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Solar Fuels: A Grand Challenge of 21st Century Chemistry

Apr 22 - Targeted News Service - Solar panels are becoming a familiar site in communities across the United States, but what about solar fuels? A solar fuel is produced from sunlight through artificial photosynthesis, mimicking what Mother Nature has been doing for billions of years. more...
Filed under: Solar

Nuclear debate on Clark Public Utilities agenda

Apr 21 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Aaron Corvin The Columbian, Vancouver, Wash. - A debate over the cost and safety of running the Pacific Northwest's only nuclear power plant has landed on the agenda of the Clark Public Utilities Board of Commissioners, with a 212-page study by a renowned energy expert serving as the focal point. more...
Filed under: Nuclear

Gov. Nikki Haley tours MOX facility at SRS

Apr 22 - Derrek Asberry Aiken Standard, S.C. - Gov. Nikki Haley's visit to the Savannah River Site's MOX facility reaffirmed her belief that the state of South Carolina is getting a raw deal in the federal government's push to freeze funding for construction of the facility. more...
Filed under: Nuclear

"Fugitive dust" from Norfolk coal cars stirs health fears

Apr 22 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Aaron Applegate The Virginian-Pilot - Cathy Henry wondered about the black stuff. It coated the hands and feet of her 19-month-old twin girls when they played on the balcony of her West Ghent duplex. more...
Filed under: Environmental, Emissions & Carbon Management

Water and Light talks solar power

Apr 22 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Aaron Hagen The Daily Globe, Worthington, Minn. - In a lengthy discussion during its regular meeting Monday afternoon, the Worthington Public Utilities Water and Light Commission decided to explore options for solar power. more...
Filed under: Solar

Earthquakes could affect Beaver Valley nuke plant more than first thought

Apr 22 - David Conti The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review - Earthquakes could affect the Beaver Valley Power Station more than engineers thought when they built the plant's two nuclear reactors in the 1970s, according to a review that regulators ordered because of the Fukushima disaster in Japan. more...
Filed under: Nuclear


By Jim Bell
On: April 18, 2014
Here we go again, justifying doing something bad to do something supposedly good. I'm referring to the plans to scrape off hundreds of square miles more...
Filed under: Solar
By Sarah Battaglia
On: April 16, 2014
Being involved in the energy industry, we've received loads of questions regarding natural gas. It's a hot commodity right now so we understand that our more...
Filed under: Fossil & Biomass
By Shlomi Palas
On: April 7, 2014
In his State of the Union address this month, President Obama pointed to his administration's 'all-of-the-above' energy policy as key to reducing US reliance on more...
Filed under: Environmental, Emissions & Carbon Management
By Evelyn Butler
On: April 3, 2014
The conversation surrounding how solar energy can benefit the environment has been a transformational one over the last 10 years. One of the focal points more...
Filed under: Solar
By Shlomi Palas
On: March 28, 2014
According to new analysis released in January by Frost & Sullivan, the global waste to energy (WTE) market earned revenues of $17.98 billion in 2012 more...
Filed under: Fossil & Biomass


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Samoa sets sights on largest solar array in the Pacific

By John Ryan - Construction of the largest solar power array in the Pacific is expected to commence soon after New Zealand foreign minister more...
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Solar Frontier and other green companies look to set up shop in New York State

By John Ryan - Solar Frontier is poising to join other solar companies in New York State following more...
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Energy Poverty Entraps Economy In Developing Countries

By Annie K - Energy Poverty is lack of access to energy services, mainly electricity for basic needs such as lighting and cooking.  Prevalent more...

Embrace Winters With Home Heating Oil Long Island

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Global clean energy investment up 10% in first quarter

By John Ryan - A 42% increase in small-scale solar investment in the first quarter of 2014 has helped the global renewable energy sector grow rapidly, more...

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