bully. Our illustrious leadership in Washington will do nothing, since they will get far more donations from these corporations than from a few ranchers. The BLM is even breaking ...
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Do you want renewable energy? 14.4.2014 Durango Herald
La Plata Electrical Association is getting into gardening x2013 solar gardening.LPEAx2019s board of directors has approved a policy agreement with four community solar gardens that will allow its customers to purchase or invest in solar panels to offset their electrical costs.Policy 366, as LPEA is calling it, will set...
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Xcel VP discusses Solar Connect, which lets consumers select solar power 10.4.2014 Denver Post: Opinion
Xcel Energy is introducing a new program for customers who want some proportion of their energy consumption to come from utility-generated solar.
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Town’s energy use creeps back up in 2013 9.4.2014 Telluride: News
In 2006, the Town of Telluride pledged to reduce its carbon emissions to 7 percent below 2005 levels by 2012, and three years later replaced that goal with an even more ambitious pledge to reduce emissions to 20 percent below those levels by 2020.
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The energy haves and have-nots 8.4.2014 High Country News Most Recent
Will rooftop solar owners get off the grid — and leave other power users in the dark?
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Letter: Why is RMP’s solar project so small? 5.4.2014 Salt Lake Tribune
Rocky Mountain Power should be commended for proposing to build its first solar power farm in Utah (“Rocky Mountain Power to build first solar farm in Utah,” Tribune, March 26). But one has to wonder why such a paltry footprint? Two megawatts of power? Enough to power 500 homes? With over 250 days of sunshine on average in Utah? Seriously? Others think that Utah is a great place to tap the sun. As was noted, a Provo-based company is planning to build a plant that will provide 150 times the powe...
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Xcel floats plan to get Colorado consumer buy-in for solar power 4.4.2014 Denver Post: Business
Xcel Energy is proposing plan that would enable customers to get the equivalent all over their power from solar energy by purchasing it by ...
Letter: Utah leaders should be blazing trail to solar-power society 2.4.2014 Salt Lake Tribune
Tom Wharton gives us a glimpse into the future with his article “Rocky Mountain Power to build first solar farm in Utah” (Tribune, March 26). Through their Solutions Project, Stanford University Professor Mark Jacobson and colleagues give us a better idea of what that future might be like. The interactive map on the Solution Project website allows the user to click on any state and see how that state can be powered with clean energy. Jacobson’s map shows Utah meeting 100 percent of our electrici...
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Louisville's RGS to acquire Hawaiian solar company Sunetric 28.3.2014 Headlines: All Headlines
Louisville-based RGS Energy, formerly known as Real Goods Solar, plans to buy Sunetric, a leading solar company in Hawaii.
Rocky Mountain Power planning large solar farm 27.3.2014 Durango Herald
SALT LAKE CITY x2013 Rocky Mountain Power says it will build its first large-scale collection of Utah solar panels.The utility in a Wednesday statement said itx2019s working on a project designed to gather enough sun-fueled electricity for 500 homes.The plan would set up 9,000 panels paid for in part by customers choosing...
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Rocky Mountain Power to build first solar farm in Utah 26.3.2014 Salt Lake Tribune
Rocky Mountain Power is preparing to build its first Utah solar farm. The company announced Wednesday that it plans to build the farm at a still-undetermined location that will provide enough electricity for 500 homes through the use of 9,000 panels. It will be partially funded by the company’s Blue Sky program. “This is the first utility-sized solar project to be funded in part by Blue Sky customers and we plan to do more,” said Rocky Mountain Power President Richard Walje. “We are committed to...
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Solar power, songs and Snowden 21.3.2014 Telluride: News
The audience that gathered in the Michael D. Palm Theatre Tuesday to watch live simulcasts of TED Talks beamed straight from the renowned conference in Vancouver, Canada, got to hear from acclaimed ocean explorers, famous philanthropists and accomplished scientists.
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Solar power, songs and Snowden 21.3.2014 Telluride: News
The audience that gathered in the Michael D. Palm Theatre Tuesday to watch live simulcasts of TED Talks beamed straight from the renowned conference in Vancouver, Canada, got to hear from acclaimed ocean explorers, famous philanthropists and accomplished scientists.
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Solar power, songs and Snowden 21.3.2014 Telluride: News
The audience that gathered in the Michael D. Palm Theatre Tuesday to watch live simulcasts of TED Talks beamed straight from the renowned conference in Vancouver, Canada, got to hear from acclaimed ocean explorers, famous philanthropists and accomplished scientists.
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Solar power, songs and Snowden 21.3.2014 Telluride: News
The audience that gathered in the Michael D. Palm Theatre Tuesday to watch live simulcasts of TED Talks beamed straight from the renowned conference in Vancouver, Canada, got to hear from acclaimed ocean explorers, famous philanthropists and accomplished scientists.
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Solar power, songs and Snowden 21.3.2014 Telluride: News
The audience that gathered in the Michael D. Palm Theatre Tuesday to watch live simulcasts of TED Talks beamed straight from the renowned conference in Vancouver, Canada, got to hear from acclaimed ocean explorers, famous philanthropists and accomplished scientists.
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Solar power, songs and Snowden 21.3.2014 Telluride: News
The audience that gathered in the Michael D. Palm Theatre Tuesday to watch live simulcasts of TED Talks beamed straight from the renowned conference in Vancouver, Canada, got to hear from acclaimed ocean explorers, famous philanthropists and accomplished scientists.
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Solar power, songs and Snowden 21.3.2014 Telluride: News
The audience that gathered in the Michael D. Palm Theatre Tuesday to watch live simulcasts of TED Talks beamed straight from the renowned conference in Vancouver, Canada, got to hear from acclaimed ocean explorers, famous philanthropists and accomplished scientists.
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Solar power, songs and Snowden 21.3.2014 Telluride: News
The audience that gathered in the Michael D. Palm Theatre Tuesday to watch live simulcasts of TED Talks beamed straight from the renowned conference in Vancouver, Canada, got to hear from acclaimed ocean explorers, famous philanthropists and accomplished scientists.
Also found in: [+]
Solar power, songs and Snowden 21.3.2014 Telluride: News
The audience that gathered in the Michael D. Palm Theatre Tuesday to watch live simulcasts of TED Talks beamed straight from the renowned conference in Vancouver, Canada, got to hear from acclaimed ocean explorers, famous philanthropists and accomplished scientists.
Also found in: [+]
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