Archive for November 15th, 2011

Lake Ontario offshore group formed

Lake Ontario offshore group formed
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Vestas wins 139MW First Wind deal

Vestas wins 139MW First Wind deal
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Vestas wins 139MW First Wind deal

Vestas wins 139MW First Wind deal
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Vestas wins 139MW First Wind deal

Vestas wins 139MW First Wind deal
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Vestas wins 139MW First Wind deal

Vestas wins 139MW First Wind deal
Filed under: Wind Energy News


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Vestas wins 139MW First Wind deal

Vestas wins 139MW First Wind deal
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Space-Based Solar Technology Feasible Within 30 Years
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Space-Based Solar Technology Feasible Within 30 Years
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Space-Based Solar Technology Feasible Within 30 Years
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Bats, Dolphins and Mole Rats Inspire New Ultrasound Technologies

These animals are superstars at echolocation, and learning how their brains work will lead to breakthroughs.
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Northeast Weather Disaster Closes Schools and Postpones Halloween
The disaster that was this weekend’s snow storm has wreaked havoc in the northeastern states of New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut. The damage was so widespread that it is being compared to the summer’s big storm, Hurricane Irene. While the October storm doesn’t get a name, it has left many people in the dark, just as the cold temperatures are settling in. Power outages and downed trees and wires throughout the area have caused many schools to be shut down. It has even caused the unthinkable in many towns: Halloween has been postponed.
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Why Did Mc Donald’s Shut Down in Bolivia? Film Explores the Country’s Fierce Local Food Culture (Interview)

Fast Food off the Shelf is a documentary that explores why Bolivia was the only country in Latin America why Mc Donald’s couldn’t make it and had to shut down.
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Synthetic Meat Is A Ridiculous Delusion Offering No Environmental Benefit

Researchers continue pursuing manufacture of synthetic meat without thinking through the market potential.
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Will Purists Drink Wine from a Cardboard Bottle?

A new paper wine bottle has 10 percent the carbon footprint of a glass, is the same price, and doesn’t break.
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