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Solar technology hot topic at Tuesday's science event 9.3.2009 Tucson Citizen
Solar technology is a hot topic in Tucson.
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Saving energy lowers tax bill 8.3.2009 Custom Search
HAMPTON FALLS , N.H. -- Energy-saving systems for the attic, basement and in between have effectively gone on sale, courtesy of the United States Congress.
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Saving energy lowers tax bill 8.3.2009 Custom Search
HAMPTON FALLS , N.H. -- Energy-saving systems for the attic, basement and in between have effectively gone on sale, courtesy of the United States Congress.
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Other states eclipse Arizona's efforts to lure solar industry 8.3.2009 azcentral.com | business
Although the state provides a lot of sunlight for solar power, more companies are bypassing Arizona.
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Other states eclipse Arizona's efforts to lure solar industry 8.3.2009 azcentral.com | news
Although the state provides a lot of sunlight for solar power, more companies are bypassing Arizona.
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Utah lawmakers give renewable energy a boost 5.3.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Tax incentives for renewable-energy equipment manufacturers and developers got a warm embrace Wednesday during a legislative committee meeting after supporters said the bill would mean hundreds of new high-paying jobs.
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Flathead Valley Finds Renewed Energy in Solar Power 4.3.2009 NewWest.Net All Headlines
KILA In a valley with notoriously gray skies, solar-powered electricity might not seem to be the most viable energy source. Yet for decades, rural people who live outside of the Flathead Electric Cooperative power grid have relied on a combination of solar panels backed up by batteries or generators. Now, tucked away in Kila, the Flathead has its first grid-tied, solar-powered business: Calm Animal Care. With the recently approved $787 billion federal stimulus package promising substantial funds and tax incentives for renewable energy, more could be on the way.
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Electricity-balanced development eyed 3.3.2009 Denver Post: Local
Developers are planning a "net-zero" neighborhood in Carbondale that produces as much electricity as it uses, or more. ...
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The little island that could 2.3.2009 High Country News Most Recent
The small Danish island of Samso runs entirely on renewable energy. The West could do the same.
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Lottery in Glenwood Springs awards solar rebates 26.2.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Mayor hopes lottery kicks off many years of getting Glenwood Springs to be more energy conscious
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Report: Investors gamble on clean tech 26.2.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
WASHINGTON » Investors are gambling on green energy, pouring $4.1 billion into fledgling clean technology companies last year, an accounting firm concludes.
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First Solar Inc. doubles quarterly profits at end of 2008 25.2.2009 azcentral.com | business
Company ramped up overseas manufacturing and surpassed a production goal.
Solar Initiative 24.2.2009 azcentral.com | business
Arizona Public Service Co. officials are banking on renewable energy, but no more traditional coal power plants, to help the utility to meet its added energy demand in the 2020s and beyond.
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PSC order may result in more power from the people 24.2.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Advocates are hailing a new ruling by state utility regulators that they say will more strongly encourage renewable energy production in individual homes and by small businesses.
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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. Meanwhile, some of their Doney Park neighbors are paying $500 per month for propane.
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GO GREEN: Green to the last kilowatt 22.2.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
Some months this year, William and Janeen Scharf will probably receive electric bills of about $8. Meanwhile, some of their Doney Park neighbors are paying $500 per month for propane.
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GO GREEN: Green to the last kilowatt 22.2.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
Some months this year, William and Janeen Scharf will probably receive electric bills of about $8. Meanwhile, some of their Doney Park neighbors are paying $500 per month for propane.
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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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