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20 Years After Sacramento Voted to Shut Rancho Seco, SMUD Has Diversified Energy Sources

Jun 07 - The Sacramento Bee, Calif. - At the dormant Rancho Seco nuclear power plant, it's possible to step through a truck-sized hole in the reactor building's 6-foot-thick concrete walls ... read more

Santee Cooper hearing: People want renewable fuels, not coal

Jun 5 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Claudia Lauer The Sun News, Myrtle Beach, S.C. Many of the customers who commented during public hearings this week about Santee Cooper's proposed ... read more

'Smart grid' - power lines move into digital age

WASHINGTON (The Associated Press) - Jun 7 - By H. JOSEF HEBERT Associated Press Writer Thomas Alva Edison, meet the Internet. More than a century after Edison invented a reliable ... read more

Synthetic Fuel Concept to Steal CO2 From Air....[But Using Nuclear Power to Do It]

Contact: Nancy Ambrosiano nwa@ (505) 667-0471 (04-349) LOS ALAMOS, N.M., February 12, 2008 - Green FreedomTM for ... read more

Report: Utilities with the Most Solar Power are Still Adding the Most

EERE Network News - June 4, 2009 - Although the use of solar power is gaining a more diverse > following among U.S. electric utilities, the utilities that installed > the most solar power in ... read more

Ernest Callenbach / Harvey Wasserman: A Green-Powered Trip to Eco-Solartopia

A free-ranging conversation between Ernest "Chick" Callenbach, author of ECOTOPIA, and Harvey Wasserman, author of SOLARTOPIA, about our green-powered future. Filmed by EON See it at ... read more

Electric firms thwart solar, consumer protection bills in Texas

Legislature Jun 3 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Jack Z. Smith  Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas  It wasn't just disappointing, but also doggone frustrating. > That's how consumer ... read more