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U.S. EPA Maintains Renewable Fuels Standard

November 16 -- U.S. EPA today announced that the agency has not found evidence to support a finding of severe “economic harm” that would warrant granting a waiver of the renewable fuels standard (RFS). The decision is based on economic analyses and modeling done in conjunction with the USDA and U.S. DOE. >>View Article 

Parks Powered By Clean Energy

November 16 --  “St. Petersburg will use a $2.4 million federal grant to install solar panels at 18 of the city's parks and recreational sites," officials said Tuesday.The project, called Sunlit City Parks, will not only save the city energy costs but also serve as an education program about solar energy. >>View Article >>View Article

California Schools Are Going Solar

November 16 -- California's schools are leading the way to the state's solar future, generating electrical power while saving on costs and helping educate their students about the importance of renewables. That's according to a report released today by Environment California. >>View Article 

 

Poll: Renewable Energy Helped Swing US Election

November 15 -- A poll conducted by the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) found that voters in the swing states of Ohio, Iowa, Colorado and Virginia – all of which helped determine the election outcome – considered renewable energy to be an election issue as important as foreign policy and more so than abortion. >>View Article 

Algae-Based Fuel On Sale In Bay Area

November 14 -- Big oil took a small but significant hit Tuesday when Bay Area motorists began filling up their gas tanks with algae, becoming the first private citizens in the world to use a domestically grown product that could revolutionize the fuel industry. The first alternative fuel made from algae went on sale at four Bay Area gas stations in what advocates insist is the first wave in a tide of clean fuel that will hit the marketplace. >>View Article 

Tesla Triumphs: Electric Car Bests The Rest

November 14 -- Since America’s love affair with cars really got rolling after World War II, nothing but a gasoline-burning internal combustion engine would do. Until now.  The gearheads at Motor Trend have named the Tesla Model S the car of the year for 2013—the first time an all-electric vehicle has ever won the honor. “The turning point will be when electric cars become the best product, and that’s the key for mass adoption,” argued Tesla founder Elon Musk at an event to announce the award November 12. The Model S “is just the best car.” >>View Article 

Renewable Energy Was Critical In Swing-State Voters' Choice For President, Poll Finds

November 14 -- New polls released by the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) and the Advanced Energy Economy Ohio Institute show that voters in Colorado, Iowa, Ohio and Virginia - all states that were critical in deciding the outcome of the presidential election - support renewable energy. Notably, these states - especially Colorado and Iowa - are home to an established wind energy supply chain. >>View Article 

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