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Green Energy News for 03-01-2012

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Why Alternative Energy View Articles
Sometimes, I must admit, it is difficult to convince myself of the scientific basis for global warming and alternative energy.
Vermont wary of Rutland County wind project View Articles
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources is wary of plans for a large wind power project that would be based around Grandpa`s Knob in Castleton, the site of the nation`s first large scale wind-power project .
Double whammy from green taxes: One in three households could face... View Articles
One in three households will face fuel poverty if Government does not back a new era of nuclear power, says leading expert Tim Knox, described the current policy of adding hefty green taxes to bills to fund a move to wind energy as `incoherent` A leading energy analyst has predicted that one in three households will face fuel poverty if the ... (more)
LDK Solar Enters German Market View Articles
Employees polish a solar panel in Freiberg, Germany. German panel makers are struggling as demand is falling and competition from Asia is rising.
Deadline Extended to January 5th — Submit Your Nomination for the 2012 Excellence in Renewable Energy Awards! View Articles
Tennessee Valley Authority Dedicates 43 kW Solar Funded by Voluntary Program View Articles
Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) dedicated two solar sites located in Huntsville, Alabama and Dyer, Tennessee, which began generating solar power in early December. The solar projects include a 23 kilowatt (kW) installation at the Huntsville Botanical Garden, and a 19.7 kilowatt (kW) installation at Gibson County High School, located in Dyer.
Green House Data Doubles its Green Power Purchasing View Articles
Green House Data increased its purchase of renewable energy by 100 percent in 2011. This increase expands the company`s annual green power purchasing to 1.8 million kilowatt-hours (kWh). In 2011, the company was recognized to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Green Power Leadership Club, which recognizes organizations that have significantly exceeded the EPA Green Power Partnership`s minimum green power purchasing requirements.
San Francisco (CA) PUC Approves Green Power Program View Articles
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) approved the CleanPowerSF community choice program, which is expected to begin as early as July 2012. Community choice aggregation is a state policy that enables local governments to aggregate electricity demand within their jurisdictions in order to procure alternative energy supplies while maintaining the existing electricity provider for transmission and distribution services.
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