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AUG 27, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Water heater project helps W.Va. church go solar

A community-funded project involving water heaters will pay the $55,000 cost of a 60-panel solar energy system installed on the roof of Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church. About 100 Shepherdstown area residents and businesses have agreed to have demand-response controllers installed on their electric water heaters, media outlets reported. The controllers are managed by Maryland-based Mosaic Power., which will sell electricity saved ...

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AUG 27, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Large solar project to be built at Camp Ripley

(AP) — The Minnesota National Guard and Minnesota Power are joining forces to build a major solar energy project at Camp Ripley. The solar farm and backup generation will be designed to allow Camp Ripley to use the energy produced by the project in emergencies when the electric grid is down.

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AUG 25, 2014 - Forbes

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Geothermal Power Steaming Over Wind And Solar Energies

All the talk about the government subsidies given to the various energy forms has one fuel source steaming: geothermal power, which ranks fourth among all renewable energies in terms of total capacity -- after wind, solar and hydro. Geothermal stands in the shadows of the higher profile green energies, both literally [...]

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AUG 20, 2014 - Washington Times

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ISTOOK: Ivanpah solar energy project a glaring danger to airplane passengers

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Thanks to a $1.6 billion green energy loan from the feds, pilots are being blinded by glare as they fly over the Mojave Desert. It's a safety hazard that affects over 40 million airplane passengers a year. The culprit is the Ivanpah solar energy project, with more than 300,000 ...

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AUG 20, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Retired general to discuss clean energy in Raleigh

Examples of the link between the military and energy innovation in North Carolina include the military's largest thermal neighborhood at Camp Lejeune with solar hot water systems in almost 3,000 off-base homes.

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