Posts Tagged with "wind power"

Energy Co-Ops: Generating All Kinds of Green for Local Communities

Monday, August 15, 2011

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Energy Co-Ops: Generating All Kinds of Green for Local Communities

With all of the panic surrounding stocks, I’m clearly not the only one wondering where I should put my money for the long term. I want to know that my money will support the good, not just pad a CEO’s already fat pocket. I think I’ve found a solution, nestled in northern England. The Baywind [...]

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VIDEO: Danes And The Third Industrial Revolution

Monday, July 25, 2011

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VIDEO: Danes And The Third Industrial Revolution

RAN has been ramping up the dialogue against coal, calling for an end to new coal-fired power plants and for existing coal plants to be retired (these currently make up over 45% of total US energy generation). The coal industry argues that coal technology is already available while renewable energy technology is a pipe-dream that [...]

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Challenging Green Corporate Power

Monday, December 13, 2010

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Challenging Green Corporate Power

Last week, the San Francisco Chronicle posted an article about California becoming “the center of renewable power development in the United States” as utility companies work toward the state-mandated 20% by 2010 renewable energy standard. Now that one of the primary goals of California’s landmark climate bill is on track, legislators are setting their sights [...]

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