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By Jacob Cohen-Donnelly on Sep 15, 2009 with no responses

EPA Plans on Limiting Metal Discharges From Coal Plants

According to the EPA, they are putting together a new rule set that would reduce the amount of metal waste dumped into water supplies.

By Jacob Cohen-Donnelly on Sep 14, 2009 with no responses

Schwarzenegger to Veto Renewable Energy Portfolio

Governor Schwarzenegger set to veto the renewable energy portfolio because of doubt of its success. Instead, he will issue an executive order to reach the 33% quota by 2020.

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Clean Energy Will Create More Jobs Than Coal

A study suggests that by 2030, more jobs will be available in the energy field if governments make the switch to renewables. If they stick to coal, the number of jobs will drop by half a million.

By Jacob Cohen-Donnelly on Sep 13, 2009 with 3 responses

German Geothermal Plant Could be Cause for Earthquakes

Geox, a German energy company, is currently accused of causing earthquakes with their geothermal company.

By Jacob Cohen-Donnelly on Sep 11, 2009 with no responses

House Approves Funding for R&D on Wind Power and Hybrid Heavy-Duty Trucks

Two bill passed in the House of Representatives would provide funding for wind technology and heavy-duty truck technology.

By Jacob Cohen-Donnelly on Sep 9, 2009 with 1 response

Gas Prices Rise in California, But Drop Across US

Gas prices drop in the United States, but rise in California.

By Jacob Cohen-Donnelly on Sep 8, 2009 with 1 response

New Lexus LF-Ch May Meet Resistance in America

The Lexus LF-Ch is trying to find a way into the American market. The hybrid aspect may help.

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Energy Bill for Global Warming Causes War Between Coal and Natural Gas

Politicians are battling over whether to continue using coal as the primary energy provider or to give more power to natural gas.

By Jacob Cohen-Donnelly on Sep 4, 2009 with 6 responses

Renewable Energy Fight in California

California is currently battling with itself over how to achieve the 33% of energy provided by renewable energy bill that is going through the Assembly. The environmentalists, utilities, and consumers all want to ensure their agendas are being heard.