Green News
Filter news by: All | Nuke News | Green News | Act Now News

Nuclear plant takes a big gulp

By Craig Pittman and Asjylyn Loder, Times Staff Writers Published Friday, May 8, 2009 ________________________________________ Progress Energy's plans to build a $17 billion nuclear plant in rural ... read more

Colo. building thousands of 'net zero' homes

DENVER (The Associated Press) - May 10 > > Green home builders are optimistic that the thousands of > energy-efficient "net-zero" houses being built across Colorado could ... read more

Win-Wind: Nuclear Power Setback Could Be Windpower's Gain

May 09 - > Claremore Daily Progress, Okla. - > > U.S. Senator Harry Reid (D-Nevada) announced Thursday the budget > slash delivered by President Barack Obama to the proposed Yucca ... read more

U.S. Drops Research Into Fuel Cells for Cars

May 8, 2009 By MATTHEW L. WALD WASHINGTON - Cars powered by hydrogen fuel cells, once hailed by PresidentGeorge W. Bush as a ... read more

Secretary Salazar Pledges to Open Four Renewable Energy Permitting Offices, Create Renewable Energy

Teams May 06, 2009 -- Interior > Department Documents and Publications/ ContentWorks > > To expedite production of renewable energy on public lands while > protecting land, water, ... read more

Interior Secretary Salazar Expecting Surge In Offshore Wind Farms

Dow Jones & Company, Inc. - May 5 > U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said Tuesday he expects as > many as a dozen proposals for offshore wind-energy projects in the > coming ... read more

Will Workers Be Left Behind in a Green Transition?

By Joe Uehlein > > - May 5, 2009 > > > > As Congress gears up to craft much-needed legislation to ... read more