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Wednesday, 29 May 2013 13:36

New Bedford looks to ‘Wind City’

May 28 -- City officials and business leaders of New Bedford came to the perfect place for inspiration last month, just before they broke ground on America’s first port terminal dedicated to the offshore wind industry. For all the lament in New Bedford about the city’s high unemployment rate, Bremerhaven, Germany, had it worse. Locals once said this was a city of no hope. >>View Article

February 12 -- The real reason Germany dominates in solar (and wind) is their commitment to democratizing energy, and half of their renewable power is owned by ordinary Germans. >>View Article

February 11th -- Germany doesn’t get an enormous amount of sunlight, relatively speaking. Its annual solar resources are roughly comparable to Alaska’s. Just about every single region in the continental United States has greater solar potential, on average, than Germany. Yet despite those limitations, Germany has still managed to be the world leader in solar power. >>View Article

November 26 -- From a block away, the house was hardly visible, hidden by a dense stand of native mesquite and palo verde trees and tall clumps of prickly pear cactus. Close up, you could see the concrete block structure, built a half century ago when acres of citrus groves were broken into parcels and replaced by homes. >>View Article 

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