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Day 512 - Nuclear radiation is a scam

I watched this video and I was quite surprised by what was said and proven. For years and years I have been living in fear of nuclear science. 299 more words

DOE’s “First Come First Served” Approach to RE FIT Allocation Outdated

David Celestra Tan
20 December 2014

When the subsidized rate for Renewable Energies were announced by the ERC, many green energy companies, local and foreign wanted to take advantage of such attractive rates. 804 more words


Potential Stop of All Wind Projects in Michigan's Thumb

Michigan’s Huron County Commissioner John Nugent really knows how the wind blows in Huron County Michigan.  His recent announcement of his position in the Huron Daily Tribune was direct and to the point. 178 more words


Bats and Wind Energy Cooperative eNewsletter - Dec. 2014

Check out the attached file from BWEC for some of the latest updates in bat conservation with respect to wind power development. (You might need to re-size the pdf for easy reading.)


Adding more power through Wind Energy

An article published in ibef.org by Aparna Dutt Sharma, Chief Executive Officer, IBEF

The Government of India has set an ambitious target of adding 10,000 MW of wind energy every year, which is five times the total capacity addition in the previous fiscal. 460 more words


Iowa's biodiesel and wind energy sectors expected to benefit from recently passed tax breaks

Nick Fetty | December 18, 2014

A $41-billion package of tax breaks passed by the U.S. Senate earlier this week is expected to benefit Iowa’s biodiesel and wind energy industries. 234 more words


The Wind Market in Texas, Pt. II - Georgetown International Environmental Law Review

The Wind Market in Texas, Part II

By Joshua Ebersole, Staff Contributor

Texas, the largest producer of wind energy in the United States, has over 12,750 megawatts of total wind power capacity installed. 542 more words