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To plan for Solar Power Gen 2013 in San Diego, CA. It will be held 13-15 February, 2013. And I’m not talking only about registering to attend. Abstracts for papers can be submitted here until June 22, 2012.

According to this AP via Yahoo News story, $1 billion ghost town is planned for a 15-square mile area in Lea County, near Hobbs, New Mexico. The goal is to provide a safe location for research projects for next-generation applications. Sam Cobb, Hobbs Mayor, said the research facility will look just like an empty city […]

Take a few minutes today a view slide show of Earth Day 2012 celebrations around the globe from TwinCities.com. Note the comments below each image. Some images are predictable, given the topic. Other images are far from expected, like those of a boy attempting to raise ecological awareness by taking an intentional swim in a […]

Check out our latest renewable energy initiative – a Transportable Solar Thermal System! And if you have a passion for smart, integrated renewable energy solutions for customized applications, do what the Indiegogo site says, and fund your passion!    

Well, not exactly. I know it was installed in 2010, and I know it’s really a JF Electric commercial, but it’s still cool to watch the installation of solar panels and inverters in this time-lapse video … [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4bu5eUwH8k&feature=channel]

How about choosing a fuel made from bio-gas instead of crude oil? Rosemary Ostfeld, contributor to Green Patent Blog, published a story today that describes a process invented by Primus Green Energy of Hillsborough, New Jersey that converts biomass into 93-octane fuel. The company currently produces several kilograms of  gasoline per hour at a pilot […]

CleanTechnica.com’s “Blue Creek Wind Farm Completed” story today says that Iberdrola has finished construction on this massive renewable energy project in Ohio. How massive? Iberdrola’s Blue Creek Wind Farm fact sheet lists the advertised wind energy capacity as 350 megawatts (MW) generated from 175 2.0 MW wind turbines. The CleanTechnica article states the actual capacity […]

According to today’s story posted on TheHill.com, President Obama’s Fiscal Year 2013 budget sent to US Congress today could contain his response to growing Republican attacks on the lack of green in this administration’s agenda. Resources for US renewable energy and energy efficiency initiatives are increased by almost a third over current levels. The package […]

Here are some renewable energy conferences and expositions on tap for Winter, Spring, and Summer 2012: Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo, North America, 14 – 16 February 2012, Long Beach, CA, USA Solar Power Australia 2012, 28 February – 01 March 2012, Chifley on Lennons, Brisbane, QLD Building Energy 2012, 6 – 8 March […]

The U.S. University of Maine’s Director of Advanced Structures and Composite Center, Dr. Habib Dagher, was interviewed on the most recent podcast of NPR’s Science Friday program. He talked about playing with models. Dr. Dagher leads the Deep Sea Wind Consortium, with goals of establishing 100 wind turbines, each as tall as the Washington Monument, […]

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