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A rising number of new homes include renewable energy features, a trend that is apparent in both single-family and multifamily construction.
CLEAN Energy for Eternity was able to present two 'good news' stories at the inaugural Community Energy Congress held in Canberra June 16-17.
China is mandating that at least 30 percent of new government vehicles be powered by alternative energy by 2016 in the government's latest salvo to combat pollution and reduce energy dependence.
If you are one of the viewers watching Germany taking on Argentina in the next couple of hours, there is a chance you might notice an obscure name on the boards surrounding the pitch: Yingli Green Energy .
In this Nov. 18, 2013, photo released by Tokyo Electric Power Co. , workers try to remove radioactive fuel rods from the Unit 4 building at the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma, Fukushima Prefecture, northeastern Japan.
A group of boys cools off under solar-powered water pumps at Dharnai village in Jehanabad.
Energy bills are set to rise after the regulator Ofgem approved plans which will help Scottish wind farms at the expense of power stations in England.
Work on the first solar farm in Central Bedfordshire started on Friday. The site will generate enough electricity to power 1,500 homes in Caddington and Slip End.
For years, the word green has been associated with the U.S. Army. However, with the implementation of renewable energy initiatives, the Army has shared its "green" characteristics while taking on the challenges of "going green."
The number of jobs in the solar power industry now outnumbers those in the coal-mining sector.
Your Turn: Put focus on clean energy, not coal Advocates of coal ignore health risks; Minnesota must expand clean-energy portfolio Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/opinion/2014/07/11/turn-put-focus-clean-energy-coal/12553049/ As a member of House District 15B and long-time resident of the St. Cloud area, I am ... (more)
Do we have the right to portage our canoes over ancient paths, or can the government stop us in the name of modernity? Allan Turnbull canoes near Bala Falls: Local residents are opposed to plans for a hydroelectric plant at the falls.
On Monday, June 23, in a long-awaited decision, the U.S. Supreme Court in Utility Air Regulatory Group v.
Massachusetts launched its "solar carve-out" program in 2010 to accelerate the adoption of solar energy statewide.
Plans for a A 1.2 billion undersea electricity cable that will help boost the country's renewable energy capacity have been given the go-ahead.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 01:27 am
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