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Rock Port, Missouri, First 100 Percent Wind-powered Community In U.S.

ScienceDaily (July 16, 2008) - Rock Port Missouri, with a population of just over 1,300 residents, has announced that it is the first 100% wind powered community in the United States. Four wind ... read more

Scientists Find Successful Way To Reduce Bat Deaths At Wind Turbines

ScienceDaily (Sep. 28, 2009) - Scientists at the University of Calgary have found a way to reduce bat deaths from wind turbines by up to 60 percent without significantly reducing the energy ... read more

FPL Group and Duke Energy Investing $600 Million to Convert Vehicles to Plug-in Hybrid or Electric by 2020

NEW YORK, Sep 24, 2009 -- BUSINESS WIRE > > FPL Group, Inc. (NYSE:FPL) and Duke Energy (NYSE:DUK) today > announced a commitment to transition their company cars and trucks to > ... read more

Good News! Nanosolar Reaches Solar Cell Efficiency of 16.4% and Starts Mass Production

by Michael Graham Richard, Ottawa, Canada on 09.14.09

Swedish Nuclear Bunker an Efficient Home for Data Center

by Jaymi Heimbuch, San Francisco, California on 09.15.09 Last year we heard about a nuclear power plant in Hanau, ... read more

California Approves Biggest Energy Efficiency Program in the Country's History

More than $3 billion investment over next 3 years will provide relief to Californians facing tough economic times WASHINGTON - September 24 - California today approved the biggest utility energy ... read more

As City Grows More Bike-Friendly, Restaurants Consider the Benefits

By Mathew Katz When Maury Rubin, owner of The City Bakery, implemented a 50 percent discount for people arriving at his Birdbath Bakery by bike in 2005, it was a bit too popular--and too costly, so ... read more