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Green Energy News for 07-12-2012

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Ultrathin Layers of Platinum Could Help Make Hydrogen Cars Affordable View Articles
A fast and easy way to deposit platinum could reduce the amount of the precious metal needed for fuel cells.One potential use for the abundance of natural gas discovered in shale deposits across the United States—and potentially in other countries around the world—could be producing hydrogen for fuel-cell vehicles.
Fiscal cliff threatens wind industry`s boom View Articles
Wind turbines turn June 3, 2011, near Goldendale, Wash. The fate of new U.S. wind projects may depend partly on whether a federal tax credit, slated to expire at the end of December 2012, is extended.
News Summary: Middle East warms to solar energy View Articles
IN THE SHADOWS: With its vast deserts and long stretches of sunny days, the Middle East would seem to be an ideal place to harness solar energy.
Renewables investment may top 1bn View Articles
Investment in the renewable energy industry topped 900 million in the first half of this year, according to an industry body.
Groundbreaking green energy project for Winchester View Articles
PLANS for a district energy network for Winchester city connecting the prison, hospital, university and county council headquarters have taken a major step forward.
Alternative Energy Commission Talks Clean Energy with Gov. Beebe View Articles
Energy is an important part of Arkansas` economy, and the question being asked on Friday: does the Natural State have a future in clean energy? The Alternative Energy Commission was at the capitol on Thursday to discuss a report with Governor Mike Beebe.
Koch Brothers Fund Bogus Studies to Kill Renewable Energy View Articles
You can say one thing about the Koch brothers: They don`t let the facts get in their way. Of course I`m talking about Charles G. and David H. Koch, the billionaire owners of Koch Industries, the oil, coal and natural gas conglomerate that`s been dubbed the "kingpin of climate science denial."
Solar Power Moves Forward in Haiti, Creativity Flows View Articles
NRG Energy, Inc. has announced the completion of its "The Sun Lights the Way" project in the Boucan Carre region of Haiti. The program entailed the installation of solar electric systems at 20 schools, a fish farm and a drip irrigation system supporting agricultural production throughout Haiti`s Central Plateau region, through collaboration with th
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