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October 18 --  Almost three years to the day after he laid out plans to achieve energy security for his service, Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus on Oct. 17 doubled down on that promise. Mabus praised the progress the Navy has made and assured attendees at an industry conference that the goals he laid out in 2009 would be achieved within or ahead of the ambitious self-prescribed timeline. >>View Article

Friday, 05 October 2012 09:05

Military Leads In Clean Energy Deployment

October 5 -- From Air Force jets that run on biofuels to front-line Army bases that are powered by the sun, the military doesn't mess around with politics when it comes to clean energy – it’s about saving lives and protecting the national interests of the United States. >>View Article

Wednesday, 26 September 2012 11:09

Whisky Distillery Tries A Wee Dram Of Biofuel

September 25 -- A small Scottish whisky maker is aiming to turn its by-products into biofuel and become the world's first whisky distillery to fuel car and trucks in a move which could see Scotland's 100-plus distilleries feed a new 60-million-pound industry. >>View Article

Monday, 17 September 2012 12:49

Red States Equal Green Jobs

September 17 -- If you look at the growth of “green” jobs in the U.S., it’s hard to miss something interesting: Heavily Republican states are deeply involved in renewable energy development.That’s the observation from a report authored by Nancy Pfund and Michael Lazar of DBL Investors, a San Francisco-based venture capital firm. >>View Article

September 19 --  A California biofuels company is building a $60 million plant that will make wood pellets in central Georgia. Gov. Nathan Deal announced Tuesday that General Biofuels Georgia plans to begin production in 2014. >>View Article

September 5 -- U.S. energy giant Direct Energy is testing the consumer market for alternative energy in Texas, with the launch of a new 100 percent Texas wind powerbrand that it’s calling New Leaf Energy. The new venture will provide customers in Greater Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth, Corpus Christi and other areas with the option to get their electricity from certified renewable sources. >>View Article

September 10 -- The UAW today endorsed the Michigan Energy Michigan Jobs proposal because it will jump start Michigan manufacturing and rein in rising costs for consumers and businesses. “Michigan has the most skilled workers in the world, and Proposal 3 can create thousands of new manufacturing jobs that cannot be outsourced,” UAW President Bob King said. “Proposal 3 will help put our state’s manufacturing talent to work, will help to preserve a healthy environment for Michigan citizens while reining in rising energy costs for businesses. >>View Article

Wednesday, 12 September 2012 10:29

Ending Renewable Energy’s Villainy

September 12 -- The Republican and Democratic National Conventions mark the beginning of the end for the 2012 presidential campaign and – one hopes – the end of a regrettable chapter in American politics: a time when supporting real economic growth by encouraging American entrepreneurs became less important than throwing political punches. >>View Article

September 12 -- While the future of clean tech – particularly renewable energy – has devolved into a very partisan debate in Washington and on the presidential campaign trail, out in the real word it isn’t an issue, a new analysis says. >>View Article

September 14 -- RETECH is the American Council on Renewable Energy’s premier trade gathering of the all-renewable energy industry in the United States.The event offers an unparalleled opportunity to network with industry leaders and forward-thinking, focused organizations with a global view. This three-day technology conference and exhibition features a trade show and six tracks of top CEO-led business conference sessions by technology, as well as multiple business-to-business side events. >>View Article

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