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Solar Wind Energy Tower Receives City Council Approval for...
Company Remains on Target to Break Ground in 2015; 2,250 Feet High Downdraft Tower Could Be Operational by 2018 the "Company"), the inventor of large Solar Wind Downdraft Tower structures capable of producing abundant, inexpensive electricity, today is pleased to announce that yesterday evening, the City Council of San Luis, Arizona voted unanimously to approve "industrial" zoning for the 640 acres in keeping with the Development and Protected Development Rights Agreement signed on April 28, 2014. The Development and Protected Development Rights Agreement guaranteed the necessary local entitlements for development of the Company's first Tower in the City of San Luis, AZ.
Arizona boasts highest clean-energy job growth
Arizona saw the largest growth in clean-energy jobs during the second quarter, reports the Yuma Sun.
Green Job Openings More Than Double in the Second Quarter of 2014
More than 12,500 clean energy and transportation jobs were announced in this year's second quarter , more than double that of Q1, according to a report from Environmental Entrepreneurs on the eve of the Labor Day weekend.
Press Conference at Noon on Gutierrez BP Abuse Case, Charges
A noon press conference will follow today's 9 a.m. hearing of Shena Gutierrez, founding member of the Border Patrol Victims Network, at the DeConcini Federal Courthouse, 405 W. Congress St. Gutierrez and two other activists contend they were physically and verbally abused by BP officers at the Nogales Port of Entry on Saturday, May 24. In a press ... (more)
Phoenix New Times
Activists Arrested After Run-in With Border Authorities Want Charges Dropped
See, back in 2011, 41-year-old Jose Gutierrez was deported from the United States, despite living in the Los Angeles area since he was a boy.