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Upcoming Canadian Cleantech Conferences Look to Move Solar, Biofuels Forward

With 2011 winding down, both the Canadian solar and biofuels sectors are having their annual conferences within the next two weeks, to take stalk of the past year and move forward for 2012.
The Canadian Solar Industry Association (CanSIA), coming off a proposal in October for the upcoming Canadian

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Small projects have wind in their sails

Posted on November 28, 2011. Filed under: Clean Air, Climate change, Energy independence, Wind | Tags: Climate change, Energy independence, Windpower | From an article by Tom Content in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:Companies working toward energy independenceThe stalled state of wind farm

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Germany’s Quixotic Withdrawal From Nuclear Energy

It seems to have a lot going on for for a country that is pulling the plug on nuclear energyGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel hit the big red “stop” button earlier this year calling for the closure of all 17 nuclear reactors that provide about one-quarter of the nation’s electricity. Eight reactors

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Time to Buy One of the Best Peak Oil Investments

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Denmark: 100% Renewable Energy by 2050 (100% Clean Electricity by 2035)

CleanTechnicaCleantech news & views: solar energy, wind energy, energy efficiency, EVs, and more.Sorry, I could not read the content fromt this

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Ontario Solar Industry to Hold Town Hall on Feed-in-Tariff Changes

The fastest growing solar market in the world is on pause as the Ontario government invites input from stakeholders on its two-year old Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) program. Half way through the six-week FIT Program Review initiated by the new Minister of Energy, Chris Bentley, Ontario Solar Network is

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Lowes to Carry Electron-Stimulated Luminescence Light Bulbs

Cleantech news & views: solar energy, wind energy, energy efficiency, EVs, and more.
Solar EnergyEnergy StorageOcean EnergyCarsTransitAviationBikesShareFiled Under: Energy Efficiency Tagged With: energy efficient lighting, incandescent bulb, recessed lighting About Elizabeth Smyth
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Keystone XL, One Head of the Hydra

In ancient Greek mythology, the Hydra was a deadly monster that had many heads.  If one was cut off two grew in its place.  
Killing Keystone XL won’t stop Canada from developing its tar sand deposit.  Even if no new pipeline crossing the US border is ever approved, US

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Bangkok Becomes First Megacity to Mull Move to Higher Ground

After another year marked by months of epic flooding in the capital city of 12 million, this month AFP reports that lawmakers in Thailand have submitted a parliamentary motion to begin discussions of building a second capital or moving Bangkok to higher ground.
Sataporn Maneerat, a

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Only Way to Stop Greenhouse Gas Emissions is to Use Clean Electricity, Study Finds

Is it possible to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 80% below 1990 emissions levels by 2050? Maybe, according to a study done in (of course) California. The study was jointly conducted by consulting firm Energy and Environmental Economics, Inc. (E3) and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and

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