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These Extreme Forms Of Life Make Scientists Think...
... as it seemed, another microbiologist made a similar discovery. Derek Lovley, then a project chief at the U.S. Geological Survey, found an electron-moving bacterium, Geobacter, living...
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Company Pins Solar Plant Fate on Congress
Company Pins Solar Plant Fate on Congress The potential reality of the Palen solar plant depends on whether lawmakers will extend or alter the investment tax credit. The troubled proposal, which...
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BEYOND BAKERSFIELD: News from around Central Cali...
... will feature four charging stations underneath a canopy measuring 26 by 45 feet covered with solar panels. These serve to offset the energy usage of the station. Another station is planned to...
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Air Force Base believed to be the second-largest of its kind in the world. Abengoa's $1.6 billion
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opened late last year using parabolic mirrors to focus sunlight on a...
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California PUC Chief Departs, But Bad Decisions L...
... lousy Peevey decisions also live on. There’s the state’s big emphasis on solar thermal energy rather than rooftop solar, which assures not only high costs for gigantic,...
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News 2014 Year-In-Review: Aerospace
Compliant Trailing Edge Flight Tests A milestone for the Adaptive Compliant Trailing Edge (ACTE) project at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center occurred in mid-February with the delivery of two...
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$10 million center added to Ash Meadows oasis
Refuge in Death Valley will see more than endangered species and an oasis in the middle of the Mojave Desert, beginning today. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced that the 23,000...
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News 2014 Year In Review: General Aviation
... the specter of congress creating legislation on the issue, the FAA is beginning a rulemaking project that will consider whether to allow private pilots, in certain instances, to substitute a...
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What next for the future tech of 2014?
Philae could not stick its first landing, bouncing into a darker corner of the comet where its solar panels would not receive enough sunlight to charge the lander's batteries. After two days and...
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What You Should Know: The 7 Notable Solar Power P...
The rooftop solar market has gotten a lot of attention this year because of its projected growth in the residential segment and the intensifying competition among installers. But what’s also...
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2014 in Review: The year's top stories
... conditional green light to Enbridge Inc.'s controversial $6.5-billion Northern Gateway pipeline project between the Alberta oilsands and the B.C. coast. The decision was contingent on Enbridge...
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These Eco-Friendly Artists Are Dreaming Of A Plas...
... Iceland’s largest glacier, Vatnajökull. Exhibited in a refrigerated gallery space powered by solar panels, the ice "sculptures" represented 800 years of Earthly existence, putting human's...
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