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3-31
Should wind be our future?
3-31
Invest in clean energy alternatives
3-31
Solar energy: A trend that's heating up
 
3-31
PUC should encourage solar power
3-31
 
3-30
Small hydro, big potential
3-30
Navajos set to tap power of the wind
3-29
Solar Panels to Blanket Southern California's Commercial Roofs
3-29
The Clean Energy Scam
3-29
Sharp Plans Big Jump In Solar-Cell Capacity
3-29
Solar Mediterranean Union: the Way to Energy and Climate Security?
3-28
Worlds Largest Solar PV Installation
3-28
Two SoCal projects could boost state's solar power output by half
3-27
California Utility to Install Solar Panels
3-27
City hopes to turn yard clippings and food scraps into heat, electricity
3-27
At the Zenith of Solar Energy
3-27
Renewable Research Grants Awarded In Ohio
3-27
WE have the Power2Change! 
3-27
BG to launch range of home energy generation products
3-27
Sharp Corporation invests in thin-film solar plant
3-27
Energy firm eyes green power
3-26
Experts: Capture solar power to heat, cheap
3-26
Florida utility jumps into California solar market
3-26
A Biofuel Reality Check; A Sane Voice from Iowa Farm
3-26
How Solar Panels Could Power 90% of US Transportation
3-26
Wind turning in favour of green
3-26
Small wind turbine rules could "open up" microgeneration
3-25
Company would put wind turbines in national forest  -  Company begins filing initial turbine applications
3-25
Top scientists warn against rush to biofuel   -  Biofuels: a solution that became part of the problem
3-25
Got milk? Convert it into biofuel
3-25
Bamboo homes - grow your own
3-25
Cities change money by changing light bulbs to LEDs
3-25
Going solar - roof panels help power home
3-24
Solar farm powers California
3-24
This week we want to know all about ... Solar-powered clothing
3-23
Ritter wants Colorado to be renewable leader
3-23
A watershed for clean energy
3-23
New Maine Wind Turbine Protects Seabirds
3-23
Innovative Tower To Feature Atrium Of Wind Turbines
3-23
Solar tax credit proposed to lure mid-Michigan plant
3-23
Clean energy in the oil capital of the world  -  Stunning Solar Building Will Generate More Power Than It Needs
3-22
Van Jones: Shining a new light
3-22

The Folly of Turning Water Into Fuel   -   Water will be source of war unless world acts now, warns minister

3-22
The Reality of Renewables
3-22
Lessons from Germany's energy renaissance
3-22
Good Jobs, Green Jobs: Part 3
3-22
Self-sufficient living
3-22
Buckyballs Can Store Concentrated Hydrogen
3-22
Benefits of solar energy manifold
3-22
Cycling For Food: Engineers Work On Pedal-powered Grain Crusher
3-21
Is the boom over for alternative energy or just getting started?
3-21
Reichstag to run solely on renewable power
3-21
Grumbling over ethanol mounts among food execs
3-21
What's needed is renewable energy
3-21
Renewable energy can generate 2bn growth
 
3-21
Renewable energy law signed into effect in Chile
3-20
Let the sun shine in. Solar energy is wave of the future
3-20
Calif. project called key to future US wind power
3-20
Are Arizonians smarter than Cape Codders?
3-20
Big Solar, Big Benefits - peak oil
3-20
Twirling blades add power to the push for renewable energy
3-20
Wind turbine maker creates 30 Welsh jobs
3-19
Salt could shake up world energy supply
3-19
Europe's Renewables Lead Stirs US Concern-Germany
3-19
Energy future needs sustained federal support
3-19
German Biodiesel Firm To Use Chip Fat In UK, US
3-19
Sunshine solutions
3-19
A revolution in energy awaits, who will dare tap it?
3-18
Price of war: Developing renewable energy may be cheaper
3-18
Thoughts from a cellulosic ethanol agnostic
3-18
They May Not Use Gasoline, but They Sure Burn Through Water
3-18
UK gives homeowners green light for solar power
3-17
JUICE: Trans Mission Possible
3-17
SOLAR ENERGY COULD RUN MEXICO
3-17
Renewable only option with energy
 
3-16
Boston Globe editorial: Devastation at 3,000 feet
3-16
Elkins Plans to Oppose Windmills
3-16
Cleaning Up Solar Energy
3-16
Green-Tech Investing Is Red-Hot
3-16
Green energy begins to make big money
3-16
DOE funds solar-cell projects
 
3-16
HI law would require solar water heating
 
3-16
Helping Southeast Alaska communities find renewable energy solutions
3-16
Renewable-energy supporters rally in Reno against coal plants
3-16
Utilities, consumers face challenges presented by renewable energy
3-15
Floating wind farm proposed off Vineyard relies on unproven technology
3-15
Google Will Finance Enhanced Geothermal
3-15
Solar power may help wean Nevada off fossil fuel-powered energy
3-15
Abu Dhabi and Spain launch solar power company
 
3-15
Ariz. lawmakers tout solar-energy bills
 
3-15
Light bulbs a cause for good, not alarm
3-15
Green Technology and Renewable Energy are Keys to San Jose Conservation Plan
3-15
Corn cobs as a source of energy
3-14
Green energy is making big money
3-14
Hydrogen fuel cells contribute one-third less to global warming
3-14
A long-winded debate: Seven years of spirited arguments on Cape proposal have solved little
3-14
UK Gives Homeowners Green Light For Solar Power
3-14
Solar tower of power coming to Spain, Abu Dhabi
3-14
U.S. Department of Energy to Invest up to $13.7 Million for Breakthrough Solar Energy Projects
3-14
US airforce looks to buy Californian garbage jet fuel
3-14
Power to the people
3-14
United Kingdom: Homeowners given green light for solar power
3-14
Is vinegar the secret ingredient for biofuels?
3-13
Solar modules twice as efficient as conventional silicon
3-12
Make Solar Lamps Not War - Nobel Scientist
3-11
Boston Globe: Winds of change off the Cape
3-11
Corn-Based Ethanol Could Worsen "Dead Zone" - Study
3-11
3-11
The next gold rush: solar power
3-11
"China is cutting corners again to exploit another market" -
Shares Crushed On Washington Post Report On Chinese Polysilicon Company Dumping Toxic Waste  -  Solar Power May Not Be As Green As You Think  - A dark side of solar power 
3-10
Solar Energy Firms Leave Waste Behind in China
 
3-10
Solar water heating an untapped resource
3-10
Hair-like nanowires at root of solar's future
3-10
Print Solar Cells With an Inkjet Printer
3-10
Solar power makes comeback
3-9
Coal: The end is nigh
3-9
Clean energy investment in 2007 was even stronger than first estimates suggested
3-9
Sandia, Stirling Energy Systems set new world record for solar-to-grid conversion efficiency at 31+ percent
3-9
Biofuels: Fields of dreams
3-9
U.S. activist circles globe to fight biotech crops
3-9
The Hybrid Car is Still a Death Machine: an Eco-Anarchist Manifesto
3-9
Solar panels produce energy and lessons for schools
3-8
The End of Coal, and a New Beginning in Wealth
3-8
Food Crisis Will Take Hold Before Climate Change, Warns Chief Scientist
3-8
Biofuels, food prices and malnutrition
3-8
Solar farm to rise over 3 square miles in Ariz.
3-8
Global Solar brings cheaper solar a step closer
3-8
Solar surge
3-8
Sun rises on solar power bill
3-8
Timetable for renewable power needs to be brisk, or Ohio will be passed up
3-8
Push for Nova Scotia to go to all-renewable power
 
3-8
As Solar Sector Goes Global, Investors Can Capitalize on Dawning of a New Industry
3-8
Paint on power
3-8
THE U.S. OF SOLAR POWER OUR CARS TOO
3-7
Opinion: Support for wind energy often rushed, uninformed
3-7
Support for Cape Wind Rises Ahead of Public Hearings, Boosted by Draft Federal Report Showing No Major Environmental Harms
3-7
GE Lands Another $1 Billion Wind Contract
3-7
Solar Company Says Its Tech Can Power 90 Percent of Grid AND Cars
3-7
Seeking cleaner future, world turns to renewable energy
3-7
Here comes the sun -- again
3-7
Butte lands wind-power manufacturing plant -150 jobs
3-7
Calling for a Marshall Plan, not a Manhattan Project
3-7
3-7
3-7
Africa: Will Country Lead the Solar Energy Revolution?
3-7
UK Government Pressed Over Renewables
3-7
Which Renewable Green Energy is Right For Your Home?
3-7
Global renewable energy related business rapidly expanding
3-7
More than 100 countries pledge to promote renewable energy
3-7
MMA Renewables Funds Arizona Thin Film Solar Plant
3-6
Turning Glare Into Watts
3-6
Ky. committee OKs renewable energy bill
3-6
Sweden Aims For Renewable Sources For Half Its Energy
3-6
Wales: Solar panels and roof-top turbines could power our homes
 
3-6
Canadian Solar Is Glowing
3-6
BP Looks to Create Value From Renewable Power Operations
3-6
Heavy price of corn-based biofuels
3-6
THE POWER OF CONCENTRATION
3-6
Solar energy has bright future if Senate acts
3-5
AEC chooses renewables and efficiency over coal
3-5
Governors Work on Joint Energy Policy
3-5
Almost leveled, West Virginia: Crooked justice allows mountain-top removal practices to freely injure homes and health
3-5
Coming Soon - The Carbon Economy
3-5
California Cows Start Passing Gas To The Grid
3-5
US Won't Meet Ethanol Goal Due Cellulosic Shortfall
3-5
Seaweed: The world's engine?
3-5
UN Warns of Climate Change in Mideast
3-4
U.S. coal power boom suddenly wanes; Worries about global warming and rising construction costs give the edge to natural-gas and renewable-energy plants
3-4
Suit opposes E. Kentucky Power plant in Clark County
3-4
Minn. Green Policy Looms Over Neighbor
3-4
Rising energy prices could make microgeneration viable
3-4
Making good use of that sunny Arizona weather
3-4
Schott Solar breaks ground on $100 million facility
3-4
Renewable Richmond
3-4
California cows to supply renewable gas energy
 
3-4
Peru projects $30 billion in renewable energy investments
3-4
Virgin To Use GM Fuel Cell Cars As Limo 
3-4
Conti's Lithium-Ion Cell To Power Mercedes Hybrid 
3-3
Conservation, 'small power' can make energy debate moot
3-3
Corn is king -- and therefore a growing problem
3-3
Tough Times For US Ethanol To Force Shake-Out
3-3
The next level of solar energy
3-3
Australia thinks big on solar power
3-3
Shining the light on solar
3-3
Amazing solar shingles inspired by leaves
3-2
It's possible to build a zero-energy home today
3-2
Texas companies quicker to switch to green energy than residents
3-2
Facts on renewable power
3-2
Winds of opportunity and energy blow in Lansing
 
3-1
Wind power gets a bad rap after the Texas blackouts
3-1
Research hub boosts Colo. economy
3-1
Warm your house with passive solar technology
3-1
Greener Green Energy: Today's solar cells give more than they take
3-1
The way the wind blows
3-1
Europe's First Solar Tower Power Plant

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