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Iowa Voters Want Congressional Action on Renewable Energy

PHOTO: Iowa accounts for a quarter of the nation’s annual ethanol fuel production, and a new poll demonstrates voters on both sides of the aisle support the use of cleaner fuels and renewable energy. Photo credit: Jeff Easter/Flickr. November 25, … Continue reading

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Electrical co-ops want affordable renewable energy

Recently, eight people served by electric cooperatives in Montana issued a joint letter — published online by this newspaper — urging electric cooperatives’ support for actions by the Environmental Protection Agency to reduce carbon emissions. Among these eight individuals was … Continue reading

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Renewable energy proposal helps only existing hydro companies, say analysts

A “compromise” renewable energy policy being promoted by crossbench senators would result in windfall gains worth hundreds of millions of dollars a year for existing hydro-electric companies while stifling any new investment in renewables such as wind farms, according to … Continue reading

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Choose renewable energy

Action is needed now to address the crisis of global warming. We don’t have time to wait for a white knight to rescue our damsel in distress. It will take all of us to make this happen. Our grandchildren need … Continue reading

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Choose renewable energy

Action is needed now to address the crisis of global warming. We don’t have time to wait for a white knight to rescue our damsel in distress. It will take all of us to make this happen. Our grandchildren need … Continue reading

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Mozambique seeks help for country’s renewable energy

World Bulletin/News Desk Deputy Energy Minister of Mozambique urged for international cooperation in the renewable energy sector in his country, in his opening speech at the seventh International Energy Congress and Fair in Ankara Monday. Deputy Energy Minister Jaime Himende said that “Mozambique has great hydroelectricity … Continue reading

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Mozambique seeks help for country’s renewable energy

World Bulletin/News Desk Deputy Energy Minister of Mozambique urged for international cooperation in the renewable energy sector in his country, in his opening speech at the seventh International Energy Congress and Fair in Ankara Monday. Deputy Energy Minister Jaime Himende said that “Mozambique has great hydroelectricity … Continue reading

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KSA aims to become leading renewable energy market

Saudi Arabia may be the biggest oil exporter but moves are afoot for it to also become the world’s foremost market for renewable energy, according to industry sources.The Kingdom has earmarked $109 billion investment budget to achieve this goal, they … Continue reading

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KSA aims to become leading renewable energy market

Saudi Arabia may be the biggest oil exporter but moves are afoot for it to also become the world’s foremost market for renewable energy, according to industry sources.The Kingdom has earmarked $109 billion investment budget to achieve this goal, they … Continue reading

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Solar News: SunEdison Betting Billions on the Future of Renewable Energy

In the past six months, no company has moved more aggressively to expand in the renewable-energy industry than SunEdison (NYSE: SUNE  ) . The latest move was a $2.4 billion purchase of First Wind, one of the largest wind project developers … Continue reading

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