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Editorial urges quick deal on chromite mine

The World is weighing in on the chromite mine in an editorial that attempts to straddle both sides so much it would split the Wranglers on a rodeo stunt rider…

New details on stimulus package

Talking Points Memo has more but here are some tidbits on renewable energy, energy independence and sustainability. Yeah! Clean, Efficient, American Energy: To put people back to work today and…

President elect Obama to invest in infrastructure

President elect Obama to invest in infrastructure

Now we are talking real jobs. Jobs created by improving our crumbling infrastructure and investing in our schools and educating…

Micro-grids offer independence and profitability

Micro-grids offer independence and profitability

As a consequence of annoying intermittent electrical blackouts, the City of Stamford, Connecticut has contracted with an energy developer to…

Electrical grid not ready for renewable energy

Electrical grid not ready for renewable energy

Once again the evidence that centralized power production is a colossal dinosaur is overwhelming. The intermittent nature of renewable energy which is manageable at a microgrid distributed level is highly…

V-LIM hub affixed to the axle

V-LIM hub affixed to the axle

Just another pretty picture of the V-LIM turbine. The hub is now affixed to the axle and ready to start receiving the blades and rotor. Rogue River Wind, Ltd will…

FERC doesn’t show but LNG comments continued

Last night I attended the FERC hearing and many citizens pro and against LNG made it but FERC did not. Comments continued anyway with speakers allotted five minutes apiece. One…

LNG draft EIS stuck in ‘box’ thinking

Developing new technology is often like working your way through a minefield, belly down, creeping inch-by-inch, poking tentatively at every possible dent or protuberance and hoping you aren’t blown up…

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