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Power goes waste in city 27.7.2008 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
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Solar power to the rescue 27.7.2008 Hindu:Property Plus: Coimbatore
It is dependable, efficient and most of all, has no relation to the monsoons, says MYTHILI G. NIRVAN
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Nuclear, solar power can ensure energy security: Shyam Saran 26.7.2008 India eNews: Top Headlines
Nuclear and solar power are the only two sources that can ensure energy security for India in the coming decades and also minimise greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, Shyam Saran, the prime minister's special envoy on climate change, said here Saturday.
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Depp to spend $500,000 on solar home 26.7.2008 Asian Age: Delhi

Johnny Depp is set to spend $500,000 on a sun-powered energy system for his private island home. The green actor is kitting out his island retreat in the Bahamas with a grid-independent solar hydrogen system.

The pioneering set up converts sunlight into electricity, providing sufficient power to run his home. Johnny’s environmentally friendly lifestyle recently earned him a nomination for the ultimate green celebrity. Playhouse Disney’s Playing for the Planet Awards has announced a shortlist of 10 stars, including Sienna Miller and Leonardo DiCaprio, who have been nominated for the Greenest Star prize for using their fame to promote environmental issues.

The Hollywood superstar, who also has homes in France and Los Angeles with his partner Vanessa Paradis and two children Lily-Rose Melody, nine, and Jack, six, bought the 40-acres of land for $3 million in 2005.

Earlier this year, Depp offered troubled actress Lindsay Lohan some time out on the island to escape the public eye following subsequently proved rumours of her lesbian relationship with DJ Samantha Ronson. Lohan was said to be delighted by the offer to stay at the Caribbean getaway when the pair met at the MTV Movie Awards.

(Bang Showbiz)

 

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Nuclear, solar power can ensure energy security: Shyam Saran 26.7.2008 New Kerala: India News
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Jeremy Leggett: Burn Up makes our climate crisis into a drama 26.7.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
Jeremy Leggett: You may think Burn Up was far-fetched. Believe me, having witnessed climate negotiations myself, it was anything but
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Solar energy comes to the rescue 26.7.2008 Hindu:Property Plus: Kochi
It is dependable, efficient and, most of all, has no relation to the monsoon.
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Solar power to the rescue 26.7.2008 Hindu:Property Plus: Bangalore
It is dependable, efficient and most of all, has no relation to the monsoons, says MYTHILI G. NIRVAN
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Solar power to the rescue 26.7.2008 Hindu:Property Plus: Hyderabad
It is dependable, efficient and most of all, has no relation to the monsoons, says MYTHILI G. NIRVAN
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Bright future on the horizon for China's solar billionaire 25.7.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
The world's first solar billionaire sits at the intersection of two of the most important vectors of the 21st century - China's economic rise and the global imperative to cut carbon emissions
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Traffic signals affected by scheduled power cuts 25.7.2008 TOI: Chennai
At least for one hour a day, the traffic policemen are forced to manually control the traffic flow, as the signals go blip during the scheduled power cuts.
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Energy security 25.7.2008 ET: Opinion
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Missing the mountain for the snow 24.7.2008 India Together - Environment

The climate system is a global, inter-locking one, and its many facets cannot be considered in isolation. However, this is precisely what the National Action Plan on Climate Change has done, writes Sudhirendar Sharma.
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Missing the mountain for the snow 24.7.2008 India Together
The climate system is a global, inter-locking one, and its many facets cannot be considered in isolation. However, this is precisely what the National Action Plan on Climate Change has done, writes Sudhirendar Sharma.
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Stocks you could hold, buy or sell 24.7.2008 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
I would be scared to touch an airline stock with crude prices high and hot local competition. I like ICICI bank and that could be looked at with a long term outlook but on corrective days and not a day of rallies like today, says Pranav Sanghavi.
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13-storey 'egg' takes shape in Mumbai 24.7.2008 Projects Monitor
13-storey 'egg' takes shape in Mumbai
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India's first solar housing project opens in Kolkata 24.7.2008 Projects Monitor
India's first solar housing project opens in Kolkata
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Tata Power aims 1,000 MW wind, solar projects in Gujarat 24.7.2008 Business Standard
Tata Power aims 1,000 MW wind, solar projects in Gujarat
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Column Powered by the sun 24.7.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
In barely two generations from now, going by the survey of energy resources of the World Energy Council, we may see a radically different power industry. Fossil fuels, which dominate today, are forecast to supply less than half our energy needs, whilst solar energy, an infinitesimal contributor so far, could contribute as much as 30%.
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Dye coating harvests more sunlight 24.7.2008 Hindu: Science & Technology
A simple sheet of glass coated with dye could be enough to cut the costs of solar power. That’s the claim from researchers who have created a ‘solar concentrator’ that harvests photons and funnels them into photovoltaic devices. ...
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