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Solar Jobs Explode In California

by Max Breitbarth

The Golden State is leading the United States’ push for more solar energy. Sammy Roth’s Desert Sun article summarizes a recent report from the nonprofit Solar Foundation, which notes that solar jobs are on the rise, and they are increasing the fastest in California. 280 more words

Solar Power

SECWCD seeks $17.4 million for Pueblo Dam hydroelectric project

From The Pueblo Chieftain (Chris Woodka):

A hydropower project at Pueblo Dam has been given a green light by the Bureau of Reclamation and is in line for a $17.4 million state loan.

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Colorado Water

Abolishing DECC and climate change

One of the first acts of Theresa May as Prime Minister was to abolish the Department of Energy and Climate Change and merge it into an expanded Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. 400 more words

Energy Policy

Stories of Change: Exploring energy and community in the past, present and future, 2014 – 2017

This article has been copied from the Stories of Change website.

March 2014 – February 2017

Dr Joe Smith has been awarded a £1.47M large grant on the project titled… 671 more words


Obama: Police Can 'Make the Job of Being a Cop a Lot Safer' by Admitting Their Failures

Oblamer in Chief back on the Baltimore shootings, ABOVE

This has the scent & fingerprints of VanJones all over it, and Obama is knee deep in the same shit VanJones is in, all part of the hidden agenda of bringing White America to it’s knees. 120 more words


Conflicts of Interest at the Republican Convention [Gaille Energy Blog Issue 29]

This week’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland is attended by 2,472 delegates. Over the last six months, we all watched as candidates won delegates based on voting results in 56 caucuses and primary elections. 848 more words

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