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Twin reports find that world is embracing clean energy movement

Twin reports find that world is embracing clean energy movement

Thatcher Michelsen September 28, 2012 0

Bloomberg officials, including BNEF chief executive Michael Liebreich, celebrated the results but urged global leaders to devote more time and energy to research and develop new green technologies

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Hewlett-Packard, Intel joining forces to create world’s most energy-efficient supercomputer

Hewlett-Packard, Intel joining forces to create world’s most energy-efficient supercomputer

Thatcher Michelsen September 27, 2012 0

The long-time tech giants will be working together with the DoE's National Renewable Energy Laboratory to create a data-processing center that can supply some of its own power

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Archaeologists find evidence of prehistoric recycling efforts

Archaeologists find evidence of prehistoric recycling efforts

Thatcher Michelsen September 26, 2012 0

According to a study published in the Journal of Archaeological Study that was written by a group of Spanish researchers, evidence exists of recycling habits demonstrated by prehistoric humans

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Stay green wherever you are: Great mobile apps for eco-minded folks

Stay green wherever you are: Great mobile apps for eco-minded folks

Thatcher Michelsen September 25, 2012 0

In today's article, we'll look at some of 2012's hottest eco-friendly mobile apps and what they can do for you

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Oregon officials hail opening of America’s second-largest wind farm complex

Oregon officials hail opening of America’s second-largest wind farm complex

Thatcher Michelsen September 24, 2012 0

On September 22, leaders from Oregon's political and energy establishments gathered to commemorate the official opening of the Shepherds Flat Wind Farm

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U.S. Department of Homeland Security developing eco-friendly “robo-tuna”

U.S. Department of Homeland Security developing eco-friendly “robo-tuna”

Thatcher Michelsen September 21, 2012 0

Known as the BIOSwimmer, this proposed UUV is designed to allow the robot to move its tail just like a tuna does

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San Francisco government votes to move forward with renewable energy plan

San Francisco government votes to move forward with renewable energy plan

Thatcher Michelsen September 20, 2012 0

The next step in the program, following approval from Mayor Lee, would be to explore potential sites for wind and solar energy generators

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Power company secures regulatory victory, sets stage for interstate renewable energy

Power company secures regulatory victory, sets stage for interstate renewable energy

Thatcher Michelsen September 19, 2012 0

Michael Ming, Oklahoma's Energy Secretary, lauded the decision as one that will lead to more jobs in the state and elsewhere

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South Dakota company makes green energy more personal

South Dakota company makes green energy more personal

Thatcher Michelsen September 18, 2012 0

When you think renewable energy sources, your mind undoubtedly leaps a field spotted with towering wind turbines, or an industrial roof lined with large solar panels.

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U.S. Department of Transportation unveils zero-emission public transit program

U.S. Department of Transportation unveils zero-emission public transit program

Thatcher Michelsen September 17, 2012 0

This initiative is part of a nationwide push to build more energy-efficient infrastructure that includes public transit.

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