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'73.3 Current events

Our dragons Brimdraca and Eorðdraca  have been challenging themselves to tackle a list of seventy-three different subjects on which a blog could be written…  The suggestions are very wide-ranging and aimed at people from every area of life who might want to write a blog, not just writers. 768 more words

Richard Kefford

Is installing rooftops with solar a good option in India?

Yes. Saves energy, saves money and is an environmentally cleaner option.

With an average solar insolation of 4-7 kwh/m and 300 sunny days in a year, India’s potential for harnessing solar power is immense. 632 more words

Solar

Solar minimum surprisingly constant


It’s not known exactly what factors govern this constant minimum, but this is an interesting finding as Phys.org reports.

Using more than a half-century of observations, Japanese astronomers have discovered that the microwaves coming from the sun at the minimums of the past five solar cycles have been the same each time, despite large differences in the maximums of the cycles. 313 more words

Solar System Dynamics

Renewable Energy – by Royal Decree

By Paul Driessen – Re-Blogged From http://www.WattsUpWithThat.com

The St. Louis city council has unanimously passed a resolution decreeing that by 2035 the city will somehow, almost magically be powered by 100% “clean, renewable” electricity.  1,297 more words

CAGW Alarmism

Northern Virginia governments look at major renewable energy energy purchase

The Northern Virginia Regional Commission has selected a consultant to assist area localities in a joint procurement of renewable energy. Participating cities and counties will be able to aggregate their demand to get the kind of economies of scale that have allowed corporations like Amazon and Facebook to lower their energy cost by investing in large solar and wind farms. 727 more words

Virginia

* Energía : Colombia 200 proyectos de eólica solar y biomasa 1,200MW

ENERGIA LIMPIA XXI. El Ministro de Minas y Energía, Germán Arce afirmó que en el último año y medio en el país se han promovido más de 200 proyectos de energías no convencionales (eólica, solar, biomasa), que suman más de 1.200 megavatios de capacidad, gracias a instrumentos tributarios que incentivan la inversión en estas tecnologías”. 380 more words

Gov. Brown’s new solar power orders are a stealth tax.

Gov. Kate Brown must figure that if Barack Obama could govern by executive order, so can she.

So right before she was to head for Germany to attend the United Nations climate talks she imposed new taxes through Executive Orders 17-20 and 17-21 with absolutely no public debate. 322 more words