Archive for April 21st, 2010

BACARDI HARNESSES WIND TO POWER WORLD’S LARGEST PREMIUM RUM DISTILLERY
Catano Puerto Rico – April 21, 2010 (Investorideas.com Mining stocks newswire) – The world’s favorite premium rum – BACARDI – now has the power of wind behind it.


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China’s 1st System of a Giant 10GW Marine Energy Project

China is clearly taking a lead on solar and wind energy. However, in the smaller but growing field of marine energy, it has been somewhat invisible. That is changing now.

Israeli marine renewables firm SDE Energy has announced that it will be completing construction of a 1MW marine power plant in China by the end of April. But there is much more in the pipeline.

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IBM and Columbia University Team Up in Green Jobs Initiative

IBM and Columbia University launch new green jobs drive called The Smarter Cities Skills InitiativeIBM and Columbia University are set to groom the next generation of workers in the emerging green economy through an initiative called the “Smarter Cities Skills Initiative.”  The two innovation powerhouses have joined forces to engage students in becoming part of a global movement that is transforming aging urban infrastructure into a more energy efficient, sustainable mode of operation.

The initiative kicks off on Earth Day with a free public forum at Columbia called Smarter Students for a Smarter Planet, which brings 150 other schools around the globe to the table through a webcast.  The focus will be on combining IBM’s technology resources and Columbia’s academic programs including business, law and engineering, to prepare students to enter a job market with growing opportunities in creating more sustainable buildings, electricity grids, and transportation.

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IBM and Columbia University Team Up in Green Jobs Initiative

IBM and Columbia University launch new green jobs drive called The Smarter Cities Skills InitiativeIBM and Columbia University are set to groom the next generation of workers in the emerging green economy through an initiative called the “Smarter Cities Skills Initiative.”  The two innovation powerhouses have joined forces to engage students in becoming part of a global movement that is transforming aging urban infrastructure into a more energy efficient, sustainable mode of operation.

The initiative kicks off on Earth Day with a free public forum at Columbia called Smarter Students for a Smarter Planet, which brings 150 other schools around the globe to the table through a webcast.  The focus will be on combining IBM’s technology resources and Columbia’s academic programs including business, law and engineering, to prepare students to enter a job market with growing opportunities in creating more sustainable buildings, electricity grids, and transportation.

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DOE and EPA Announce Changes to Bolster the Energy Star Program
DOE and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
have announced changes to the certification process for
Energy Star products. Manufacturers must now submit
complete lab reports to the EPA for its review and approval.


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DOE Issues Guidance for Reducing Petroleum Use in Federal Fleets
DOE has released its Federal Fleet Management Guidance,
the first comprehensive directive that aims to help federal
agencies achieve a 30% reduction in federal petroleum
consumption by 2020.


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DOE Marks Earth Day with New Online Resources for Clean Energy
DOE is celebrating the 40th anniversary of Earth Day with
special Web pages featuring information on how to save
energy and use renewable energy. Among the features are
animations about U.S. energy sources and ways to use clean
energy in your home and your community.


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The Arithmetic of Solar Royalty Trusts

The Arithmetic of Solar Royalty Trusts

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Bill Paul, "The Indiana Jones of Alternative Energy," Whips 2GreenEnergy Investors Towards Greater Profits as Senior Investment Adviser
Bill Paul, former Wall Street Journal energy and environment reporter, is now the Senior Investment Adviser for 2GreenEnergy. His unique approach to energy investing stems from a lifetime of digging in places near and far – from Middle Eastern oilfields to Midwest U.S. landfills – in the manner of Indiana Jones unearthing clues of epic treasures. Be sure to download Bill’s free report, “Five Rules for Effective Alternative Energy Investing” below.
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POET announces plans for 3.5 billion gallons of cellulosic ethanol in 2022
POET plans to have a hand in producing 3.5 billion gallons of cellulosic ethanol per year by 2022, POET CEO Jeff Broin said today at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
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SOLAR SERDAR – PREVENT WATER DAMAGING BUILDINGS

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Selset Small Hydropower Project Construction Begins
Construction has begun on the Selset small hydroelectric project in England’s Tees Valley, developers announced.
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Free Webcast: Sustainability in Everyday Life Part 2: Personal Change and Change in Others
The second of two Earthcasts to address sustainable practices in everyday life.
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EARTH DAY 2010: GEOTHERMAL RESOURCE GUIDE
On Earth Day 2010, increase your appreciation and awareness of the Earth’s ability to produce clean, baseload renewable power. The following will help you understand more about this the industry dedicated to improving the world environment through geothermal development.
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