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Archive for October, 2011

No wind? No problem with giant battery bank

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Geothermal Industry Holds Strong Amid Challenges

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Walking the exhibit hall at the 2011 Geothermal Expo in San Diego, Calif., you’d be hard-pressed to find anything but high energy and enthusiasm — impressive for an industry that only saw one project go online in the U.S. ...

Facebook to world: Clone your own data centers

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Excellence in Renewable Energy Awards: Nominate Now!

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Get ready to celebrate the industry's achievements. At RenewableEnergyWorld.com, we are ready to accept nominations for the Excellence in Renewable Energy Awards. These awards recognize the best companies, people and projects in the North American renewable energy industry.

Can a desert tree fight global warming?

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IBM listens in on wave energy’s subsea sounds

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IBM listens in on wave energy’s subsea sounds

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Nest Learning Thermostat: Shiny Toy or Serious Tool?

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It looks a bit like a hockey puck, but it's designed to keep your home warm in the winter, while cooling it in the summer. But while it is indeed slick, it's a lot smarter than a hockey puck; so ...

Plane or wind turbine? Holographic radar knows

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A world of sonic wonder

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The First wonder, Speaking Sands ...

Solar Companies Team Up With Habitat for Humanity

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Solar executives stepped away from the networking bustle of SPI 2011 last week to attend an event for humanity.

Solar Companies Team Up With Habitat for Humanity

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Solar executives stepped away from the networking bustle of SPI 2011 last week to attend an event for humanity.

In Australia, Can Renewable Energy Get Over the Tea Party Blues?

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"It must be considered that there is nothing more difficult to carry out, nor more doubtful of success, nor more dangerous to handle, than to initiate a new order of things." Niccolò Machiavelli Australia’s government is trying to initiate a new ...

Prysm funded for large, low-power displays

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Facebook to build server farm near Arctic Circle, report says

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The New Worldchanging Is Coming

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After a long hiatus we are coming back. In September my organization, Architecture for Humanity acquired Worldchanging and all its assets. Starting in November we will begin to merge this site with Open Architecture Network to ...

Brammo raises $28M for electric motorcycles

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Global investors may benefit from expected U.S. solar growth

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U.S. betting on concentrated solar

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UK Energy Secretary Huhne Blasts ‘Unholy Alliance’

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UK Energy Secretary Chris Huhne delivered a sharp defense of the nation's renewable energy industries Wednesday while decrying criticism from the "climate skeptics and armchair engineers" he says are impeding the progress of the green economy.