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Noah Ginsberg

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Tuesday, 03 September 2013 14:25

A Bet On The Environment

September 3 -- Just after his sophomore year at Yale in 2002, Billy Parish stood before a rapidly retreating glacier in India that feeds the Ganges River, convinced that he had come face to face with climate change and that he had to do something about it. >>View Article

Tuesday, 03 September 2013 14:22

Solar Has Bright Future In Georgia

September 3 -- Despite an abundance of sunshine, Georgia lags behind other states in installing solar power. That’s poised to change, and as it does, solar is making new friends out of old rivals. >>View Article

August 30 -- Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn's tenure as president and CEO of the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) ended today, following his unanimous confirmation by the U.S. Senate as Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy, Installations and Environment before the August recess. >>View Article

August 30 -- The U.S. Energy Department proposed new efficiency standards that would cut expenses and emissions from commercial refrigerators and coolers, ending months of delay by the White House. >>View Article

Friday, 30 August 2013 15:32

Bio-fuels winning on the race track

August 30 -- Competing in the Prototype 1 Class in the 2013 American Le Mans Series, the Lola-Mazda-powered Dyson team car is putting a bio-isobutanol/gasoline blend to the test. And the renewable bio-fuel is coming up a winner. >>View Article

Tuesday, 03 September 2013 14:21

New Hope For Solar In Florida

September 3 -- Sometimes good ideas survive even when shortsighted leaders ignore them. News that a small cadre of solar power firms is figuring out ways to gain a foothold in Florida's energy market despite the political hostility is good for consumers, the environment and the state's future. It also should provide additional evidence for more thoughtful lawmakers to persuade Gov. Rick Scott and Republican legislative leaders to focus on the future of renewable energy. >>View Article

August 29 -- Most people find it tough to get excited about regulators. But President Obama’s nomination of Ron Binz to head the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is reason to sit up and take notice. View Article

August 29 -- Clean energy and clean transportation companies churned out some 38,600 new jobs in the second quarter of 2013, according to Environmental Entrepreneurs, a nonprofit that tracks cleantech. >>View Article

August 29 -- Renewable energy has gotten tantalizingly close to becoming competitive with conventional fossil fuels, and to help bridge the gap, more than 30 states have passed laws requiring energy companies to supply a minimum amount of power from green sources. But according to a new study, if renewable sources are built in the right places, they could compete against traditional power plants without subsidies, turning states like California, Wyoming, and New Mexico into green energy powerhouses. >>View Article

August 28 -- Companies and communities across the United States announced at least 58 clean energy and clean transportation projects in the second quarter of 2013 that could create as many as 38,600 jobs, according to a report released today by the nonprofit business group Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2). >>View Article

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