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Unlikely City Claims Largest Electric Car Share …and moving inland. Indianapolis, the nation’s twelfth largest city,

Far from high-tech Silicon Valley or hipster Austin, Texas, the largest all-electric car-sharing service is being built.
If your second guess is Portland or Brooklyn, keep guessing…and moving inland. Indianapolis, the nation’s twelfth largest city, will install 1,200 charging stations… clean energy, Department of Energy, electric car-sharing, electric cars, Electric Vehicles, Electricity, Energy Systems Network (ESN), fuels, Largest Electric Car, Renewables, Transportation, universities and large companies

U.S. electric vehicle maker Telsa Motors Repays DOE Loan 9 Years Early

U.S. electric vehicle maker Telsa Motors has paid back its 2010 loan awarded by the Department of Energy. Following payments made in 2012 and earlier in 2013, the May 22 payment of $451.8 million repays the full loan amount with interest.

According to a DOE statement, this payment makes Telsa… Department of Energy, DOE Loan 9 Years Early, Telsa Motors, U.S. electric vehicle maker

Enphase Energy Supports Team USC in 2013 U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon install the Enphase Microinverter System on solar-powered fluxHome

Students of sustainable design and building to install the Enphase Microinverter System on solar-powered fluxHome
PETALUMA, Calif., Enphase Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: ENPH) announced today its support of Team USC in the 2013 U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon, a biennial competition powered… Department of Energy, Enphase Energy, fluxHome, install the Enphase Microinverter System, Solar Decathlon, Solar-Powered, Supports Team USC

Conn. Energy Rules Spark Clash With Green Groups Democratic administration and environmentalists

Energy policies in Connecticut that are designed to promote multiple, competing sources of energy in a bid to drive down energy costs have set the Democratic administration and environmentalists – a traditionally Democratic support bloc – at loggerheads, reports the Associated Press.
Gov…. Democratic administration, Department of Energy, Energy Rules Spark Clash, environment agency, Environmental Protection, environmentalists, Green Groups

Nuclear Energy Future: SMRs and Hook-Ons by advocates of Small Modular Reactors (SMR’s)

by Will Davis
This week’s announcement by Babcock & Wilcox that it had signed the long awaited funding agreement with the Department of Energy has been taken by advocates of Small Modular Reactors (SMR’s) as just the latest good news on the inevitable path to construction of at least one… Department of Energy, electric grid, Energy and Economy, Finance, Nuclear Energy Institute, Nuclear Power, Risk Management, small modular reactor (SMR), Tech

The Marriage of Solar Energy and Natural Gas Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Ladies and gentlemen, we are gathered here today to witness the union of two nobody ever thought would join.  By the powers vested in me, I give you: Solar Energy and Natural Gas.
The Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has developed a method of combining solar… Carbon and De-carbonization, concentrated solar, Department of Energy, Department of Energy (DOE), Energy, natural gas, natural gas plants, natural gas power plants, News, produce electricity, solar energy, Solar Power, Tech

Mushrooms: fight against climate change by Key to Safe and Natural Carbon Sequestration?

Mushrooms are one of the most powerful items in the Super Mario video game franchise, providing extra lives and making characters stronger. So wouldn’t it be great if real-life mushrooms could help the fight against climate change by boosting carbon sequestration?
Fortunately, there’s no… Carbon and De-carbonization, carbon capture and sequestration, Climate, climate change, CO2 Emissions, Coal, Department of Energy, Environment, Natural Carbon Sequestration, News

Oil market dips before US energy government’s latest weekly energy report.

LONDON – Global crude oil prices eased on Wednesday in cautious deals before the US government’s latest weekly energy report.
Brent North Sea crude for delivery in May dropped 47 cents to $110.22 a barrel nearing midday deals in London.
New York’s main contract, West Texas…

U.K. Renewable Power Grows 20 Percent on New Offshore Wind Farms Department of Energy and Climate Change

LONDON – U.K. renewable power generation surged 20 percent last year, boosted by new offshore wind farms, the Department of Energy and Climate Change said.

Power from waste, biomass, the wind, the sun and hydro plants rose to 41.1 terawatt-hours in 2012 from 34.4 terawatt- hours a year…

U.K. Clean Energy Rules to Add 36% to Company Power Bills biggest corporate consumers by as much as 36 percent by 2020,

LONDON – U.K. measures to curb carbon emissions may raise power and gas bills for the biggest corporate consumers by as much as 36 percent by 2020, the Department of Energy and Climate Change said.

Energy-intensive companies will see energy bills soar by as much as 5 million pounds…

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