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      Sunday, January 1, 2012

      • Featured: Trends
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        World Clock: Energy and Other Statistics - In addition to Global Energy statistics by type, this widget shows crime and punishment, food production and animal slaughter, debt, world population, death causes, illness and injury by type, environment and natural resources. (FreeEnergyNews/Poodwaddle; January 1, 2012)

      Saturday, December 31, 2011

      • Best Exotic FE: Nuclear > Cold Fusion
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        Cold fusion competition heats up as a rival to Andrea Rossi emerges - Now the E-Cat has rivals in the cold fusion business. Is this evidence that the technology is real and can be replicated? Or just that someone else wants a piece of a possible scam of the decade? (Wired; December 31, 2011)

      Friday, December 30, 2011

      • Solar / Trends > Zeitgeist
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        U.S. Solar Energy in 2011 - Rhone Resch of the Solar Energy Industries Association writes: "In contrast to some of the recent headlines, the solar energy industry is a strong, thriving industry in the United States that is creating jobs and lowering costs for the consumer. In 2011, a number of myths about the solar energy industry circulated nationally. LetÂ’s set the record straight." (CleanTechnica; December 30, 2011)
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        Top 10 U.S. Wind Energy Stories of 2011 - In a year-end report, the American Wind Energy Association says: "Wind power hits 20 percent overall in two states. It contributes a record 50 percent for a period of time in another. And the turbines that pump out all those electrons? Their cost has dropped 33 percent." (CleanTechnica; December 29, 2011)

       

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