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Intel Prioritizes Sustainability With Water Recycling Program

Intel Prioritizes Sustainability With Water Recycling Program

Thatcher Michelsen October 3, 2013 0

Intel, the world's biggest manufacturer of semiconductors and computer chips, needs a lot of water

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Portland Planning Dense Communities

Portland Planning Dense Communities

Thatcher Michelsen September 19, 2013 0

Portland has experienced considerable growth in the last decade, and as a result city planners are trying to spur development that encourages new residents to live in denser communities

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Green Buildings And Productivity

Green Buildings And Productivity

Thatcher Michelsen September 13, 2013 0

We've been talking a lot lately about green building practices and how these can help the environment while also saving businesses money

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Success Of Swedish Renewable Energy An Important Lesson For U.S.

Success Of Swedish Renewable Energy An Important Lesson For U.S.

Thatcher Michelsen September 5, 2013 0

With all the news about the Syrian Civil War, many people may not have realized that President Barack Obama is actually in Sweden holding a bilateral conference with Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt

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U.S. Department Of Energy Holding Solar Decathlon In October

U.S. Department Of Energy Holding Solar Decathlon In October

Thatcher Michelsen August 30, 2013 0

For the sixth time since 2002, the U.S. Department of Energy, along with several sponsors including Bosch, Cisco and Wells Fargo, will be hosting the Solar Decathlon at the Orange County Great Park in

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Wisconsin Hospital Leading The Way In Energy Efficiency

Wisconsin Hospital Leading The Way In Energy Efficiency

Thatcher Michelsen August 27, 2013 0

Something not commonly known is that hospitals and medical facilities consume a great deal more energy than typical commercial buildings

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New EPA Chief Seeks To Make Climate Change The Number One Priority Of Agency

New EPA Chief Seeks To Make Climate Change The Number One Priority Of Agency

Thatcher Michelsen July 23, 2013 0

Last week, the U.S. Senate confirmed Gina McCarthy, an administrator in the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), to succeed Lisa Jackson as the head of the agency

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Power Purchase Agreements Make Renewable Energy More Accessible

Power Purchase Agreements Make Renewable Energy More Accessible

Thatcher Michelsen June 19, 2013 0

As renewable energy becomes more of a priority for U.S. public policy, there is a growing interest in ways to expand the country's electrical generating capacity from sources such as wind and solar power

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Texas Is One Of Nation’s Wind Power Leaders

Texas Is One Of Nation’s Wind Power Leaders

Thatcher Michelsen April 8, 2013 0

Texas is quickly becoming one of the nation's leading wind power producers

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Arkansas Oil Spill Reveals Dark Side Of U.S. Energy Policy

Arkansas Oil Spill Reveals Dark Side Of U.S. Energy Policy

Thatcher Michelsen April 4, 2013 0

The event, which may cause lasting environmental damage, highlights a major concern among eco-friendly activists in the United States: that the energy industry isn't taking spill threats seriously enough

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