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Green Energy News for 03-11-2012

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Cambodia backs hydroelectric dam View Articles
Cambodia approves a controversial hydroelectric dam on a Mekong tributary that environmentalists say will be a disaster for local people.
Puerto Rico launches construction of Caribbean`s largest solar energy project View Articles
The $265 million project is being built in southern Puerto Rico and is expected to generate enough electricity to power more than 13,000 homes in the U.S. territory.
U.S. Solar Energy Jobs Increase by More Than 13% View Articles
WASHINGTON DC The Solar Energy Industries Association in early November highlighted initial findings from The Solar Foundation`s third annual National Solar Jobs Census showing that solar energy jobs have experienced strong growth in the U.S. over the past year, despite global economic challenges.
Mexico Aims for 12 GW of Wind Power by 2020 View Articles
Developers familiar with Mexico`s rapid installation of wind power projects are predicting that the country can ramp up from 1,000 MW of current capacity to as much as 12 GW by 2020. The prediction was made at 19th Annual Border Energy Forum, organized here last week by the Texas Land Office, by Pablo Gottfried Blackmore, a member of the directors council of the Asociación Mexicana de Energía Eólica, the country`s national wind trade group. Others at the forum, including Mannti Cummins, the wind energy director for American Shoreline Inc., also echoed bullish predictions for the country`s wind potential.
Christmas competition to make Taunton sparkle View Articles
Dawn and Jonathan Whitlock, who own the Acre Service renewable energy firm in Station Road, are among businesses who have donated money to the Make Taunton Sparkle campaign to fund festive lights in the town centre.
Letter: `Renewable energy is the way of the future if we want to be energy independent` View Articles
The panel at Monday`s forum on Proposal 3 sponsored by the Muskegon Area Sustainability Coalition represented both sides of the debate over the constitutional provision mandating 25 percent renewable energy in Michigan by 2025.
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