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Does Silicon Availability Threaten a-Si Growth?

By Jessica Lillian - Solar Industry With their lower-cost manufacturing methods and freedom from silicon shortages, thin-film solar cell technologies have occupied a growing slice of market share, ... read more

Boxer Lays Out Action On Climate Change

Thursday, July 2, 2009 Senate Environment and Public Works Chairwoman Barbara Boxer has scheduled a four-pack of hearings in the next two weeks as part of a broader effort to draft climate ... read more

ExxonMobil continuing to fund climate sceptic groups, records show

July 1, 2009 - The Guardian - UK Records show ExxonMobil gave hundreds of thousands of pounds to lobby groups that have published 'misleading and inaccurate information' about climate change by David ... read more

A Lost Opportunity That Worsened Crisis

Utilities and federal regulators shut the door on renewable power in California Susan Sward, Chronicle Staff Writer Monday, February 12, ... read more

Toxic waste casts cloud on Massachusetts solar co.

Jul 3 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Christine McConville Boston > Herald > > > Evergreen Solar Inc., one of Massachusetts' rising green energy > stars, is on its way to ... read more

Climbing onto the smart grid

Jul 5 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Libby Tucker The Columbian, Vancouver, Wash.  Southwest Washington's high-tech industry is wising up to the  business opportunities in the smart grid -- ... read more

SD's energy boom: Is it too much too soon?

> MITCHELL, S.D. (The Associated Press) - Jul 4 - By AUSTIN KAUS > > As South Dakota continues an energy boom that began a decade ago, > Don Carr watches from afar and says this ... read more