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State Rep. Ken Gordon Announces Wilmington Office Hours on 4/7; Provides Updates In Newsletter

WILMINGTON, MA — State Representative Ken Gordon, who represents Precinct 3 in Wilmington along with all of Burlington and Bedford, announced yesterday he will be holding Office Hours at the Wilmington Memorial Library on Tuesday, April 7, from 7pm to 8pm. 55 more words

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Renewable energy: Evolving a strategic interest for states

Increasing the share of Renewable Energy (RE) is considered an important energy policy goal globally. It has rightly received significant public policy attention in India, including a separate ministry and national missions aspiring to achieve ambitious RE targets. 214 more words

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April 15th: Congress won't fix corruption. We will.

Published on Mar 31, 2015

On April 15th 2015, Representation Day, Represent.Us Chapters and supporters across America will officially announce the next wave of Anti-Corruption Acts and Resolutions. 13 more words

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NTPC’s solar power plans may become unviable as states reluctant to buy expensive clean energy

Reluctance on part of states to buy expensive clean energy has put a question mark on the feasibility of the country’s biggest power generator NTPC’s plans to install the targeted 15,000 megawatt of solar power in the next five years. 166 more words

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