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It's hurricane season; better prepare for another grid blackout

As the Atlantic hurricane season approaches its crescendo, the US government warns people to prepare for blackouts. The vast majority of people who are affected by hurricanes are affected by a blackout because the fragile grid infrastructure fails. 163 more words

Wind Orchard Energy’s Osiris 10 Small Wind Turbine Arrived Colorado

Jeff Hebert is passionate about small wind turbines.  He has studied the field over the last twelve years.  Then he found Osiris Energy from reading our blog.   89 more words

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Wind power: a "wolf in green clothing"

It’s clean, it’s “green,” and it wants your land and your money too

Here from The Hill, a US blog for policy-makers, a posting on wind power and the US form of subsidy, the Production Tax Credit. 705 more words

On the Radio: Energy efficiency under the Clean Power Plan

This week’s On the Radio segment looks at how energy efficiency and renewable energy will reduce power plant emissions under the Clean Power Plan. Listen to the audio below, or continue reading for the transcript. 177 more words

News

India Lays Foundation For National Wind Energy Mission

This article originally posted at Clean Technica. View the original post here

India’s ongoing National Solar Mission has reaped very encouraging results. The country saw about 2,500 MW capacity being added in just four to five years with hundreds of megawatts set to be commissioned over the next few months. 354 more words

Renewable Energy

NEW ENGLAND POWER SHORTAGE THIS WINTER: GREEN DREAMS WILL FREEZE

Spectator: “In 1980, under the first administration of Governor Jerry Brown, California decided it wasn’t going to build any more power plants but would follow Amory Lovins’ “soft path,” opting instead for conservation and renewable energy. 270 more words

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