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No Meeting Halfway on Nuke Licensing Rules

Sep 20 - The Tribune (San Luis Obispo, Calif.) > > Bowing to local pressure, the federal Nuclear Regulatory > Commission has agreed to reschedule a hearing to take public comment > ... read more

California's Appetite for Green Power Could Boost Rates Here

Sep 21 -  The Seattle Times > > California may come hunting soon for large amounts of wind power > from the Pacific Northwest, and that has many Washington utilities > worried ... read more

Breakthrough Design Cuts Cost of LED Light Bulbs by 40 Percent

Los Angeles, CA, Sep 17, 2009 -- > > LED lighting is still too expensive for the vast majority of > consumers despite the 80% energy savings that LEDs give over > ... read more

St. Louis is geothermal hot spot

> Sep 18 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Tim Bryant St. Louis > Post-Dispatch > > St. Louis' temperate climate makes the region an ideal ground > zero -- so to speak -- for ... read more

Automakers try to energize electric-car business

FRANKFURT (The Associated Press) - Sep 15 - By MATT MOORE and GEORGE FREY AP Business > Writers > > The race is on among the world's auto companies to make electric > cars go ... read more

California Governor Signs Executive Order Establishing Strong Renewable Portfolio Standard

in News Departments > Policy Watch by NAW Staff on Tuesday 15 September 2009 Independent Energy Producers (IEP) Executive Director Jan Smutny-Jones and about 30 IEP members joined Gov. ... read more

Bay of Fundy's waves to be put to work

Oliver Moore Halifax - From Wednesday's Globe and MailLast updated on Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2009 11:06PM EDT The first of three turbines is expected to go into the Bay of Fundy next month in spite of ... read more