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Wind power loses match with cold, cold winter


February 5, 2010 by Tom Guay

Every new technology’s bound to stub a toe or two as the first generation equipment debuts. Take for example, the wind turbines that can’t turn in Minnesota’s cold winter blasts.

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What global warming & Groundhog Day sciences mean for winter


February 3, 2010 by Tom Guay

What happens when you mix myth and the empirical observations of Groundhog Day and global warming?

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1 in 10 homes can generate their own clean power


February 2, 2010 by Tom Guay

It won’t be all that long before 10% of the homes in Britain will be generating their own electric power.

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Clean energy companies clean up with $2 billion in R&D grants


January 13, 2010 by Tom Guay

The clean energy industry is off to a hot start this year with a lucrative set of tax credits to create those green jobs that President Obama likes to talk up.

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Clean energy companies clean up with $2 billion in R&D grants


January 13, 2010 by Tom Guay

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The clean energy industry is off to a hot start this year with a lucrative set of tax credits to create those green jobs that President Obama likes to talk up.

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Energy prices spike after Copenhagen’s no-deal ending


December 23, 2009 by Tom Guay

Watch for electricity prices to rise, not fall, because the Copenhagen climate change conference ended without a mandatory agreement to cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

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Green-approved gadgets for geeky friends, workpals or yourself


December 18, 2009 by Tom Guay

Still shopping for a nice gift for your geeky pals? Thinking green might shorten your shopping search.

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So green is sexy? To whom?


December 17, 2009 by Tom Guay

Capitalism, that unending drive to make a few more bucks, heats the blood of green business entrepreneurs. But what’s going to drive customers to all things green? Sex.

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How does town respond to company that cuts its power bill?


December 16, 2009 by Tom Guay

The owner of Nantucket’s restaurant in Fenwick Island, DE, didn’t want to wait around for his power company to go green. He did it on his own and is now pocketing major savings on his electricity bill.

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Who’s pushing a green agenda in Copenhagen? Business, that’s who


December 16, 2009 by Tom Guay

business-dealsBrace yourselves for the really big news coming out of the Copenhagen conference. It’ll be your corporate customers that force you to address climate change, not EPA or Congress.

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