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Getting Creative with Texas' Flexible Permit Problem

Sunday October 31, 2010
In July, the EPA called Texas to task for failing to meet certain provisions of the Federal Clean Air Act and New Source Review process. In particular, the EPA disapproved ... Read More

Oregon Sweeps 2010 Green Power Leadership Awards

Wednesday October 27, 2010
Oregon is a green powerhouse, judging by the 2010 Green Power Leadership Awards presented at this year's Renewable Energy Markets Conference. A joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ... Read More

Financing Incentive Among the “Best in Class”

Saturday October 23, 2010
Clean Renewable Energy Bonds (CREBS) are administered by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to promote environmentally-friendly electricity projects. CREBS provide financing to municipalities, coops, and certain other organizations; the bonds ... Read More

What Happens to Jobs Without Fossil Fuels?

Saturday October 16, 2010
Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley calculated how many jobs would be gained or lost if fossil fuels (oil, gas, and coal) were excluded from the energy sector. ... Read More

Will Electricity Become the New Gasoline?

Thursday October 14, 2010
The days of gas guzzlers could be numbered. The federal government has proposed fuel economy standards ranging from 47 to 62 miles per gallon (mpg) for passenger cars and light trucks. ... Read More

Standardizing the Smart Grid

Friday October 8, 2010
A bunch of brainy, detail-oriented folks have been putting their heads together to ensure smart grid interoperability, as required under the 2007 Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA). Based on ... Read More

Can Renewable Energy Save Lives? U.S. Military Thinks So

Wednesday October 6, 2010
Modern warfare is fuel intensive. An article in Defense Industry Daily says the military expends 7 gallons of fuel to transport each gallon of fuel to the troops in Afghanistan. In fact, ... Read More

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