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Ottawa Solar Power Installs FIT Compliant Solar Energy System at Drouin Farms


One of first FIT projects installed in Ontario with Conergy’s FIT Compliant Conergy ON modules Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) October 06, 2011 Drouin Farms, a large family run egg producer who has made the commitment to move to organic farming, is … Continue reading

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Andasol Now Europe’s Biggest Solar Plant


As reported at EarthTechling by Lauren Craig, October 18th, 2011, the largest solar power plant in Europe is officially up and running. The 50-megawatt (MW) Andasol 3 parabolic trough plant, together with the Andasol 1 and 2 plants, creates a … Continue reading

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U.S. Solar Jobs Census Finds Solar Employment Soars As U.S. Economy Lags


Solar Jobs Growing Nearly 10 Times Faster Than Employment as a Whole The Solar Foundation Press Release, October 17, 2011: DALLAS – The Solar Foundation, a nonprofit solar education and research organization, today released its second annual review of the … Continue reading

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Globe and Mail Censorship of Online Commentary


The Globe and Mail newspaper published an article titled “Ontario’s solar industry seeks its place in the sun” on the evening of Sunday, October 16 2011. Between 12:58 PM and 1:22 AM I posted a series of relevant comments, in … Continue reading

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Fracking the Future


Unconventional gas drilling is emerging as one of the most controversial energy & environmental issues in the United States and around the world today. Advancements in extraction technologies, particularly horizontal drilling and high volume hydraulic fracturing (fracking), have enabled drillers … Continue reading

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The Energy Report


Two years in preparation, The Energy Report presents a provocative scenario, set in 2050, of a world run entirely on renewable energy. By 2050, we could get all the energy we need from renewable sources. This will solve most of … Continue reading

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Debate Continues on Smart Grid Benefits versus Massive Costs


Deployment to consumers‘ homes could cost between $338 billion and $476 billion over the next 20 years, but will deliver $1.3 trillion to $2 trillion in benefits over that period Deployment of smart grid technology from U.S. utility control centers … Continue reading

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