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Scotland’s clean energy challenge to the world

Posted by admin on August 29, 2012 in Clean Energy with No Comments

The Saltire Prize was created to accelerate the commercial development of wave and tidal energy technology in Scotland.

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Clean Energy Global Energy Reserve

Posted by admin on August 5, 2012 in Clean Energy with No Comments

Global Energy Reserve The GER
1, What is the GER: It’s a platform which holds clean and renewable energy generation technology these technologies give the GER the unique ability to hold it’s reserves in the form of KWH’s.
2, How does it work: It works by both governments and corporations signing our power purchase agreements.
3, Through the generation of the GER’s underlying clean and Renewable Energy technology governments and corporations around the world play a positive part in job creation

The GER comprises of government and corporations which have become GER Power Purchase agreement holders
non PPA holders have the ability to become holders by contacting us today!

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Clean Nation – Renewable Energy Opportunity

Posted by admin on July 31, 2012 in Clean Energy with 1 Comment

Become a partner of Renewable Clean Energy and reduce our dependence on foreign oil while creating a recurring monthly income for you and your family.

This amazing NEW Nation Wide opportunity officially kicks off August 2012. Send your email to CleanNation@charter.net for information on how you can take advantage of this financial opportunity while having a positive impact on our nation and environment.

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China’s solar frontier

Posted by admin on July 15, 2012 in Renewable Energy with 1 Comment

China’s far western province of Xinjiang is at the forefront of the nation’s newest energy push: Renewable Energy, and particularly solar power. Leslie Hook visits a remote desert village that draws all its power from an off grid solar project.

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George Shultz ‘Walks The Talk’ On Clean Energy

Posted by admin on July 15, 2012 in Clean Energy with 7 Comments

For George Shultz, former U.S. secretary of state, Clean Energy is more than a policy issue. It’s personal. That’s one reason he drives an all-electric Nissan Leaf powered by solar panels on his home rooftop. “You’ve got to walk the talk,” says Shultz, who leads the Shultz-Stephenson Task Force on Energy Policy at Stanford’s Hoover Institution. He is particularly concerned about the impact of Global Warming on the lives of his great-grandchildren. “I’ve got to do what I can to see that they have a decent world,” he says.

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Europe Commits to Renewable Energy

Posted by admin on July 9, 2012 in Renewable Energy with 13 Comments

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Stability and growth of the renewable energy market in Europe were on the agenda at an energy conference in Brussels. European policymakers joined forces with other major stakeholders to chart the way forward for energy policy in the EU.

European Union policymakers join forces with business leaders and representatives of civil society at an energy conference in Brussels to chart the way forward for energy policy in the EU.

Friday’s conference, called “Stability and Growth: Towards a Renewable European Energy Market” focused on tackling two major energy issues facing the EU.

One is how to ensure that the energy targets for the year 2020 are met in the current economic climate in Europe. The second is to draft targets for the year 2030.

[Günther Oettinger, EU Commissioner for Energy]:
“So, are we on the right track to achieve our 2020 renewables target and to continue bringing about the large volume of renewables that the Roadmap says is necessary?”

One of the 2020 targets is that 20-percent of all energy in Europe should come from renewable sources, including solar power, wind and biomass among others.

The push to de-carbonize the energy sector and the problem of growing dependency on fossil fuel imports were issues highlighted at the conference.

The European Union now sends 300 billion euros overseas every year to import fossil fuel—money that could be kept in Europe if renewable energy sources could be effectively developed.

From a political perspective, dependence on foreign fossil fuels brings about instability and political dependence: on Russia for gas or Iran and Arab countries for oil.

Some imports of fossil fuels also help prop up non-democratic regimes with a history of human rights violations—another reason to do something about changing the status quo.

From an environmental perspective, renewable energy is considered “clean” energy.

However, development of Renewable Energy system requires considerable investment and innovation.

And the conference highlighted a need for more involvement in these areas.

[Anni Podimata, Vice-President, European Parliament]:
“Firstly, energy infrastructure investments are crucial for the integration of the internal energy market, even though the majority of the required investments will come from the private sector, we should ensure that the public funding is available – when it is mostly needed, especially in the current era of crisis.”

The EU’s renewable energy policy started in 1997. European industry now leads in the development of global renewable energy technology and employs one-and-a-half million people.

Some countries such as Austria, Finland and Latvia, obtain one-third of their energy from renewable sources. Sweden—as much as half.

NTD News, Brussels, Belgium

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Dr. Stephen Smith on WATE – Clean Air and Utility MACT Rule

Posted by admin on June 22, 2012 in Clean Energy with No Comments

On June 15, 2012 our Executive Director Dr. Stephen A. Smith was interviewed by WATE Channel 6 News alongside Senator Lamar Alexander. Discussion centers on clean air, the EPA’s current Utility MACT Rule and Senator Alexander’s support of the issue.

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Paul Hellyer: UFO Disclosure For Clean Energy

Posted by admin on June 13, 2012 in Clean Energy with 23 Comments

The former Canadian Minister of Defense spells out the reasons why ET disclosure needs to happen now and how it can boost the Clean Energy economy .

Name: The Honorable Paul Hellyer
Title: Former Canadian Minister of Defense and International Banker
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Paul sits down with us at the International UFO Congress to discuss his latest book, “Light at the End of the Tunnel,” and to fill us in with his perspective on some historical UFO events.


“I’d say the most urgent problem in the world is the environment. We’re wrecking the planet. We’re doing it at a very fast pace. We’re going to have to stop wrecking it and that means huge changes.”

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Governments vs. Markets: Julian Morris on Environmental Protection

Posted by admin on May 29, 2012 in Environment Protection with 25 Comments

Which does a better job of protecting the environment: governments or markets?

Reason Foundation’s Vice President of Research Julian Morris spoke at Reason Foundation’s annual Reason Weekend and challenged the idea that regulations and energy subsidies will save us from environmental disasters. In fact, they help cause them.

When people are driven by profits and protected by property rights, Morris argues, environmentally friendly products will develop naturally.

Morris is the author of dozens of scholarly articles on issues ranging from the morality of free trade to the relationship between institutions, economic development and environmental protection.

Approximately 28 minutes.

Filmed by Alex Manning and Paul Detrick; Editded by Joshua Swain

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Why Congress Needs to Renew Clean Energy Subsidies

Posted by admin on May 29, 2012 in Clean Energy with 5 Comments

President Obama is slated to visit TPI Composites on Thursday, a wind turbine blade manufacturer in Newton, Iowa, where he will urge Congress to extend two key Renewable Energy tax credits — the Production Tax Credit for wind and a Clean Energy manufacturing credit.

Wind energy provides thousands of jobs in Iowa, like this one of a turbine maintenance worker in Franklin County (LINK: http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2011/12/wind_energy_heartland.html). The Center for American Progress travelled to Iowa to talk to experts and officials about how uncertain federal policy is hurting the wind industry.

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