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Mill Valley, a city just north of San Francisco is in step with communities throughout California. It has undertaken an energy upgrade that spells savings in energy and money. The Marin County city of just under 13,000 has switched to a more energy efficient heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system and replaced light bulbs […]

Jan 16 2012 | Posted in Lower Your Energy Bills | Read More » greenhouse gas emission

WASHINGTON – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is issuing the final series of actions that will ensure that the largest industrial facilities can get Clean Air Act permits that cover greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions beginning in January 2011. These actions are part of EPA’s common sense approach to GHG permitting outlined in the spring 2010 […]

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Siemens CEO Peter Löscher: “We’re on the threshold of a new electric age” For the 15th time, Siemens – together with Friedrich Alexander University (FAU) in Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany – is hosting a special technology conference, the Erlanger Technikgespräch, in the Siemens medicare building in Erlangen, Germany. Climate change, diminishing natural resources, increasing urbanization, rising prosperity […]

Dec 17 2010 | Posted in Germany,Solar Research | Read More » greenhouse gas emission

Southern Nevada’s First Non-Solar Renewable Energy Project Completed  Ormat Technologies, Inc. and Kern River Gas Transmission Company today dedicated southern Nevada’s first non-solar renewable energy project, the Goodsprings Energy Recovery Station. Located 35 miles south of Las Vegas, the Goodsprings Energy Recovery Station is the first renewable energy project owned by NV Energy. The project […]

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Government officials from across the nation meet to vote on 30% increase in efficiency for residential and commercial buildings. CHARLOTTE—Next week beginning October 25th, the International Code Council (ICC) will hold its tri-annual meeting to vote on proposals that will affect the energy efficiency of homes, businesses, schools and churches across America. Buildings are one […]

Oct 24 2010 | Posted in Lower Your Energy Bills,U.S. | Read More »

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