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Nov 18

Legal fight over shuttered Falmouth turbines drags on

Legal fight over shuttered Falmouth turbines drags on By Christine Legere http://www.capecodtimes.com/news/20171117/legal-fight-over-shuttered-falmouth-turbines-drags-on Fog enshrouds one of Falmouth’s wind turbines located at the wastewater treatment plant in July. In the summer, a judge ruled that both of the town’s turbines should be shut down after deeming them a nuisance to neighbors, and town officials subsequently decided …

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Nov 08

Installation Begins in Cape Cod Canal for Tidal Turbine Test Site

  Installation Begins in Cape Cod Canal for Tidal Turbine Test Site November 8, 2017 https://www.capecod.com/newscenter/installation-begins-in-canal-for-tidal-turbine-test-site/ BUZZARDS BAY – A nonprofit dedicated to helping develop marine renewable energy technology is working this week to install a test site for small turbines in the Cape Cod Canal. The Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative is installing pilings and …

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Nov 03

Google’s Project Sunroof

https://www.google.com/get/sunroof    

Nov 03

How Solar Panels Work

Oct 31

Federal trade panel calls for restrictions on imported solar cells — which Trump could soon implement

  Federal trade panel calls for restrictions on imported solar cells — which Trump could soon implement   By Chris Mooney October 31, 2017 https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2017/10/31/federal-trade-panel-calls-for-protections-against-imported-solar-panels-which-trump-could-soon-implement/ In a closely watched trade case, the four commissioners of the U.S. International Trade Commission on Tuesday voiced their support for tariffs and other import restrictions to protect domestic solar companies …

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Oct 31

A bitter scientific debate just erupted over the future of America’s power grid

  A bitter scientific debate just erupted over the future of America’s power grid   By Chris Mooney June 19, 2017 https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2017/06/19/a-bitter-scientific-debate-just-erupted-over-the-future-of-the-u-s-electric-grid/   Scientists are engaged in an increasingly bitter and personal feud over how much power the United States can get from renewable sources, with a large group of researchers taking aim at a …

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Oct 17

An interactive map that shows how the US generates electricity

Click on the image below to access an interactive map that shows how the US generates electricity:

Oct 14

For Electric Car Owners, ‘Range Anxiety’ Gives Way to ‘Charging Time Trauma’

            For Electric Car Owners, ‘Range Anxiety’ Gives Way to ‘Charging Time Trauma’   By Eric Taub October 5, 2017 https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/05/automobiles/wheels/electric-cars-charging.html     An oft-cited reason people don’t buy electric cars is “range anxiety” — if batteries struggle to take you as far as gas and charging stations are limited …

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Oct 13

Orleans Makes Ice from Sun

  https://vimeo.com/238136363

Oct 12

NRDC’s Fifth Annual Energy Report: AMERICA’S CLEAN ENERGY REVOLUTION

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