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GO GREEN: Green to the last kilowatt 22.2.2009 Custom Search
Some months this year, William and Janeen Scharf will probably receive electric bills of about $8.
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Solar gaining ground as source of electricity 22.2.2009 azcentral.com | business
After 30 years of trying to squeeze electricity from sunlight, the solar-energy industry is finally gaining some traction in its effort to compete with fossil fuels.
Meltdown 101: Will the sun soon power our homes? 20.2.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
After 30 years of trying to squeeze electricity from sunlight, the solar energy industry is finally gaining some traction in its effort to compete with fossil fuels.
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Schools could reap millions in renewable-energy push 20.2.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
If you think by diving into renewable energy -- wind, solar, geothermal -- Utah's trust-lands managers are pursuing a green agenda, you're right. But if you think some idealistic environmental vision is driving that push, think again.
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Will the sun soon power our homes? 20.2.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
After 30 years of trying to squeeze electricity from sunlight, the solar energy industry is finally gaining some traction in its effort to compete with fossil fuels.
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UA researcher's project could lead to cheaper solar power 19.2.2009 Tucson Citizen
A demonstration Wednesday that used the sun's energy to quickly cut a nickel-sized hole in a steel plate could someday translate into cheap, abundant electricity.
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SITLA sees green in renewable-energy push 19.2.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
If you think by diving into renewable energy -- wind, solar, geothermal -- Utah's trust-lands managers are pursuing a green agenda, you're right. But if you think some idealistic environmental vision is driving that push, think again.
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Stimulus bill puts energy spotlight on state 18.2.2009 Durango Herald
Stimulus bill puts energy spotlight on state
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In Denver, Obama signs $787 billion stimulus package 18.2.2009 azcentral.com | news
Warning that its passage into law ''does not mark the end of our economic troubles,'' President Barack Obama on Tuesday signed the massive $787 billion stimulus package, a measure he called the most sweeping financial legislation enacted in the nation's history.
Local solar company gets its day in the sun 18.2.2009 Headlines: All Headlines
Talk about your word-of-mouth advertising. Blake Jones, a founder of Namaste Solar Electric Inc., got the plug of a lifetime Tuesday from President Barack Obama in Denver. ...
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Boulder solar firm gets moment in sun 18.2.2009 Rocky Mountain News: Local stories
He was hounded by the media, gave the vice president a hard time on national television and imparted his wisdom on the leader of the free world.
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Valley awaits Obama's visit; U.S. awaits effect of stimulus 17.2.2009 azcentral.com | business
A nation shaken by a tough recession could get a welcome jolt from the $787 billion stimulus bill.
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Valley awaits Obama's visit; U.S. awaits effect of stimulus 17.2.2009 azcentral.com | news
A nation shaken by a tough recession could get a welcome jolt from the $787 billion stimulus bill.
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State finds renewed energy in package 17.2.2009 Denver Post: Business
Colorado's nationally acclaimed renewable-energy sector could get a second wind from green provisions in the economic stimulus bill to be signed today in Denver by President Barack Obama. ...
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Stimulus bill will get Denver imprint today 17.2.2009 Rocky Mountain News: Government and Politics
Old politics meets new energy today when President Barack Obama signs a $787 billion economic stimulus bill in Denver.
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Museum moves toward greater energy efficiency 17.2.2009 Denver Post: Local
Like the nation, the site where President Barack Obama will sign the $787 billion stimulus package is hoping for a brighter future while battling an old history. ...
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Museum sees bright future in renewables 17.2.2009 Rocky Mountain News: Local stories
If much inside the Denver Museum of Nature & Science is tied to the Earth's past, the gleaming black solar panels on its roof are tilted firmly toward the future.
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Vail Valley: How well do solar panels perform? 17.2.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Matthew Charles, who co-authors these columns, recently showed me a spreadsheet in which he codifies the calculations needed to come up with the "COP," or coefficient of performance of various types of heating and air conditioning systems.
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New energy center stage when Obama signs stimulus 17.2.2009 Rocky Mountain News: Local stories
Men and women who have worked in solar, wind and other forms of renewable energy are expected to be front and center when President Barack Obama signs a $787 billion economic stimulus bill in Denver.
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Dow Chemical plans to sell solar shingles by 2011 16.2.2009 Custom Search
MIDLAND, Mich. (AP) -- Dow Chemical Co. says it aims to start selling power-generating roof shingles by 2011.
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